Revoking a Power of Attorney | Terminating or canelling a Power of Attorney: New Legal Form + Video Guide!

Here comes Legal Form + Video Guide #23:

Revocation of Power of Attorney | Cancelling a Power of Attorney

This Ontario Agreement can be used by a Grantor (i.e. a person who made a Power of Attorney for Personal Care or a Continuing Power of Attorney for Property) to cancel or terminate a previously made Power of Attorney. Two witnesses are required to be present and see the Grantor signing this legal form. That’s why I included 2 AFFIDAVITS OF EXECUTION after the Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney. The two witnesses need to simply swear or affirm before a Commissioner for Taking Affidavits that they acted as witnesses. They can also attach the Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney to the Affidavit as Exhibit “A”.

Here’s the sample Video Guide that comes with this Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney (Ontario):

This information and this sample video guide is NOT legal advice and is provided for informational purposes only. If you need an Ontario lawyer, go to Dynamic Legal Forms and make a post.

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