Does a durable power of attorney enable the sale of a home without the owner’s consent? The answer is yes, a power of attorney appoints an agent to act in behalf of someone. So that person is supposed to act in behalf of in this case, an owner for their benefit. And so they’re authorized by the power of attorney to sign the documents, which are authorized in the power of attorney. They’re usually very thorough if they’re prepared and they’re prepared and would authorize the person and they’re now called agents rather than attorney in fact, to sign in behalf of the owner and the owner has consented by executing the power of attorney and putting their trust in the agent attorney. In fact, you any questions about a power of attorney give me a call (727) 847-2288.