When can a power of attorney be revoked

When can a power of attorney be revoked

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A Power of Attorney can be revoked at any time by the Principal. The Revocation Deed should also be duly registered with the Registrar's Office where the Power of Attorney was registered. Once revoked actions of the agent shall not bind the principal.

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Power of Attorney (POA) can be revoked by the Principal anytime before the Attorney execute sale deed using the said POA.

Please make sure that your Agent has not executed any Deed based on the POA.

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