Georgia Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney is a legal instrument signed and executed by you as the motor vehicle owner to grant powers to an attorney-in-fact to carry out buying/selling transaction on your behalf in the Georgia State. This form typically is considered as a dealer form. You must type or print this form T-8 with blue/black ink. Alterations or corrections void the form. County Tag Office or the Department of Revenue is authorized to verify the information provided in this form. Intentional falsification of information is a felony. Please read the note for understanding the significance of the term Limited in the title of T-8 Motor Vehicle Limited Power of Attorney. You cannot use T-8 limited power of attorney when the seller and the buyer on the title assignment are identical. Use clear form button after printing duly filled motor vehicle limited power of attorney in Georgia State to protect your privacy.
Georgia Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney Facts
- You must enclose a copy of your as well as attorney-in-fact’s State issued identification or driver’s license for verification purpose.
- Notarization of your signature is mandatory for execution of this motor vehicle limited power of attorney in Georgia State.
- Please do not submit photocopies of this form. You must submit originals for further processing of the power of attorney.
- You must verify and use the latest version of T-8 form.
- Please review the powers you are granting to your attorney-in-fact before signing and executing this motor vehicle limited power of attorney in Georgia State.
- You must mention the requested details of the motor vehicle carefully.
Directions to fill the Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney, Georgia
Step 1: Type or print your legal name as the owner of the motor vehicle. Then enter the name of attorney-in-fact under the appointment in the next box.
Step 2: Enter Vehicle Identification number, year of manufacturing, make, and model in the respective boxes.
Step 3: Enter the date of executing this Georgia Motor Vehicle Limited Power of Attorney. Type or print your name, address, and phone number in the respective boxes. Sign before Notary Public of Georgia State.
Step 4: Please get your signatures notarized by a notary public of Georgia State to complete preparing this Georgia Motor Vehicle Limited Power of Attorney.
Revoke the Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney
This power of attorney expires naturally after 12 months from its execution. The T-8 Georgia Motor Vehicle Limited Power of Attorney is revocable upon execution of a new Motor Vehicle Limited Power of Attorney. You may choose to execute a revocation instrument to cancel a motor vehicle limited power of attorney in Georgia State within 12 months of its execution. However, you must submit a written revocation notice to the Tax Commissioner or the Department of Revenue to cancel the motor vehicle limited power of attorney in Georgia State.