North Dakota Limited (Special) Power of Attorney Form

A completed North Dakota Limited (Special) Power of Attorney is a piece of written documentation that is compromised of provisions that an individual (called the Principal) has come up with to provide their Agent with sufficient instructions and guidelines to perform certain actions on their behalf. The Agent may be any individual or entity that the Principal believes will be able to effectively complete such actions. The actions should all be directly related to one another, and not be of a catch-all variety. For instance, if a Principal wants their Agent to carry out tasks related to their real estate and their finances matters, they should use two separate Limited Power of Attorney forms to address each specific matter.

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws –  Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Signing Requirements – The Principal may choose to have a Notary Public and/or witnesses present at the time of signing the document, but doing so is not mandatory as there are no signing requirements related to a North Dakota Limited (Special) Power of Attorney form.