A New Jersey limited power of attorney form is used to authorize an agent to act on the principal’s behalf to complete specific actions. Under the contract, the agent will be limited to performing only those acts that are listed in the document. In most cases, the power of attorney will automatically terminate once the agent has completed their duties. Examples of powers that the agent may be given include executing legal documents, transferring property, managing financial accounts, making investments, and completing payments on the principal’s behalf.
Signing Requirements (§ 46:2B-8.9) – Notary Public