A donee of a lasting power of attorney1 must be an individual who has reached the age of 182, unless the power relates only to the donor's property3 and affairs, in which case the donee may be either such an individual or a trust corporation4. An individual who is bankrupt or is a person in relation to whom a debt relief order is made5 may not be appointed as donee of a lasting power of attorney in relation to the donor's property and affairs6.
An instrument used to create a lasting power of attorney cannot give the donee7 power to
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