Limited Power of Attorney authorizes someone to act on your behalf in a limited capacity and for a specified period of time. There are numerous circumstances under which a person might need someone else to handle their financial affairs. The most common use of the limited power of attorney is to register a motor vehicle. Many states require a signed limited power of attorney form in order to register someone else’s vehicle.
The limited power of attorney could take effect immediately or it could become effective at a specified later date. You might execute a limited power of attorney to have a trusted associate act on your behalf during business transactions while you’re out of town or otherwise unavailable.
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