An Utah Limited Power of Attorney Form is used when the Principal wishes to limit the Attorney-in-Fact’s power by giving them a single power. This is typically used for a Principal who is fully capable of managing the power granted by this agreement but wishes to delegate it for a variety of reasons, but doesn’t wish to grant their Attorney-in-Fact the broader powers granted by a General Power of Attorney.
Under Utah state law, in order a Power of Attorney agreement to be valid it must be signed and dated by either a Notary Public or one (1) witness. There are no restrictions on who this witness can be (IE, they can be a relative, employee, etc.) It should therefore be fairly easy for a Principal to reach the witness requirement in Utah.