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I recently purchased power of attorney documents through legalzoom of which I am pleased. However, I'm a bit unclear after reading the following statement from above:
"Signing, Sealing, and Delivering a Power of Attorney
You must sign and notarize the original power of attorney document, and certify several copies. Banks and other businesses will not allow your agent to act on your behalf unless they receive a certified copy of the power of attorney."
My question is when the word "certify" is used. What is meant by that, or what is it I have to do to ensure that the copies are certified?