A Pennsylvania limited power of attorney is a non-durable power of attorney document that authorizes an agent, or “attorney-in-fact,” to complete assignments on behalf of the principal. The “limited” component of this type of power of attorney form means that the principal only grants their agent specific duties and responsibilities. In most cases, the document terminates once the agent has completed the tasks assigned to them. Alternatively, the principal may establish a termination date in the power of attorney, or they may execute a revocation for power of attorney form to immediately terminate the document.
Signing Requirements (§ 5601(b)) – Two (2) Witnesses and Notary Public