Alaska Limited Power of Attorney Form – The form of Alaska limited (special) power of attorney is a document that serves as power delegation. It gives Agent a capability to execute some particular tasks on the behalf of the Principal. This specific document is different from the form of general power of attorney, in terms of the authority scopes given to the Attorney in Fact, and the specified responsibilities that the Attorney must carry out. Follow the steps below to write a proper document using this form.
Alaska Limited Power of Attorney Form – How to Write
- Make sure that you, as the principle, read all the provided paragraphs that include information about the notary and witness, revocation, notice, and incapacitation.
- Input the information of the Principal, the Attorney in Fact, and the successor agent such as name and full address. This is also where the Principal should provide description in details about what powers are authorized to the Agent.
- Make sure that the Principal review paragraphs about compensation, third parties, terms and conditions, and disclosure, before signatures are being applied.
- Before the acknowledgment of Notary Public, input the name, signature, and signature date of the Principal, along with name, signature, and signature date of the Agent, and name, signature, and signature date of the successor Agent. Also make sure that the witness reviews all the provided information and then input the witness’ name, signature, and signature date.
- Have a notary witnesses all of the signing process from each party and then acknowledge the form by providing all the needed information from the notary.
- Acceptance and acknowledgement from the Attorney in Fact and successor agent, that requires them to read the provided paragraphs, and then input their names, signatures, and signature date.
According to the State Law, form of Alaska limited (special) power of attorney should be given a signature by the Principal that’s witnessed by Notary Public and the witness.