I would like to download a Power of Attorney form and an Enduring Power of Attorney form.
I have tried this site and received a message that the card no. I gave was incorrect.
I checked, and the details given were correct.
I re- submit the details now
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The forms for doing this can be purchased online from the Auckland District Law Society, and they have a website at http://www.adls.org.nz/default.aspx. For this power of attorney to be effective, it has to be witnessed by a lawyer for the person giving the power of attorney, and the person to be appointed, who must be a separate lawyer. I appreciate you may be trying to save money by completing the forms yourself, but they will not be valid unless both parties are separately represented.
You have to buy the forms-you cannot get them for free. So I suggest if you are having trouble with the website that you ring them up. I realise you trying to do this yourself but I really think you should ask a lawyer.
You could also try this site http://www.legislation.govt.nz/regulation/public/2008/0310/latest/DLM1597901.html?search=ts_act%40bill%40regulation%40deemedreg_protection*_resel_21_a&p=2
What more did you want?
Try downloading the ones from the other link. You should understand there are very few legal forms available for sale or download in New Zealand. Most lawyers regard their forms as their own intellectual property and will not share the forms without doing the work also.
And from the website for the ADLS Hard copy pre-printed forms To purchase hard copy pre-printed forms, click on a link below: Land Transfer Forms Mortgage Forms Lease (cross-lease) Forms Property Forms Commercial Forms PPSA Forms Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act 2003 Forms To place an order for hard copy forms, email XXXXX@XXXX.XXX.XX, phone 09 XXX XXXX , or fax 09 XXX XXXX.
But the enduring POA may only be available as a web form, and to buy this you need their software
But I still think you should get a lawyer because they will need to witness the forms anyway
These forms need to be explained and its not worth doing it without the knowledge of how they work and how to witness and sign. there is a useful pamphlet at http://www.lawsociety.org.nz/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/3105/48354_Powers_of_Attorney_September.pdf
Look at the pamplet so you can be prepared and provide what the lawyer will need
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