Florida Power of Attorney Rejecting Power of Attorney Improper Rejection 4 of 4

A third person who improperly rejects a power of attorney is subject to:

1.         A court order mandating acceptance of the power of attorney; and

2.         Liability for damages, including reasonable attorney fees and costs, incurred in any action or proceeding that confirms, for the purpose tendered, the validity of the power of attorney or mandates acceptance of the power of attorney.

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