Idaho Limited (Special) Statutory Power of Attorney Form
The Idaho Limited (Special) Statutory Power of Attorney grants a person or entity (the Agent) elected by the creator of this form (the Principal) the power to represent them and act in their place for the matters specified within. In differentiation to a Power of Attorney which grants the Agent all-encompassing decision-making powers, a Limited Power of Attorney only grants an Agent the powers that are necessary to complete a particular task. For instance, managing their property, transferring the title of their vehicle, or organizing their taxes.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney Act
Signing Requirements (§ 15-12-105) – Every Limited (Special) Statutory Power of Attorney that is enacted in the state of Idaho must follow the signing requirements set out by state law. Namely, the form must have the Principal’s signature upon it—of which must have been authorized by an authorized entity, such as a Notary Public.