special power of attorney

Definition of "special power of attorney"
  1. A document that grants the agent permission to conduct a specific business activity on behalf of the principal
How to use "special power of attorney" in a sentence
  1. The principal signed a special power of attorney to allow the agent to sell her property while she was abroad.
  2. A special power of attorney was used to give the agent the authority to handle the principal's stock trades.
  3. To ensure the business continued smoothly during his illness, the owner issued a special power of attorney delegating certain responsibilities to his trusted manager.

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