Depending on jurisdiction, a power of attorney may be oral and, whether or not it is, brought to justice, as if it were written.  For certain purposes, the law requires that a power of attorney be written. Many institutions, such as hospitals, banks and in the United States, the Internal Revenue Service, require a warrant to be written before honoring it, and they will generally keep an original duplicate or copy for their records. Retirement homes often follow the same practice. Wages: wages for work. Waiver: renounce or waive a right, privilege or benefit. A waiver implies that the person knows what he or she is doing if he renounces his right, privilege or advantage. Ward: 1. A child placed by a court under the guardianship of a legal guardian.
Arrest warrant: 1. A court order that gives a sheriff or police officer the power to arrest a person, search a house, etc. 2. To say something is true. Guarantees: 1. A statement that certain facts are true, established by one party and accepted as true by the other party. 2. An agreement to repair the damage resulting from misrepresentation of the facts. Guarantee: 1.
A statement that certain facts are true, made by one party and accepted as true by the other party. 2. An agreement to repair the damage resulting from misrepresentation of the facts. Whole: complete; full and complete; exclusively, the opposite of partially. Widow: a married woman whose husband died and who did not remarry. Will: 1. A document written pending final death, in which a person indicates what he wants to do with his property after his death. Such a document must be made in accordance with the law, and is registered and deposited in an estate court after the person`s death. 2. Wish or desire.
3. Determination. 4. The mental capacity to perform conscious action. Witness: 1. A person who testifies under oath at a trial, hearing or before a legislative body. 2. To see or hear something, something happens.
3. To be present and often sign a legal document, such as . B will or deed. A witness sign gives authenticity to a document.