Washington Limited (Special) Power of Attorney Form
The Washington Limited (Special) Power of Attorney is identifiable by its lack of breadth in terms of the actions it grants a party known as the Agent the authority to perform. To put it in another way, the document contains specific conditions that the Agent must always respect when carrying out any actions for the individual who wishes to execute the contract (who is legally referred to as the Principal). While they will possess restricted decision making powers, the Agent will still have, for all intents and purposes, considerable ability to support the Principal to reach their objectives.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney Act
Signing Requirements (RCW 11.125.050) – The Principal’s signature on a Limited Power of Attorney created in Washington state must either be attested by a minimum of two (2) competent witnesses (who must both match the criteria set out by this provision) or be acknowledged before an individual who has the legal right to take acknowledgements.