Updated on October 27th, 2021
The Nebraska limited power of attorney form is used for assigning a temporary agent to represent the principal in a limited capacity. For example, completing a limited power attorney will enable the principal to entrust their agent to complete legal documents in their name when they cannot be present to do so themselves. It is also commonly implemented to appoint financial agents to manage a specific area of the principal’s personal or business affairs. Once the form has been signed by the principal and notarized, the agent will be able to operate until the contract’s purpose is fulfilled, its term expires, or it is revoked in writing by the principal.
Signing Requirements (§ 30-4005) – Notary Public