The Connecticut Limited Power of Attorney Form is a form that the Principal will use if they wish to authorize the Attorney-in-Fact to perform a specific action or manage a specific aspect of the Principal’s life. This is usually to give the the Attorney-in-Fact the power to control the Principal’s finances or to sell or buy a specific kind of property, like automobiles or real estate.
In Connecticut, all Power of Attorney Agreements are required to be witnessed by at least two (2) people unrelated to either the Principal or the Attorney-in-Fact. In addition, it should be noted that this sort of form is not durable. Unless the agreement says otherwise, this form will be void if the Principal dies or becomes incapacitated.