The Georgia Vehicle Power of Attorney makes it legitimate to grant the designated Attorney-in-Fact all DOR-issues-related rights as if the owners of the vehicle dealt with the matters themselves. The list of possible powers includes:
Keep in mind that it is not possible to use the “limited” POA in the state if the transferor and the transferee on the title are the same persons (or agents of the same corporation) when you need to attach the Odometer Reading Disclosure. Notarization of the VPOA is mandatory.
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Completing this power of attorney form revokes all earlier chosen POAs and shall be effective until the DOR receives the revocation in writing. The paper loses validity after 12 months.
It is necessary to provide the Attorney-in-Fact’s valid driving license or the state of Georgia ID card when submitting the form. Only an original version of the document will be accepted.
Laws regulating POA forms are included in Title 10 of the Georgia Code (Chapter 6B).
|Document Name||Georgia Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney Form|
|State Form Name||Georgia Form T-8|
|Relevant Link||Georgia Department of Revenue|
|Valid for||12 Months|
|Avg. Time to Fill Out||8 minutes|
|# of Fillable Fields||26|
|Available Formats||Adobe PDF|
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This document may be completed and handed in for further procession either online or at the local DOR office in person. You may choose to type, electronically print, or print the information by-hand. Remember that providing false or misleading facts in the paper is considered a felony. The form should be completed in its entirety.
There is a set of simple instructions developed to help you fill out the form successfully:
1. Appoint the Agent
The vehicle owner should print or type their full legal name and provide the agent’s full legal name afterward. Only one Attorney-in-Fact may be chosen to represent the owner.
2. Identify the Vehicle
You will need to enter the VIN, year, make, and model of the motor vehicle.
3. Sign the Paper
Indicate the date of the agreement (month, date, and year), the owner’s full legal name, mailing address, phone number, and affix the signature, claiming to convey the vehicle-related rights to the chosen Attorney-in-Fact willfully.
4. Notarize the Form
A licensed notary has to verify the submitted data and authenticate the VPOA. The notary may ask the owner to show a copy of the driver’s license and input the information concerning the license herein. The date when their commission expires has to be indicated as well.