An enduring power of attorney1 is revoked by the bankruptcy2 of the donor or the attorney or the making of a debt relief order3 (although if the donor or attorney is bankrupt merely because an interim bankruptcy restrictions order4 has effect in respect of him or where the donor or attorney is subject to an interim debt relief restrictions order, the power is only suspended for so long as the order has effect5). An enduring power is also revoked if the court6 so
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