An instrument conferring a lasting power of attorney1 must include, in addition to the prescribed information2 and the donor's and donee's statements3, an 'LPA certificate'4, that is, a certificate that, in the opinion of the person making the certificate, at the time when the donor executes the instrument:
(1) the donor understands the purpose of the instrument and the scope of the authority conferred under it5;
(2) no fraud or undue pressure is being used to induce the donor to create a lasting power of attorney6; and
(3) there is nothing else which would prevent a lasting power of
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