New Mexico Limited Power of Attorney Form

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The New Mexico Limited Power of Attorney Form is used to give the Agent a single fixed power, usually to assume a specific responsibility or perform a specific task for the Principal. As these are usually tasks the Principal is delegating, rather than taking over management for essentially all of the Principal’s finances, these agreements are rarely Durable or Springing.

New Mexico is one of only a handful of states that does not require any witnesses, Notary Public or otherwise, in order for a Power of Attorney agreement to be valid. Despite this, it is generally recommended that a signing be witnessed, as an unwitnessed agreement is at greater risk of being declared invalid in a Court.