Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney


Overview
The Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney is used to give notice that a previously granted power of attorney has been revoked. 
A grantor that is revoking a power must give the agent written notice that his or her agency is revoked.  This revocation can be done orally if time is critical, but must be followed promptly by the written notice.  
A grantor that is revoking a power must inform anyone that has dealt with your agent that the power of attorney has been revoked.  
If the original power of attorney was filed publicly, the grantor should also file the notice of revocation in the same place the power of attorney was filed.

When You Need It
-To revoke a particular power of attorney.
-To revoke all previously granted powers of attorney.

Getting Started

You will need:
-The name and address of the person whose power to act on behalf of the Grantor is being terminated.
-The name and address of the Grantor.
-The title and date of the specific document being terminated.
-Any location the document being terminated was filed

When to Review and Revise 
-To correct or revise an earlier Revocation which was ineffective or invalid.