An Alabama limited power of attorney is a form used to declare in writing that an agent has the right to act on behalf of a principal for one (1) or several specified tasks. It can be used in situations where the principal can’t complete the task on their own or because they simply want to delegate it to save time. Unlike more broad POA types, the limited power of attorney lists the exact duties the agent is able to complete. The document may also limit the timeframe in which the agent can perform their duties. The power of attorney terminates upon the expiration date, by written revocation, or once the agent accomplishes the task(s) for which the form was created.
Signing Requirements (§ 26-1A-105) – Notary Public