The Arizona General Power of Attorney Form is, as the name implies, the most general example of Power of Attorney Forms. This gives the Attorney-in-Fact the right to act on behalf of the Principal in most, but not all, situations. These include Property transfers (both Real Estate, such as renting residential property, and personal such as selling a vehicle) and finances, both personal and business related. This however does not include medical and health care related decisions, and a separate Medical Power of Attorney form would be required for this.
Unlike a Durable Power of Attorney agreement, this kind of POA agreement will become void if the Principal is rendered incapacitated. In addition, a General Power of Attorney form must have a specified end date, and will either end then or when the Principal elects to end it.