Power of attorney

Withdrawing a power of attorney

The power of attorney can be withdrawn at any time by you or the attorney.

If you have registered the power of attorney, you must.

  1. Complete the form to revoke the power of attorney
  2. Pay the fee.
  3. Submit your form and fee to the Land Titles Office.

Power of attorney can also be withdrawn if any of the following happen:

  • if you or the attorney die
  • if you or the attorney become legally incapacitated
  • if the attorney does not want to exercise the power anymore
  • you or your attorney become bankrupt
  • by a Supreme Court order.

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Last updated: 01 February 2016

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