Oklahoma Limited Power of Attorney Form

An Oklahoma limited power of attorney form enables someone to delegate selected responsibilities to another party. The agent’s powers will often expire once their assigned duties have been completed or the drafting individual (the principal) can set a termination date.

Oklahoma Limited Power of Attorney Form

An Oklahoma limited power of attorney form enables someone to delegate selected responsibilities to another party. The agent’s powers will often expire once their assigned duties have been completed or the drafting individual (the principal) can set a termination date.

Last updated June 3rd, 2024

An Oklahoma limited power of attorney form enables someone to delegate selected responsibilities to another party. The agent’s powers will often expire once their assigned duties have been completed or the drafting individual (the principal) can set a termination date.

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Signing Requirements

Though notarization is not a legal requirement, it is recommended to authenticate the principal’s signature, which may be a requirement in some instances.[1]

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Oklahoma Limited Power Of Attorney

Sources

 

  1. 58 O.S. § 3005