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  1. More relevant facts required, but if such action was taken by a court of proper jurisdiction
    in DC to void the POA registered in S. Carolina, it’s likely that it would only apply to issues/transactions over which DC has authority/jurisdiction within the District of Columbia.

    Michael E. Hendrickson
    Attorney & Counsellor at Law
    211 North Union Street Suite 100
    Alexandria, 22314

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