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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter49 > 49-1551

49-1551. General Power for Governmental and Other Benefits, defined.The short form expression, General Power for Governmental and Other Benefits, shall mean that the principal, in connection with or with respect to any accommodation, allotment, allowance, compensation, distribution, payment, pension, rebate, reimbursement, shipment, storage, subsidy, transfer, transportation, or other benefit or service provided by or through any current or former employer, any federal, local, or state agency, program, or other civilian or military governmental arrangement, or any other private or public provider or scheme, whether or not any of them is specifically described or named, generally authorizes and empowers the agent to have and to exercise collectively or singly and concurrently or consecutively any one or more in combination or otherwise of each of Specific Authority for Acquisitions, Specific Authority for Ancillary Matters, Specific Authority for Assistants, Specific Authority for Claims, Specific Authority for Compensation, Specific Authority for Contracts, Specific Authority for Disclosure, Names, and Signatures, Specific Authority for Dispositions, Specific Authority for Documents, Specific Authority for Insolvency Proceedings, Specific Authority for Reimbursements, Specific Authority for Reorganizations, Specific Authority for Reports, Specific Authority for Taxes, and Specific Authority for Trusts, and that the principal also generally authorizes and empowers the agent to alter, continue, contribute to, draw from, initiate, participate in, suspend, or terminate any benefit or service program or scheme for any child, parent, spouse, or other person, to designate and alter designation of any successor or successors to any benefit or service program or scheme, to participate in or withdraw from any purchase, shipment, storage, transfer, or other benefit or service program or scheme for any commodities, effects, goods, or other property, and otherwise generally to act or decide as to any governmental and other benefits or related circumstance, condition, interest, matter, property, question, or transaction as the principal might do or omit to do in person and while competent. SourceLaws 1988, LB 475, § 51.