Continuing and welfare power of attorney
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Continuing and welfare power of attorney

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  • Continuing and welfare power of attorney

By

[name of granter]

In favour of

[names(s) of Attorney(s)]

(Continuing and Welfare Attorney(s))

[year]

[Agent details]

Ref: [...]

I, [name of granter], residing at [granter’s address], hereby appoint:

    1. 1

      [name and address of first continuing Attorney] [and/whom failing name and address of second/substitute continuing Attorney] [and so on] to act as my Continuing Attorney(s) (my Continuing Attorney(s)) in terms of section 15 of the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 (which Act and subsequent amendments of it are referred to in this Power of Attorney(s) as the Act) from the date of this Power of Attorney(s) with the General Powers defined hereafter and particular powers specified in clauses 1 to 13 inclusive (Continuing (Financial) Powers) and clause 15 of this Power of Attorney(s); and

    1. 2

      [name and address of first welfare Attorney] [and/whom failing name and address of second/substitute welfare Attorney] [and so on] to act as my Welfare Attorney(s) (my Welfare Attorney(s)) in terms of section 16 of the Act with the General Powers defined hereafter and particular powers specified in clause 14 (Welfare Powers) and clause 15 of this Power of Attorney.

Declaring that:

  1. I intend this Power of Attorney(s) to be a Continuing and Welfare Power of Attorney as defined in Sections 15 and 16 of the Act;

  2. My Continuing Attorney(s) shall be entitled to exercise the Continuing (Financial) Powers and my Welfare Attorney(s) shall be entitled to exercise the Welfare

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