Nevada Limited (Special) Power of Attorney Form
The Nevada Limited (Special) Power of Attorney makes it possible for an individual (called the Principal) to indicate specific transactions they need the assistance of another party (called the Agent). The transactions the Principal requires the Agent to perform in their place must be outlined with specificity in the form. As the state law NRS 162A.270(e) establishes, once the purpose of this Power of Attorney (POA) has been accomplished, the POA will be terminated. Therefore, this POA should only be used either for special circumstances or for tasks that will last for a limited amount of time.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
Signing Requirements (NRS 162A.220) – For a POA to be effective in the state of Nevada, the Principal must sign it before a Notary Public (or another individual who is authorized to take acknowledgements). Another individual can lawfully sign the Principal’s name in their conscious presence, as long as the Principal has directed them to do so.