Definition of Attorney-in-fact

1. Noun. (American legal) An agent of the person giving him/her the power of attorney (for a specific purpose or for general purposes) to act on his/her behalf. The attorney-in-fact’s power and responsibilities depend on the specific powers granted in the power of attorney document. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Attorney-in-fact

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attonements
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attorney's lien
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attorney's work product
attorney-client privilege
attorney-client relation
attorney-in-fact (current term)
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