The Connecticut limited power of attorney form is a legal document between a principal and an agent that provides the latter party with the ability to represent the former to complete a task or for a specified period of time. The form becomes void once the assignment has been completed, at the expiration date of the document, or at any other preference as designated by the principal. The document is most commonly used for electing someone, usually an attorney, to handle a real estate transaction on the other person’s behalf.
Signing Requirements – Must be signed by principal, notarized, and witnessed by two (2) witnesses (Sec. 1-350d).