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Minnesota Limited Power of Attorney Form

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Minnesota Limited Power of Attorney Form

Updated June 07, 2023

A Minnesota limited power of attorney form is a document that can be used to assign decision-making power to a person on another person’s behalf. Such paperwork can come into play if you need to sell a piece of real estate, but expect to be away, or otherwise indisposed, at the closing. While this example is just one scenario, it can be used in a wide range of situations. You will need to supply the information unique to your desires and preferences directly onto this form. As always, it is important that you appoint a person who has earned your trust to be your agent. It is also important that you write your specific power carefully so that it is understood properly and is not misinterpreted too broadly or narrowly for your purpose.

How to Write

1 – You May Open The Minnesota Limited Power Of Attorney Using This Page

Open the Power Appointment document utilizing one of the buttons below the form’s preview image. You will need an up to date browser that is form-friendly or an appropriate editing program to work onscreen. Otherwise, you may print the file once you open it with a current browser then print it to fill it out.

2 – The Information Requested Must Be Furnished Prior To This Form’s Signing

The primary language of this form will be to deliver a limited or specific Principal Power to the Attorney-in-Fact it designates as the receiver of such Power.

On the blank line labeled “Full Name,” enter the Legal Name of the Principal intending to empower the Attorney-in-Fact through this document’s execution.

This report on the Principal’s Identity should continue with the Principal’s Social Security Number entered on the blank line labeled “Social Security Number.”

Now, on the next blank line labeled “Full Name,” record the Attorney-in-Fact’s Legal Name.

This should be followed by the Attorney-in-Fact’s Address and Phone Number.


3 – Declare The Limited Powers Being Designated To The Attorney-in-Fact

The exact Principal Power(s) the Attorney-in-Fact will gain through this document must be detailed. Enter a description of what the Attorney-in-Fact may do on behalf of the Principal. Three blank lines have been provided for this person, each one will bear a number. If more room is needed you have the option of continuing the Power description on a separate sheet of paper then attaching it or, if you have the appropriate software, you may add more lines to this area.


4 – The Signature Of The Principal Will Execute This Document

The blank lines following the words “Signed this,” have been provided to report the Date the Principal signs this form. Enter the Month on the first line, the Calendar Date on the second blank line, and the Year on the last blank line.

The Principal must sign the blank line labeled “Signature.”

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