The Ohio Limited Power of Attorney Form is designed to give the Agent a single, fixed power. This is usually because the Principal wishes to delegate management of an aspect of their finances to another person. This is often simply the power to perform a specific action, such as filing taxes or purchasing an automobile.
In Ohio, for a Power of Attorney agreement to be valid, it must be witnessed by either two (2) adults or a Notary Public. Unlike many states, there are no requirements that these adults be unrelated to either the Principal or the Agent, but this is usually recommended, as it will help reduce the chances of the agreement being declared invalid by a Court.