Minnesota Limited (Special) Power of Attorney Form

The Minnesota Limited (Special) Power of Attorney (POA) is a powerful contract available to all residents of Minnesota to make use of. An individual (referred to as the Principal) may use it to name someone trusted to them (their Agent) to perform one or more acts on their behalf. This document takes a number of forms, all of which are characterized by their specificity. For instance, the following are all examples of different types of Limited (Special) Power of Attorney:

 

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State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Health Care Directives

Signing Requirements (§ 145C.03) – The POA must be dated and signed by the Principal. If the Principal will either sign by mark or nominate another party to sign on their behalf, the POA must be acknowledged by a Notary Public.