Power of Attorney – Vehicle Sales

Power of Attorney – Vehicle Sales


So if you are selling a vehicle but you are
going to remain here you are just going to be out of town and you have to have that vehicle sold because you have a buyer You can execute a Power of Attorney by going on to our self-service website you can generate it there and input all of your information. Put in the vehicle information, print it
off, and bring it to our office here in PW-47 We’ll sign and notarize that and give the
Power or Attorney to your agent and they will use that when they go to VRO to sign the vehicle over. If your car is in the United States and let’s
say you left it in storage or left it with a friend and you want to sell it… you
are not going to be there in person… …the same process applies. You can do everything online with our self-service
website, generate your Power of Attorney, bring it in to the office here in PW-47, we’ll
notarize it for you, then you’ll just need to mail the original copy to your agent back in the states. So, this is the most tricky one that we deal with Lots of people are not aware that there are two different documents that you’ll
need before you go to the VRO. So the first document is a request for a special
Power of Attorney this is a CFAS specific document that you need. The front is going to have your information and the information of the agent that you are nominating to sell your vehicle on
your behalf. On the back page there is different sections where your command, the security officer, and the base Staff Judge Advocate, will sign off just so they are aware of who is accepting responsibility for your car after you leave. You finish this document and then if you
come to our office here we will generate a special Power of Attorney for you. This one is not on the website so you do
need to come in for this. We will generate the Power of Attorney and have information for both you to sign and your agent will also sign what’s called an
acknowledgement statement. After that is complete, everything is notarized,
your agent doesn’t have to have you present anymore, they can act on their own. So they take both of these documents
with them to the VRO and settle the car as if they were you.

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