Hawaii Limited Power of Attorney Form

Hawaii limited power of attorney is a legal document where an individual grants a representative the ability to carry out certain duties on their behalf. This type of POA limits the agent’s authority to a specific responsibility or set of responsibilities. Unlike a durable power of attorney, this document revokes automatically if the principal dies or loses mental competency.

Hawaii Limited Power of Attorney Form

Hawaii limited power of attorney is a legal document where an individual grants a representative the ability to carry out certain duties on their behalf. This type of POA limits the agent’s authority to a specific responsibility or set of responsibilities. Unlike a durable power of attorney, this document revokes automatically if the principal dies or loses mental competency.

Last updated May 29th, 2024

Hawaii limited power of attorney is a legal document where an individual grants a representative the ability to carry out certain duties on their behalf. This type of POA limits the agent’s authority to a specific responsibility or set of responsibilities. Unlike a durable power of attorney, this document revokes automatically if the principal dies or loses mental competency.

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Signing Requirements

State law does not explicitly state that notarization is required to execute a valid power of attorney. Signing in the presence of a notary public is generally recommended because many institutions won’t accept non-notarized POAs.[1]

Power of Attorney (Preview)

Hawaii Limited Power Of Attorney

Sources

  1. § 551E-3(b)