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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter49 > 49-1533

49-1533. Specific Authority for Documents, defined.The short form expression, Specific Authority for Documents, shall mean that the principal generally authorizes and empowers the agent to acknowledge, deliver, execute, file, receive, record, seal, sign, verify, or witness any admission, agreement, application, assignment, bill, check, certificate, consent, contract, deed, demand, draft, form, indenture, lease, letter, mortgage, notice, petition, pledge, receipt, registration, release, report, return, stock power, waiver, warrant, or other instrument appropriate, convenient, or necessary for effectuation of, and otherwise to participate in or secure documentation of any condition, property, or transaction pursuant to, any other specific authority or general power granted to the agent by the principal. SourceLaws 1988, LB 475, § 33.