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From the facts you've described, you have a "limited" power of attorney.
That means that your power only extends to the powers listed in the power of attorney document.
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What I want to know is is it legal for me to sign his name instead of mine when I am acting as his agent
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If it involves a financial transaction that's described in the power of attorney document itself, yes.
If it is about a matter that's not described in the power of attorney document, no.
Power of attorney documents are very specific. It's not a one-size-fits-all document.
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That's why it's so important for you to read the actual power of attorney document that you are acting on behalf of.
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