Oregon Limited Power of Attorney Form
An Oregon limited power of attorney is completed by a principal to grant special decision-making powers to an agent. The principal must trust the assigned person to make informed decisions and always act in their best interest.
The agent must feel comfortable contacting the principal if questions arise while completing tasks on their behalf. Having open communication ensures the appointed individual makes well-informed decisions and properly handles matters. They must also complete the duties within the active dates (i.e., after the start date and before the end date).
Examples of tasks that an agent could complete with this form include:
- Sitting in on a meeting;
- Handling payments and bills;
- Conducting the sale or purchase of property;
- Signing legal paperwork;
- Carrying out interviews or termination of employees; and/or
- Other one-time tasks.
Signing requirements: Not specified in statutes.