South Carolina Limited Power of Attorney Form

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A South Carolina Limited Power of Attorney Form is designed to give the Attorney-in-Fact a single power from the Principal or a single task to perform on behalf of the Principal. This is usually for a Principal who wishes to delegate specific task to an Attorney-in-Fact who is more qualified or available to perform, such as filing taxes or selling property.

The Principal should be aware that, unlike most states, a South Caroline Power of Attorney agreement requires both a Notary Public and two (2) adult witnesses. Most states require one or the other, so the Principal should plan ahead, and be ready to find all three required witnesses, although most law offices will have at least a Notary Public available.