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North Dakota Limited Power of Attorney Form

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North Dakota Limited Power of Attorney Form

Updated June 07, 2023

A North Dakota limited power of attorney form allows you as the principal to designate an agent to handle a specific transaction or transactions on your behalf. Additionally, you can also set a specific span of time when the agent has access to the principal powers delivered here. Regardless of the limitations imposed on the agent, it is important that your agent be someone that you trust and find reliable. Once you have selected an agent, who is willing to act as such, you should fill out this form making sure the language used to describe what the agent is allowed (and expected) to do in your name be clearly defined. Leave no room for misinterpretation since whoever the agent deals with in carrying out his or her duties will depend upon this paperwork to follow your directives.

How to Write

1 – To Appoint Limited Principal Powers Open The Document On This Page

Some paperwork will be required to deliver specific Principal Powers to an Attorney-in-Fact. Gain access to this appointment form by clicking on the PDF, Word, or ODT button. You may download any or all of these file types.

2 – Document Some Required Information To Complete The Declaration

The first paragraph on this page will introduce both the Principal and the Attorney-in-Fact being designated with Principal Powers. Fill in the Principal’s Full Name on the blank space just after the words “Be It Acknowledged That I” and his or her Legal Address on the blank line preceding the term “…The Undersigned…” 

Utilize the next two blank lines to record first the Attorney-in-Fact’s Legal Name, then his or her Address and Phone Number.

3 – Report The Exact Principal Powers Designated To The Attorney-in-Fact

Several lines have been presented in the center of this page. Use these numbered lines to give a very specific report on the Decisions and Actions the Attorney-in-Fact may engage in on behalf of the Principal with Principal Approval.

4 – The Principal Must Date And Sign This Document

The Principal will need to sign this document in the presence and under the direction of a Notary Public. He or she will need to enter the Calendar Day, Month, and Year of Execution on the three blank lines in the statement beginning with the term “Signed This…”The blank line below the Signature Date statement must be signed by the Principal on the Date reported. Below the Principal’s Signature will be an area with the appropriate structure for a Notary Public’s use.