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Oregon Limited Power of Attorney Form

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Oregon Limited Power of Attorney Form

Updated June 07, 2023

An Oregon limited power of attorney form is a document that assigns temporary power(s) to an agent acting on the principal’s behalf. The principal who issues these powers will generally wish to significantly control an agent’s action by making sure the powers assigned to that individual terminate automatically upon the completion of the terms defined here. The language contained in this form will serve to apply the description of principal powers to the agent’s abilities. As mentioned earlier, these powers may be limited by being accessible to the agent only between two specific calendar dates. Whether or not such a time-frame is applicable, the principal may authorize only the decisions and actions he or she defines in this area to the agent’s use. It is strongly suggested that both parties have a clear discussion regarding expectations and boundaries although, it is assumed the principal will assign such authority to a professional, a close friend, a spouse, or a family member with a reputation for being trustworthy and a proven track record or reliability.

How to Write

1 – Appoint An Attorney-in-Fact With Limited Power Using The Template On This Page

Select one of the buttons under the image on this page to fill out this form. You enter the information requested here onscreen or on paper.

2 – A Formal Statement From The Principal Will Require Attention From The User

This paperwork will serve as a statement from the Principal that an Agent or Attorney-in-Fact will be approved of having the same Authority the Principal does in the exact manner this document will define. Before providing any such definition however, an accurate account of the Parties involved here will need to be provided. The first statement will satisfy this basic requirement. The first and second blank line in this paperwork will both be focused upon the Principal. Enter his or her Full Name on the first blank space then, his or her Address on the second blank space.  Next, we will complete this party definition with information to declare the Attorney-in-Fact. The third blank line in this statement will need his or her Full Name reported on it. Once this report is provided, present the Attorney-in-Fact’s Physical Address and Telephone Number using the labeled areas (“Address” and “Phone” respectively) of the last blank space in this statement.

3 – Provide A Detailed Statement Describing The Limited Powers

The Principal Power delivered to the Attorney-in-Fact through this document will need to be documented in full. A set of numbered empty lines have been supplied here so an organized presentation of the Limited Principal Powers may be furnished. When detailing the actions, the Attorney-in-Fact may take using the Principal’s Name, it is important to be as specific as possible. Additionally, if any instructions come with these Powers, they should be documented here as well.

4 – The Principal Will Need To Sign This Under The Direction Of A Notary Public

It should be considered mandatory to the execution of this document, that it be signed by the Principal before a Notary Public. After all, the Attorney-in-Fact must have ready proof that he or she is carrying out Principal Instructions when doing so. The Principal should turn his or her attention to the bottom of the first page where executing this document will begin with the Principal’s account of what Date he or she is providing a Signature. He or she should enter this Signature Date using the three blank spaces after the words “Signed This.”After entering the Signature Date, the Principal must sign the blank line below it. The second page is exclusively for the Notary Public’s use.