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Normally a power of attorney document is witnessed or notarized, requiring proof of the identity of the person signing, and the signer demonstrates that they understand what they are signing.  But it doesn't usually get a medallion signature guarantee.  Actions that transfer money or securities may require a medallion signature guarantee.

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