Maryland Statutory Limited Power of Attorney Form

The Maryland Statutory Limited Power of Attorney is a form made up of terms that grant authority to an individual or entity (legally termed the Agent) to act on another party’s behalf (termed the Principal) in a restricted manner. That is, the Agent cannot freely act on the Principal’s behalf—they are legally-bound to only act in the circumstances dictated by the Power of Attorney. Moreover, they can only act in the manner the Principal has described in the form. For example, if the form only regards the Principal’s finances, the Agent cannot use the powers they have been bestowed to handle their property matters as well.

Signing requirements (§ 17-110) – Notarized and signed by two (2) witnesses.