Limited Power of Attorney Oklahoma Form – Adobe PDF
The limited power of attorney allows a person to select any type of restricted responsibility(ies) or action(s) a person may have while representing their interests. The power must be written on the form and can be anything from handling everyday bills to real property transactions. Depending on the seriousness of the powers granted, it is recommended to have the document signed in front of a notary public even though the law only requires two (2) witnesses.
The form usually cancels upon the completion of the written; action/objective, expiration date, or if the principal authorizes a revocation form. The limited form does not carry durability which means if the principal should become incapacitated the form will become null and void.