An Ordinary Power of Attorney (OPOA) is created for a fixed period of time when the Donor is unable to act and wants someone else to have the authority to act on his or her behalf. We offer two versions that grant different powers. For use in England and Wales.
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An Ordinary Power of Attorney is created for a set period of time in cases where the Donor is going abroad or is unable to act for some other reason and wishes someone else to have the authority to act on his or her behalf. The Ordinary Power of Attorney will usually end either at a specified time or upon the request of the Donor at any time using a Deed of Revocation. It will automatically be revoked if the Donor loses mental capacity. An Ordinary Power of Attorney form does not have to be registered.
An Ordinary Power of Attorney can be revoked using a Deed of Revocation. It is important to note that when using a Deed of Revocation you have to send a copy of the deed to each and every Attorney. The Attorney's authority to act on behalf of the Donor doesn't end until he or she is notified that the PoA has been revoked.
We offer two Ordinary Power of Attorneys: one that allows the appointed Attorneys to act on behalf of the Donor in nearly all the Donor's property and financial affairs and one that limits the powers to operating bank accounts (including signing cheques). Both Ordinary Power of Attorneys allow the Donor to appoint up to four Attorneys.
Ordinary Power of Attorney (General) Package: This Ordinary Power of Attorney gives the Attorney authority to take decisions and actions on behalf of the Donor, as if the Donor were taking them himself or herself, in relation to nearly all the Donor's property and financial affairs. This could include buying or selling property or shares, signing cheques etc. It doesn't let the Attorney act where the Donor has as a trustee or personal representative (i.e. where the Donor is the co-owner of land or the administrator of someone's estate). The package includes the Ordinary Power of Attorney itself and a Deed of Revocation. For use in England & Wales.
Power of Attorney (Banks/Cheques) Package: If the Donor doesn't want to give the Attorney a wide-ranging, general power he or she can limit the Attorney's activities to specific areas of the Donor's property and financial affairs, such as operating bank/building society accounts or signing cheques. The package includes two Ordinary Power of Attorney Documents, (one for operating accounts and one for signing cheques) and a Deed of Revocation. For use in England and Wales.
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If you are looking for a document similar to an Ordinary Power of Attorney for use in Scotland you can find it here: General Power of Attorney.