The Arizona Special Power of Attorney Form can be used when the grantor or principal wants to assign an attorney-in-fact or agent to perform some specific tasks on behalf of himself. These task can be anything from selling or leasing an apartment or property to just a simple business transaction and this document becomes ineffective once the task is completed or ends upon the principal’s death or revocation.
How to Fill the Arizona Special Power of Attorney Form
The form begins with the selection of the type of power of attorney which would either be special (that has a beginning and end date) or durable (that ends upon Principal’s death or revocation) followed by the full and legal name of the principal (first, middle, last), complete address with the county, state and the zip code and the DOB along with the full and legal name of the attorney-in-fact (first, middle, last), complete address with the county, state and the zip code and the DOB.
In the third section, the powers that are to be allotted to the attorney-in-fact are to be mentioned certifying that he has the complete authority to act on behalf of the principal in the aforementioned genres. After that the start & the end date of the special or durable power of attorney needs to be stated followed by their procedures of revocation mentioned for reference.
Lastly, the name and the signature of the principal and the attorney need to be inked respectively confirming and certifying the same. This document also needs to be notarized by the Notary Public for it to be considered legal.