The Vermont limited power of attorney form allows a principal to grant specific powers and responsibilities to an agent. The form usually terminates after the completion of a particular monetary task or upon an expiration date designated by the principal in the document. It may be used for any legal financial activities in the State ranging from closing a real estate transaction to picking up the principal’s mail. The form does not have durable powers, meaning that if the principal should become incapacitated, the form becomes void regardless of the completion status of the agent’s assigned duties.
Signing Requirements – One (1) Witnesses and a Notary Public (§ 3503)