The donee of a lasting power of attorney1, or a person named for the purposes of such power2, may give notice to the Public Guardian3, or make an application to the court4, objecting to the registration of the instrument creating the power5.
The grounds on which the donee or a named person may notify his objection to the Public Guardian are that the instrument has been revoked by:
(1) the donor's bankruptcy6;
(2) the disclaimer of the appointment by the donee7;
(3) the death or bankruptcy of the donee or, if the donee is a trust corporation8, its winding-up or
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