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Revocation of Enduring Power of Attorney (QLD)

A Revocation of Enduring Power of Attorney is a legal document that gives you the ability to revoke an enduring power of attorney that you previously gave.


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If you give someone the power of attorney to manage your affairs they can legally act on your behalf until their powers are officially revoked. As the principal (the person granting this power), it is within your rights to revoke your attorney's powers at any time for any reason, as long as you maintain legal capacity. This revocation is effective for both general and enduring powers of attorney. For a simpler revocation that is only effective for general powers of attorney, see Revocation of General Power of Attorney (QLD).

It is strongly advised that any customisation of this form should be restricted to the fields in the questionnaire, as the legislation requires specific wording to be used. Where text remains that is not applicable to your circumstances, such as the text relating to how multiple attorneys will exercise their powers, this text should be left in its original form.


The attorney(s) appointed under the original power of attorney need to be notified of the revocation for the revocation to be effective. It is also good practice to notify any parties with whom the attorney(s) may have had dealings in exercising that role.

You should notify Titles Queensland of the revocation if the power of attorney gave the power to deal with land and/or was registered at Titles Queensland.

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