An Iowa limited power of attorney form is used to appoint a representative to make certain decisions on the principal’s behalf. The scope of the power of the attorney must be defined by the principal on the form. Most commonly this contract becomes void at a particular date or when the specific activity is complete. A limited power of attorney is often used with real estate closings/transactions where the seller chooses a qualified real estate attorney to represent their needs and interests
Signing Requirements (§ 633B.105) – Must be signed by the principal in the presence of a notary public who must provide their acknowledgment.