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Yes, you should specify whether co-agents act independently or need to agree on matters.
If you are dealing with real property, the POA should be filed at the county recorder's office. The following is a TX statute:
§ 489. RECORDING DURABLE POWER OF ATTORNEY FOR REAL
A durable power of attorney for a real
property transaction requiring the execution and delivery of an
instrument that is to be recorded, including a release, assignment,
satisfaction, mortgage, security agreement, deed of trust,
encumbrance, deed of conveyance, oil, gas, or other mineral lease,
memorandum of a lease, lien, or other claim or right to real
property, shall be recorded in the office of the county clerk of the
county in which the property is located.