The Ohio Limited (Special) Power of Attorney can be adjusted to the needs of the principal party. Some of the more generic POAs will only offer broad, sweeping powers, whereas this one provides the ability to convey a more specific task. To accomplish the conveyance, all the grantor will have to do is identify themselves and the attorney-in-fact within the form, describe the exact duty they would like conducted, and provide their endorsement in front of an individual who has the capability of notarizing the instrument.
Definition – “Power of attorney” means a writing or other record that grants authority to an agent to act in the place of the principal, whether or not the term power of attorney is used (§ 1337.22(G)).
Signing Requirements – Acknowledgment of Notary Public (§ 1337.25)