A New Mexico limited power of attorney is a legal document that authorizes an agent to perform certain acts on behalf of the principal (the individual who drafted the form). The agent will be empowered to represent the principal in the capacities specified in the form exclusively. The agent’s authority will be revoked upon the completion of the action, the document’s expiration date, or a written revocation issued by the principal. A limited power of attorney is commonly used to appoint a temporary financial agent or to execute documents that the principal cannot be present to sign.
Signing Requirements (§ 45-5B-105) – Notary Public