This Limited Power of Attorney is used by an individual to grant specific powers to anagent. This document specifies parti...
© Copyright 2011 Docstoc Inc. registered document proprietary, copy not 2LIMITED POWER OF ATTORNEY(Provisions to Specify P...
© Copyright 2011 Docstoc Inc. registered document proprietary, copy not 3Third parties may rely upon the representations o...
© Copyright 2011 Docstoc Inc. registered document proprietary, copy not 4_________________________________________________...
© Copyright 2011 Docstoc Inc. registered document proprietary, copy not 5ACKNOWLEDGMENTState of CaliforniaCounty of ______...
© Copyright 2011 Docstoc Inc. registered document proprietary, copy not 6NOTICE: THESE CAN BE THE SAMPLE POWERS AS MENTION...
© Copyright 2011 Docstoc Inc. registered document proprietary, copy not 7 Tax Returns: To prepare and execute any tax ret...
© Copyright 2011 Docstoc Inc. registered document proprietary, copy not 8INFORMATION AND FORMS ARE PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOU...
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California limited power of attorney (provisions to specify powers with samples)

  1. 1. This Limited Power of Attorney is used by an individual to grant specific powers to anagent. This document specifies particular acts that an Attorney-in-Fact may perform onbehalf of the individual. Unlike a general power of attorney, which allows the Attorney-in-Fact to perform all acts the individual could do personally, this document limits the Attorney-in-Facts authority to perform certain functions. Some common powers granted arecollection of debts, borrowing money, and acquisition of property. This form is highlycustomizable and should be used by individuals located in California wishing to grant onlycertain powers to an agent.DISCLAIMERS: ALL INFORMATION AND FORMS ARE PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OROTHERWISE, INCLUDING AS TO THEIR LEGAL EFFECT AND COMPLETENESS. They are for general guidance and should be modified by you o r yourattorney to meet your specific needs and the laws of your state. Use at your own risk. Docstoc, its employees or contractors who wrote or modified anyform, are NOT providing legal or any other kind of advice and are not creating or entering into an Attorney-Client relationship. The information and formsare not a substitute for the advice of your own attorney. Use of this document and our service are deemed to be your acknowledgement and agreement tothe following: The disclaimers and links on this page and the back page(s); our Terms of Service (http://www.docstoc.com/popterm.aspx?page_id=15), andread more here (http://www.docstoc.com/popterm.aspx?page_id=114) for additional disclaimers and more. You also agree that if you are not the personusing the document and services that you will provide such person(s) who will be with these front and back disclaimer pages. This document is notapproved, endorsed by, or affiliated with any State, or governmental or licensing entity.Entire document copyright © Docstoc®, Inc., 2010 - 2013. All Rights ReservedDocstoc®LegalAgreements
  2. 2. © Copyright 2011 Docstoc Inc. registered document proprietary, copy not 2LIMITED POWER OF ATTORNEY(Provisions to Specify Powers with Samples Included)KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS that I ________________________[Instruction: Insert the name of Principal] residing at _______________________________[Instruction: Insert the Address of Principal], (hereinafter termed as the “Principal”) dohereby make, constitute and appoint ________________________ [Instruction: Insert thename of Agent] residing at_______________________________ [Instruction: Insert theaddress of Agent] (hereinafter termed as my “Attorney-in-Fact”) as my true and lawful attorneyto act with the following limited powers:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________[Instruction: Insert the powers that are given to the Attorney-in-Fact][Comment: See sample powers included at the end of this form]FURTHER, I do authorize my aforesaid Attorney-in-Fact to execute, acknowledge and deliverany instrument under seal or otherwise, and to do all things necessary to carry out the intenthereof, hereby granting unto my Attorney-in-Fact full power and authority to act in andconcerning the premises as fully and effectually as I may do if personally present, limited,however, to the purpose for which this Limited Power of Attorney is executed.PROVIDED, however, that all business transacted hereunder for me or for my account shall betransacted in my name, and that all endorsements and instruments executed by my Attorney-in-Fact for the purpose of carrying out the foregoing powers shall contain my name, followed bythat of my Attorney-in-Fact.I further declare that any act or thing lawfully done hereunder and within the powers hereinstated by my Attorney-in-Fact shall be binding on myself and my heirs, legal and personalrepresentatives and assigns, whether the same shall have been done either before or after mydeath, or other revocation of this instrument, unless and until reliable intelligence or noticethereof shall have been received by my Attorney-in-Fact.This Power of Attorney shall be:[Comment: Choose any one option as applicable and mark it “X”](___) Non-Durable;(___) Durable and shall not be affected by any subsequent disability or incompetence.
