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Actually, this is a half-truth. If you have a POA, then you can sign for her
, assuming that this is was the Power of Attorney
allows you to do. So if you sign your name, you may be liable. However, you may simply sign her
name and put (with permission) next to it and attach a copy of the POA. This would have her liable, but not you, since you are acting solely as her agent. An agent does not take on the liability of whom they represent.
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