IC 30-5-5-3 - Tangible personal property transactions
|Cite as:||IC 30-5-5-3|
|Currency:||Current through P.L. 167-2020|
(a) Language conferring general authority with respect to tangible personal property transactions means the principal authorizes the attorney in fact to do the following:
(1) Accept as a gift or as security for a loan, reject, demand, buy, receive, or otherwise acquire ownership or possession of tangible personal property or an interest in tangible personal property.
(2) Sell, exchange, convey with or without covenants, release, surrender, mortgage, encumber, pledge, hypothecate, pawn, grant options concerning, lease or sublet, or otherwise dispose of tangible personal property or an interest in tangible personal property.
(3) Release in whole or in part, assign the whole or a part of, satisfy in whole or in part, and enforce by action or proceeding, a mortgage, an encumbrance, a lien, or other claim that exists or is claimed to exist in favor of the principal with respect to tangible personal property or an interest in tangible personal property.
(4) Perform acts of management or conservation with respect to tangible personal property or an interest in tangible personal property owned or claimed to be owned by the principal, including the power to do the following:
(A) Insure against casualty, liability, or loss.
(B) Obtain, regain possession of, or protect by action or proceeding.
(C) Pay, contest, or compromise taxes or assessments.
(D) Apply for and receive funds in connection with taxes or assessments.
(E) Move from place to place or store for hire or on a gratuitous bailment.
(F) Use, alter, and make repairs.
(5) Demand, receive, or obtain by action or proceeding money or other things of value to which the principal is, may become, or claims to be entitled to as the proceeds of tangible personal property, an interest in tangible personal property, or a transaction permitted under this section, conserve, invest, disburse, or use anything received for a purpose permitted under this section, and reimburse the attorney in fact for expenditures properly made in the execution of powers conferred upon the attorney in fact.
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