Can a Corporation or LLC Designate a Non-Member to Act on its Behalf?

A corporation or limited liability company can authorize any person to act on its behalf through the proper process.

These authorizations usually are in writing, and can include the appointment of an attorney-in-fact to act on behalf of the entity using a Power of Attorney document.

The proper or authorized corporate or limited liability company personnel must sign the Power of Attorney document to make it binding on the entity.