Limited Power of Attorney Form | South Dakota

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Updated on May 10th, 2023

A South Dakota limited power of attorney form allows a representative, known as an “attorney-in-fact,” to handle specific financial responsibilities on behalf of another person. The powers granted to the representative must be specified in writing on the document. Once the assigned tasks have been fulfilled, or if the person designating responsibility revokes the form, the power of attorney will cease to be effective, and the agent’s authority will be terminated.

Signing Requirements (§ 59-6-11) While not legally required, notarization is recommended.