Hawaii Limited Power of Attorney Form

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The Hawaii Limited Power of Attorney Form gives the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make a specific decision or set of decisions on behalf of the Principal, rather than giving them blanket power to act in their place. What decision this is will be contained within the agreement itself and will usually be a specific aspect of the Principal’s finances, such as selling or buying a piece of property that would normally require the Principal’s signature, such as real estate.

A Limited Power of Attorney Form is usually non-Springing, and will thus come into effect immediately upon signing, although there are exceptions. In addition, if this agreement is designed to allow the Attorney-in-Fact to perform a specific action for the Principal, such as buying a car, the Principal should ensure that there is a clause ending the agreement once it has completed, or should revoke it immediately to be safe.