Limited Power of Attorney Form | North Carolina

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Updated on May 10th, 2023

A North Carolina limited power of attorney form allows a person in the state to hand over control of a specific task or transaction (usually financial in nature) to an appointed attorney-in-fact. The principal may choose to grant the attorney-in-fact rather broad powers but on a more temporary basis (i.e., the power to handle/negotiate multiple real estate transactions for a period not exceeding three months). In addition to terminating upon a specific date, the limited power of attorney document will become void if the principal becomes incapacitated.

Signing Requirements (§ 32C-1-105) – Notary public.