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I am sorry for your sister's situation. Normally, a power of attorney
should work fine. The power of attorney gives the holder agency power to act on the grantor's behalf. You can find a sample one here
With such a power of attorney, the bond should
be released to you.
Simply bringing his ID will not help, but a power of attorney and your valid ID to show that you are the agent in the Power of Attorney should work.
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