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What is the difference between a general and a limited power of attorney?

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What is the difference between a general and a limited power of attorney?

Question: What is the difference between a general and a limited power of attorney?

Answer: A general power of attorney is very broad and covers everything that is detailed in the power of attorney. The limited power of attorney typically has a limited scope of activity or action that the power of attorney can take on your behalf and the duration the time of it might be limited to a certain period of time so that’s how they try to distinguish the fact that the power is limited that there is usually some limitations within the power of attorney.


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