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Where a sole appointed attorney of an unregistered enduring power of attorney (EPA) disclaims and refuses to act under, or register, the power is it possible to apply directly to the Court of Protection for the appointment of a professional deputy? Are there any other solutions to the situation available?

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Published on LexisPSL on 29/06/2016

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  • Where a sole appointed attorney of an unregistered enduring power of attorney (EPA) disclaims and refuses to act under, or register, the power is it possible to apply directly to the Court of Protection for the appointment of a professional deputy? Are there any other solutions to the situation available?

Where a sole appointed attorney of an unregistered enduring power of attorney (EPA) disclaims and refuses to act under, or register, the power is it possible to apply directly to the Court of Protection for the appointment of a professional deputy? Are there any other solutions to the situation available?

See Practice Note: EPAs—revocation and disclaimer which looks at the ways in which an enduring power of attorney (EPA) can be brought to an end before registration. The three forms of revocation (automatic revocation, revocation by the donor and revocation by the court) are explained as are the procedures involved. Disclaimer by the

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