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can a power of attorney grant power of attorney to another

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can a power of attorney grant power of attorney to another person by him or herself?
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No, an attorney in fact (the person given a POA) can only resign. They can not assign their power or appoint a successor (unless such power is granted in the terms of the POA).
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