The donor may, at any time when he has capacity1 to do so, revoke a registered instrument creating a lasting power of attorney2. The donor's bankruptcy or the making of a debt relief order3 also revokes the instrument and power so far as it relates to his property4 and affairs5, and the Public Guardian must cancel the registration of an instrument as a lasting power of attorney on being satisfied that the power has been so revoked6.
The court7 may revoke a registered power, if the donor lacks capacity to do so8, if it is satisfied either:
(1) that fraud
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