621. Revocation of lasting powers of attorney.

If a donor ('P') has executed an instrument with a view to creating a lasting power of attorney, or a lasting power of attorney is registered as having been conferred by P, P may, at any time when he has capacity1 to do so, revoke the power2.

Other events automatically terminate a lasting power of attorney. P's bankruptcy revokes the power so far as it relates to P's property and affairs (although not his personal welfare), although interim bankruptcy restrictions orders do not bring a power of attorney to an end but have the effect of suspending the power