Advance Health Care Directive for Bi-Polar Patient Living Alone I have a friend…

Advance Health Care Directive for Bi-Polar Patient Living Alone
I have a friend who I have recently become reaquainted with after both of us moved back to the same small town and she has been diagnosed with bi-polar disease 5 years ago. She is not a stable person and has recently been released from a psychiatric hospital. She no longer lives with her boyfriend, and is lucid enough to know that she needs someone to ”be in charge” of her. She has asked me to be her power of attorney and she has asked me to have an Advance Health Care Directive made up for her and she will sign it. My hesitation is this: Am I legally responsible for any bad things she might do financially if I am her power of attorney? I do not want to be held liable if she should for some reason go charge all of her credit cards up. Other than that, I do not have hesitation in doing this–I just really need to make sure that no one can hold ME personally or legally responsible for any actioins she might take that are negative with me being her power of attorney. I really need an anser ASAP because she is not taking her meds and this would be a way that I can get her help…

Our Housing society got converted into “NON TRADING CORPORATION” in 1988.

Our Housing society got converted into “NON TRADING CORPORATION” in 1988. This was done to safeguard members interest .One of the rules then made was: “one plot one owner”, this was done for reasons, mainly:
1. The plots will not get divided incase there are more owners.
2. The executive committee will be dealing with a single person to avoid any unpleasantness in future.
3. To avoid any multiple house constructions in a single plot.
Recently one of the members took a “NOC” (No objection Certificate) from the committee to sell his plot. This was given in name of a single person. However he sold it to two brothers in joint name thus violating the rule. The sale deed is registered. When the committee objected to this the new owner offered to give an Indemnity Bond specifying that the plot will not be subdivided. However it is not clear as who will be the “main or principle owner”.
This has created a problem as the committee is in dilemma as regards to the legality of the sale deed and whether to give the possession letter or not? More over this may become a precedence for future cases.
Our questions are:
1. What are the options left to the Executive committee or new owners to correct this?
2. What is “Indemnity Bond” and how binding it is on the owners?
3. Can a person sell to multiple owners even after the NOC is given for selling in single name?
I shall be thankful for guidance on this issue and request reply on my e-mail id
With regards
SKSingh

Revoking Pwr of Attrny originating in Guam, in California A disabled man lived…

Revoking Pwr of Attrny originating in Guam, in California
A disabled man lived with daughter on Guam. Man authorizes General Power of Attorney to her while both lived on Guam. Both moved to Texas. Father-daugher relationship has severely deteriorated.

Man is now in California with sibling while daughter remains in Texas. Man wants to revoke the General Power of Attorney. Can it be done in California? He thinks he has to travel back to Guam to do it. Any insight appreciated. Thank you.