The Ohio Temporary Power of Attorney is a legal document that gives someone else temporary authority to act on your behalf. This type of power of attorney is normally used for a specific transaction such as registering a motor vehicle in your name. The document is also called a limited power of attorney.
The Ohio temporary power of attorney is also called a special power of attorney. It is often used for business dealings and financial transactions. You might be heading out of town and want to make sure someone at the office can sign contracts on behalf of your company in your absence. The special authorization can be restricted to a single event, such as signing a contract, or for a limited period of time such as one week.
We offer the free Ohio temporary power of attorney form in Microsoft Word as well as a free PDF form. The Word file can be printed as is so you can fill in the blanks by hand. It can also be customized in case you want to change, add, or delete sections. The PDF will open in a new window so you can save or print it.
Click the link below to download the Ohio temporary power of attorney form in Microsoft Word format . You may also create the Ohio Temporary Power of Attorney using our free fillable PDF version. The PDF has fillable fields into which you can type the required information.
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