Non Waivable Duties for an Agent Under Ohio Power of Attorney Act
February 11, 2021, by Probate Law and Procedure | Share
Section 1337.34(A) of the Ohio Power of Attorney Act provides some non-waivable duties for an agent that has accepted appointment:
- Act in accordance with the principal's reasonable expectations to extent actually known, otherwise, act in principal's best interest
- Act in good faith
- Act only within the scope of authority
- Attempt to preserve the principal's estate plan to the extent actually known if preserving the plan is consistent with best interest.