A donee of a power of attorney, who acts in pursuance of the power after it has been revoked, does not, by reason of the revocation, incur any liability either to the donor of the power or to any other person, if at the time of so acting he did not know of the revocation1. Where any person, without knowledge2 of the revocation of the power, deals with the donee of the power after its revocation, the transaction between them is, in favour of that person, as valid as if the power had then been in existence3. Where the
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