New Hampshire Limited Power of Attorney Form
A New Hampshire limited power of attorney contains specific details on how and when an agent will carry out one-time, specific tasks for a principal. When acting for the principal, the agent must be able to present the signed limited power of attorney to prove that they are legally able to perform the duties. If an agent makes a purchase for the principal, the receipts need to be kept so that they can be referenced if any questions arise after the transaction.
This form is unique because it is not durable, nor does it have a long duration (like a general or medical power of attorney). A principal can remove the agent’s power at any point by completing a New Hampshire revocation.
Signing requirements (§ 564-E:105): The document is only considered valid if it is notarized.