Limited Power of Attorney Form | Alaska

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Updated on April 12th, 2023

An Alaska limited power of attorney assigns a specific task to another person known as the “agent.” The activity performed by the agent must be completed in the best interests of the principal, and once finished, the document becomes void. This form is common among real estate closings where the buyer or seller will just have their attorney or representative handle all the related signatures. It can also be used for minor responsibilities such as picking up a vehicle or mail.

Signing Requirements – Like the other power of attorney documents in Alaska, it must be signed by all the parties involved after completion, and it must be done in the presence of a notary public.