224. Revocation of lasting power by donor or court.

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:

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    (1)     that fraud or undue pressure was used to induce