Ohio Limited Power of Attorney Form

An Ohio limited power of attorney enables an individual to assign an agent to complete assigned tasks on their behalf. This type of arrangement can be used to complete a single action or perform certain duties without a set end date. A limited power of attorney will expire once its purpose has been fulfilled, a termination date is reached, or by the principal’s written revocation.

Ohio Limited Power of Attorney Form

An Ohio limited power of attorney enables an individual to assign an agent to complete assigned tasks on their behalf. This type of arrangement can be used to complete a single action or perform certain duties without a set end date. A limited power of attorney will expire once its purpose has been fulfilled, a termination date is reached, or by the principal’s written revocation.

Last updated June 3rd, 2024

An Ohio limited power of attorney enables an individual to assign an agent to complete assigned tasks on their behalf. This type of arrangement can be used to complete a single action or perform certain duties without a set end date. A limited power of attorney will expire once its purpose has been fulfilled, a termination date is reached, or by the principal’s written revocation.

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Signing Requirements

The principal must sign the document. Notary acknowledgment is recommended and standard practice, though Ohio law does not require it specifically.[1]

Power of Attorney (Preview)

Ohio Limited Power Of Attorney

Sources

  1. § 1337.25