Where an instrument creating an enduring power1 has been registered2 and the court3 is satisfied that the donor has done whatever is necessary in law to effect an express revocation of the power4 and was mentally capable5 of revoking a power of attorney when he did so (whether or not he is so when the court considers the application)6, the court must, on an application made for the purpose by or on behalf of the donor, confirm the revocation of the power7
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