There is no requirement pursuant to the North Carolina statutes that there be any witnesses on a Durable Power of Attorney. The maker's signature needs to be notarized. A HealthCare Power of attorney requires two witnesses.
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There is no requirement about the number of witnesses for a Durable POA in North Carolina. The signature of the person who is making the Durable POA must be notarized. That is the only requirement in terms of signatures. If you have reason to believe that the POA of a family member or relative was improper you should speak to an attorney in North Carolina. Good luck with this issue.
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