Revocation of Power of Attorney

Simply complete the Revocation of Power of Attorney form below then click on View Results to see your completed contract.

LawDepot's Revocation of Power of Attorney is ideal for:

  • cancelling a previously granted power of attorney.

A power of attorney can be revoked by a written instrument of revocation signed by or on behalf of the person who granted the power.

We regularly maintain this contract. Last Modified: August 2014
Revocation of Power of Attorney Details
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This software has the flexibility to let you quickly create the Revocation of Power of Attorney you want. It does this by providing many options with appropriate defaults.

Ensure that your information and the details of your attorney/attorney-in-fact are filled in correctly and completely.
Governing Law

Province:
Your Information The person who gives or revokes authority can be referred to as a donor, grantor, granter or principal.

Name:
Gender:
Address:
Town/City:
Province:
Attorney Information An attorney or attorney-in-fact is the person that you have entrusted with powers.

How many Attorneys were acting on your behalf?
Name:
Address:
Town/City:
Province:

Details of Your Power of Attorney

When did you sign your power of attorney?
(e.g. January 1, 2004)
Signing Details of Revocation

Location where document will be executed (signed):
City/Town:
Province:

Would you like to include a witness certificate acknowledging the mental capacity of the donor/grantor?
You should only request a witness certificate if you are revoking a durable power of attorney (a power of attorney which is effective even after you have become mentally incapable). The witness certificate confirms that you are mentally capable of understanding this document.

Can I still revoke my Power of Attorney if I become incompetent?

An ordinary power of attorney is automatically revoked if the person who made it is found to be incompetent, but a durable/enduring power of attorney can only be revoked by the person who made it while that person is mentally competent.

Agreement to be signed: