California Revocation of Power of Attorney
Under California law, you must notify your attorney-in-fact in writing that you are revoking his/her authority. You can do that with this Revocation of Power of Attorney form.
- You can revoke your Power of Attorney at any time, so long as you are mentally competent.
- You should give a copy of the signed Revocation form to your attorney-in-fact, and to every third party (such as your bank) who has a copy of the Power of Attorney on file.
- If you don't notify them in writing, neither your attorney-in-fact nor the third party can be held legally liable for relying on the Power of Attorney.
This California Revocation of Power of Attorney
form is provided in MS Word format.
Last Updated: 14-April-2016