The Connecticut Statutory Power of Attorney is pursuant to the Connecticut Statutory Power of Attorney Act, and simply means that using this form one wishes to grant the authority and permission to make decisions or act on behalf of oneself to someone else. The person providing the authority is known as the grantor and the person receiving the power is know as the attorney-in-fact. This form can only be used in the state of Connecticut.
How to Fill the Connecticut Statutory Power of Attorney Form
The form begins with a notice which explains the Power of Attorney Law in the state, followed by the full and legal name of the grantor (first, middle, last) along with the full and legal name (first, middle, last), town and state of the attorney-in-facts/s or corporation/s who shall represent the grantor and that their decision shall be as equal to as theirs only in matters confirmed in the form.
In the next section, a list of sectors or fields is mentioned and the fields in which the principal wishes the attorney-in-fact to represent them must be chosen. These fields include; real estate transactions; chattel and goods transactions; bond, share and commodity transactions; banking transactions; business operating transactions; insurance transactions; estate transactions; claims and litigation; personal relationships and affairs; benefits from military service; records, reports and statements and / or all other matters. If there are any other additional powers they need to be listed below the list.
Lastly, the document needs to be signed and dated by the grantor followed by the signature and the name of two witnesses. This document also needs to be notarized by the Notary Public for it to be considered legal.