The Limited Power of Attorney Form is a legal form that is used to allow someone to handle SPECIFIC FINANCIAL matters on behalf of someone else. Upon the execution of the financial task(s), the form becomes VOID. The specific financial matter can be any act or duty legal under the laws of your State. The most popular use of this form is to have someone authorize certified mail on someone else's behalf, but can be use for as serious obligations such as Real Estate Transactions. This form is available as a instant download and can be re-used as a template if you should have many different types of obligations you need fulfilled.
The Three COMMON ways that this form becomes VOID are:
1. The Principal Dies
2. The Principal becomes incapacitated.
3. Completion of Financial Obligation.
You can also void the form by authorizing a new one.
REQUIREMENTS FOR LEGALITY
Signed and Dated by the Principal and the Agent in front of a Notary or Two Non-Blood Related Witnesses. (Highly Recommended to use a Notary)
Parties involved must sign out of their own free will with the full intentions of granting and acting as the duties and roles required.