Revocation of Power of Attorney
A Revocation of Power of Attorney is a legal document that gives you the ability to revoke a power of attorney that you previously gave.Get started
This document was prepared for the revocation of a general power of attorney. It may not be suitable for other types of power of attorneys.
If you give someone the power to manage your affairs they can legally act on your behalf until their powers are officially revoked. As the principal (the person who is granting power to the attorney), it is within your rights to revoke your attorney's powers at any time for any reason.
Revocations of Powers of Attorney in certain jurisdictions needs to be prepared using a particular form for registered power of attorneys. As a result, this document may not be usable in all circumstances. If your matter is complex in nature it is recommended you seek the advice of a lawyer.
Use this Revocation of Power of Attorney If:
- You want to revoke a power of attorney.
What does this Revocation of Power of Attorney cover?
- Revocation of power of attorney
- What Does Power of Attorney Mean?
- Power of Attorney: General v Enduring
- How Do I Make a Power of Attorney?
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