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Under California law, a durable power of attorney (DPOA) does not require the agent to take any affirmative action. See Cal. Probate Code Section 4230.
The above-cited law effectively immunizes an agent from liability for failing to take action concerning a principal's property. This would include failing to purchase homeowners insurance.
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