Vermont Limited Power of Attorney Form

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The Vermont Limited Power of Attorney Form is designed to give the Agent a single fixed power or set of powers. Usually this is to perform a specific action or task on behalf of the Principal, such as filing taxes, purchasing or selling a car or paying bills.

These agreements are usually not Springing, or Durable, as they are primarily used by a Principal who is capable, both legally and technically, of performing the actions contained within the agreement, but wishes to delegate or get some assistance. This agreement is generally considered a safer Power of Attorney agreement than the General one, as it comes with less responsibility and with it, less potential for abuse.