Updated on October 27th, 2021
A Nevada limited power of attorney allows an individual (the “principal”) to name an attorney-in-fact who will have the ability to perform certain acts on their behalf. In the document, the principal will specify the tasks that the attorney-in-fact will be authorized to execute in their name, as well as the circumstances whereby the power of attorney will terminate. This type of arrangement can be used for the completion of a single action or to assign an agent with the power to act as the principal’s representative in a limited capacity for an undefined term. A limited power of attorney is not “durable,” and therefore automatically expires with the incapacitation or death of the principal.
Signing Requirements (§ 162A.220(1)) – Notary Public.