224. Revocation of lasting power by donor or court.

The donor may, at any time when he has capacity1 to do so, revoke an instrument executed with a view to creating a lasting power of attorney2. The donor's bankruptcy or the making of a debt relief order3 also revokes the instrument so far as it relates to his property4 and affairs5.

The court6 may revoke an instrument purporting to create a lasting power of attorney, if the donor lacks capacity to do so7, if it is satisfied either:


    (1)     that fraud or undue pressure was used to induce the donor to execute an instrument for the purpose of creating