Posted on 22nd September 2017
Provided that there are no restrictions to the power of attorney, such as a clause written in by your mother saying her money cannot be used to invest in property, your plan to purchase a buy-to-let in your mother’s interest is not breaching your powers, said Nicola Waldman, a private client solicitor at London law firm Hodge Jones & Allen.
If you have a “lasting” power of attorney it must be registered with the Office of the Public Guardian, and if it’s “enduring” it must be registered if your mother lacks capacity.
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