The Kansas Limited Power of Attorney Form is used to grant a single, specific power to the Attorney-in-Fact, rather than blanket power like in the General Power of Attorney. This will usually be to manage a specific aspect of the Principal’s finances, such as their investments, or to perform a specific action for the Principal, such as filing taxes.
In Kansas, this kind of agreement will go into effect immediately upon being signed, and will no longer be in effect if the Principal is declared incapacitated. If the Principal wishes the avoid this, they will need to explicitly spell that out in the agreement itself. If the agreement is designed to allow the Attorney-in-Fact the power to perform a single action, rather than a regular action (such as buying a car) the Principal will want to include language causing the agreement to terminate once the action has been completed.