This statutory form of general power of attorney is similar to that contained in the English Powers of Attorney Act. It is suitable only for use by an individual since it is unlimited and unqualified.
In appointing Party 2 with power of attorney in accordance with the laws of the [jurisdiction] it, therefore, enables Party 2 to do or complete any act which may be done by the principal except those which require the principal to act himself (e.g. swearing an affidavit or performing duties of a personal office held by him, e.g. directorship).
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