An Alaska motor vehicle power of attorney (Form 847) provides a legal framework for individuals to delegate authority regarding specific vehicle-related matters. Through this form, a vehicle owner, referred to as the principal, can authorize another person, the agent or attorney-in-fact, to handle tasks such as vehicle registration and titling on their behalf.
To use the document effectively, the principal must complete the required fields accurately, detailing the specific powers granted to the agent. The form requires the principal’s signature and notarization to ensure its validity and must be presented in original at the Alaska Division of Motor Vehicles.
Signing Requirements: Principal.
Notarization & Witnesses: Notary public (§ 13.26.600).