Where a lasting power of attorney has been executed or registered, the Court of Protection1 may determine any question relating to whether one or more of the requirements for the creation of a lasting power of attorney have been met and whether the power has been revoked or has otherwise come to an end2. Under certain circumstances the court may direct that the instrument purporting to create a lasting power of attorney is not to be registered3 and it may revoke the instrument where the donor lacks capacity to
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