General Power of Attorney Texas Form – Adobe PDF
General power of attorney grants broad powers to someone that you select to handle business affairs, representation, and all real personal and property actions on your behalf. The form grants the exact same powers to the agent as the Durable except that this document does not remain in effect if the principal should not be mentally able to think for themselves. For this reason, the form is popular among business associates as to elect someone to handle matters if someone is not around, but at the same time to be able to have the everyday oversight as the the actions they may be doing.
The General Version must be pursuant to all Texas power of attorney laws (Chapter 752) and must be signed in the presence of a notary public or at least two (2) adult witnesses.