A notice of objection to the registration of an instrument creating an enduring power1 is valid if the objection is made on one or more of the following grounds:
(1) that the power purported to have been created by the instrument was not valid as an enduring power of attorney2;
(2) that the power created by the instrument no longer subsists3;
(3) that the application is premature because the donor is not yet becoming mentally incapable4;
(4) that fraud or undue pressure was used to induce the donor to create the power
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