An application for the registration of an enduring power1 must be made in the prescribed form2. The Public Guardian must not register an instrument where only a certified copy of the instrument is sent with the application, unless the applicant verifies that he cannot produce the original instrument because it has been lost or, as the case may be, destroyed3.
Any person who, in an application for registration, makes a statement which he knows to be false in a material particular is guilty of an offence
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