Mississippi Limited Power of Attorney Form
A Mississippi limited power of attorney provides an individual with special legal authorities to handle financial, business, or other similar tasks for the document’s creator (the principal).
The assigned person, otherwise known as the agent, must carry out the duties responsibly and respectfully. They must honor the principal’s moral beliefs and any other applicable viewpoints. Two (2) people who know each other well should engage in the agreement to ensure success. If anything goes wrong, however, the document holds the agent accountable.
A person uses the form when they cannot handle the responsibility themselves. For instance, the principal might request the agent to sign legal documents to sell a home while they are away on a business trip. The agent can legally sign in the buyer’s place by presenting the limited power of attorney form.
Signing requirements: This form does not have any criteria for signing.