Alabama Limited Power of Attorney Form

An Alabama limited power of attorney is a form used to grant power to a representative to perform a specific set of tasks. Unlike the broader general or durable powers of attorney, this document will list the exact duties the agent is able to complete for the principal. The representative’s authority often ends once the activity has been completed.

Alabama Limited Power of Attorney Form

An Alabama limited power of attorney is a form used to grant power to a representative to perform a specific set of tasks. Unlike the broader general or durable powers of attorney, this document will list the exact duties the agent is able to complete for the principal. The representative’s authority often ends once the activity has been completed.

Last updated May 12th, 2024

An Alabama limited power of attorney is a form used to grant power to a representative to perform a specific set of tasks. Unlike the broader general or durable powers of attorney, this document will list the exact duties the agent is able to complete for the principal. The representative’s authority often ends once the activity has been completed.

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Signing Requirements

A power of attorney must be signed by the principal.[1] Though not legally required, it is generally recommended that a notary public acknowledge signatures on powers of attorney.

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Alabama Limited Power Of Attorney

Sources

  1. § 26-1A-105