A Montana Limited Power of Attorney Agreement is used, as the name suggests, to give the Agent an extremely limited power to make a specific decision on behalf of the Principal. While this can be used when the Principal is no longer capable of making their decision, this is more often used to give the Agent the power to perform a specific task for the Principal, such as selling a car or filing taxes, when the Principal is capable of it but wishes to delegate.
Note that, like the General Power of Attorney Form, this form will be declared void in the event the Principal is incapacitated, unless it specifically states otherwise and will take effect immediately upon being signed. In addition, this form cannot be used to give the Attorney-in-Fact power to make health care decisions on behalf the Principal. Medical Powers of Attorney are governed differently and would require a specialized form.