Nevada Limited Power of Attorney Form
A Nevada limited power of attorney enables a principal to provide an agent with the means to administer short-term financial or legal tasks for their favor. An agent presents the form to pick up mail, sign a check, or manage real estate on behalf of the principal. All permissions cease their effectiveness once the agent completes the assigned tasks or the contract reaches the listed expiration date.
Any time a transfer of power occurs, the person initiating the change must know they are giving up some rights. They know that if anything goes wrong when the agent represents them, they can assume liability unless the agent makes a clear-cut, negatively impactful decision.
Signing requirements (§ 162A.220(1)): Requires notarization.