Revocation of Power of Attorney
Revoke a Power of Attorney easily and quickly with our template Deed of Revocation.
- Suitable for use with all types of Powers of Attorney.
- Solicitor drafted in clear English for ease of use.
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- Draft, store and print your completed document online.
Deed of Revocation of a Power of Attorney
A Deed of Revocation can be used to terminate any type of General Power of Attorney.
You may have a number of reasons for cancelling the Power of Attorney you have in place. You may no longer trust the person handling your affairs to act in your best interests, or you may have simply returned from your travels or recovered from ill health and no longer need the attorney to act on your behalf. The Deed of Revocation will terminate and render ineffective the General Power of Attorney agreement that you have in place. The document will provide written confirmation that you have revoked the General Power of Attorney and that the attorney no longer has the authority to act on your behalf.
The Deed of Revocation cannot be used if you have been declared mentally incompetent. The only way to revoke a Power of Attorney in these circumstances would be through the courts after a medical professional has declared you competent to act.
Using the Deed of Revocation of a Power of Attorney
The Deed of Revocation document is a template that can be easily and fully edited to ensure it meets your requirements. The template has been drafted by our team of in-house Solicitors for legal certainty.
A witness must counter sign the Deed to confirm that you are the correct person and that you have indeed chosen to revoke the General Power of Attorney that is in place. Copies of the signed and witnessed Deed of Revocation document must be given to the attorney and any third parties who are involved in the matter. We recommend that you make copies for this purpose and keep the original somewhere safe such as a Solicitor's deeds storage facility.
We provide a full range of Powers of Attorney documents including a General Power of Attorney and Lasting Power of Attorney, along with comprehensive information in our Guide to the Types of Power of Attorney and guide on How to Create a Power of Attorney.
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