Revocation of power of attorney and appointment of a new attorney
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About this document
This deed of Revocation of Power of Attorney serves dual purpose of appointing the new attorney as well making the replacement an easy exercise besides irrefutable and faultless.
The new attorney is given all the powers as earlier one and there is essentially no change. The change in scope of powers granted to the new attorney is however possible.
Any one wanting to appoint a new Power of Attorney (Special or General) replacing the earlier attorney by way of a single deed of power of attorney.
Application and features
- all usual basic provisions to protect your interest;
- explanatory notes to cover every issue including need for stamp duty and registration;
- flexible to suit peculiar situations;
- compliance with existing laws;
- covers all eventualities required to be addressed for appointment of a new Power of Attorney;
- validity of actions until the date of execution of the new deed of power of attorney.
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