A Kansas limited power of attorney form is used to assign a specific financial task(s) to a willing agent looking to act in the principal’s best interest. The contract is commonly used to allow a real estate attorney to handle the closing of a sale to the seller or buyer’s benefit. The form usually voids upon the completion of the task, at a specific time, or upon the incapacitation of the individual being represented. The agent may act in the same manner and be listed for any or all of the same powers as the general financial power of attorney, but is usually given restrictions.
Signing Requirements (§ 58-652(3)) – Principal and Notary Public