Minnesota Limited Power of Attorney Form

A Minnesota limited power of attorney is a form with which an individual appoints an agent to represent them in specific financial transactions. This power of attorney doesn’t grant broad powers but instead defines the exact actions and decisions the agent can make on the principal’s behalf. The agent’s powers are often temporary and expire once they’ve fulfilled their appointed duties.

Minnesota Limited Power of Attorney Form

A Minnesota limited power of attorney is a form with which an individual appoints an agent to represent them in specific financial transactions. This power of attorney doesn’t grant broad powers but instead defines the exact actions and decisions the agent can make on the principal’s behalf. The agent’s powers are often temporary and expire once they’ve fulfilled their appointed duties.

Last updated May 8th, 2024

A Minnesota limited power of attorney is a form with which an individual appoints an agent to represent them in specific financial transactions. This power of attorney doesn’t grant broad powers but instead defines the exact actions and decisions the agent can make on the principal’s behalf. The agent’s powers are often temporary and expire once they’ve fulfilled their appointed duties.

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Signing Requirements

A limited power of attorney is valid if signed by the principal. While notarization is recommended, it becomes mandatory if the principal signs with a mark instead of a signature or has someone else sign on their behalf.[1]

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Minnesota Limited Power Of Attorney

Sources

  1. § 523.01