A power of attorney is an enduring power1 if the instrument which creates the power:
(1) is in the prescribed form2;
(2) was executed in the prescribed manner by the donor and the attorney3; and
(3) incorporated at the time of execution by the donor the prescribed explanatory information4.
An instrument in the prescribed form purporting to have been executed in the prescribed manner is to be taken, in the absence of evidence to the contrary, to be a document which incorporated at the time of execution by the donor the prescribed explanatory information
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