  3. 3. © Copyright 2011 Docstoc Inc. registered document proprietary, copy not 3Third parties may rely upon the representations of my Attorney-in-Fact as to all matters relatingto any power granted to him/her hereunder, and no person who may act in reliance upon therepresentations of my Attorney-in-Fact or the authority granted to him/her shall incur anyliability to the principal or his/her estate as result of permitting the Attorney-in-Fact to exerciseany power.IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this _______ [Month]______ [Date], 20_______________________________________[Instruction: Insert signature of Principal]_____________________________________________[Instruction: Insert printed/typed name of Principal]___________________________________[Instruction: Insert signature of Agent]_____________________________________________[Instruction: Insert printed/typed name of Agent]Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of:_____________________________________[Instruction: Insert signature of Witness #1]__________________________________________________________________________________________[Instruction: Insert name and address of Witness #1]_____________________________________[Instruction: Insert signature of Witness #2]
  4. 4. © Copyright 2011 Docstoc Inc. registered document proprietary, copy not 4__________________________________________________________________________________________[Instruction: Insert name and address of Witness #2]
  5. 5. © Copyright 2011 Docstoc Inc. registered document proprietary, copy not 5ACKNOWLEDGMENTState of CaliforniaCounty of __________________I, the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for said County in said State, hereby certify that______________, who is known to me, acknowledged before me on this day that, beinginformed of the contents of the instrument, he/she executed the same voluntarily on the day thesame bears date.Given under my hand and official seal this the ________ day of ________, ____.__________________________________Notary PublicMy Commission Expires: ______________(SEAL)
  6. 6. © Copyright 2011 Docstoc Inc. registered document proprietary, copy not 6NOTICE: THESE CAN BE THE SAMPLE POWERS AS MENTIONED ABOVE. Collection of Debts: Allowing to demand, collect, sue for, receive, recover and give receiptor release for any monies, debts, dividends, interests, royalties, legacies, annuities, demands,discounts, income, rents, profits, securities or other property of any sort, now or hereafter dueor becoming due to me or to which I may be or hereafter become entitled. Borrowing Money: To borrow money in my name when deemed necessary to my saidAttorney-in-Fact, upon such terms as to my said Attorney-in-Fact appear proper and toexecute such instruments as may be requisite for such purpose. Endorsements:a. To endorse and negotiate for any and all purposes all promissory notes, bills of exchange,checks, drafts or other negotiable or non-negotiable paper payable to me or to my order;b. To endorse for transfer of all certificates of stock, bond or other securities;c. To endorse and cash United States Savings Bonds and notes. Executing Government Vouchers: To execute vouchers in my behalf for any and allallowances, compensation and reimbursements properly payable to me by the Governmentof the United States or any agency or department thereof. Depositing Money and Other Property: To deposit in my Attorney-in-Facts or my name,or jointly in both our names, in any banking institution, funds or property, and to withdrawany part or all of my deposits at any time made by me in my behalf. Litigation: To institute, maintain, defend, compromise, arbitrate or otherwise dispose of,any and all actions, suits, attachments or other legal proceedings for or against me. Acquisition of Property: To buy, receive, lease, accept or otherwise acquire in my nameand for my account property, real, personal or mixed, upon such terms, considerations andconditions as my said Attorney-in-Fact shall think proper. Recovering Possession of Property: To eject, remove or relieve tenants or other personsfrom, and recover possession of, any property, real, personal or mixed property in which Inow or hereafter may have an interest.
  7. 7. © Copyright 2011 Docstoc Inc. registered document proprietary, copy not 7 Tax Returns: To prepare and execute any tax returns, including, but not limited to, Federalincome tax returns, State income tax returns, Social Security tax returns and Federal andState information and estimated returns; to execute any claims for refund, protests,applications for abatement, petitions to the United States Board of Tax Appeals or any otherBoard or Court, Federal or State, consents and waivers to determination and assessment oftaxes and consents and waivers agreeing to a later determination and assessment of taxesthan is provided by statute of limitations; to receive and endorse and collect any checks insettlement of any refund of taxes; to examine and to request and receive copies of any taxreturns, reports and other information from the United States Treasury Department or anyother taxing authority, Federal or State, in connection with any of the foregoing matters. Automobiles: To execute and deliver to the proper persons and authority any and alldocuments, instruments and papers necessary to effect proper registration of any automobilein which I now or may hereafter have an interest, or the sale thereof and transfer of legaltitle thereto as required by law, and to collect and receipt for all monies paid inconsideration of such sale and transfer. Disposition of Property: To sell, assign, transfer, convey, exchange, deed, mortgage,pledge, lease, let, license, demise, remise, quitclaim, bargain or otherwise dispose of any orall of my real estate, stocks, bonds, evidences of indebtedness and other securities and otherpersonal tangible and intangible or mixed property, or any custody, possession, interest orright therein at public or private sale, upon such terms, consideration and conditions as mysaid Attorney-in-Fact shall deem advisable and to execute, acknowledge and deliver suchinstruments and writings of whatsoever.
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