A general power of attorney form is used to appoint someone to make short term financial decisions on your behalf. For example, it allows a donee to buy and sell things or to operate a donor's bank account for a short period of time.
This form is available to download for free here.
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A general power of attorney is much like an enduring power of attorney. The main difference to consider is that a general power of attorney is cancelled automatically if you become 'legally incapacitated', while an enduring power of attorney will continue to be effective.