The New Hampshire Limited Power of Attorney Form is, as the name implies, designed to give the Attorney-in-Fact a single limited power. This is usually to perform a specific action on behalf of the Principal, such as filing taxes, selling a car or managing investments.
Under New Hampshire state law, this agreement must be witnessed by either a Notary Public or two (2) adults. Neither of these adults can be related to the Principal by blood, nor can they be employees at a hospital or other health care office the Principal attends. This is to prevent an agreement like this from being drafted and signed in a health care facility, with only the employees of said facility as witnesses.