Georgia Pre Registration
Georgia Power of Attorney enables agents to act on behalf or in place of a principal. Principals can be individuals, corporations, LLC's, or even a partnership. This service is often referred to as'pre-screening.' The agent receives a legal authorization to act on behalf of the principal. As an addendum to the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct, an agent must:
Ensure that the Georgia Power of Attorney is not used for a purpose that's unsuitable. For instance, a person might start a brokerage or bookkeeping practice in the title of their principal without obtaining a state permit. A company can be operated by an unincorporated limited liability company name. In this case, the broker is actually working for the LLC and not the principal. In the event the principal becomes bankrupt, the broker may no longer be authorized to act on his or her behalf.