Florida Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney

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This form is used to give notice that a previously granted Power of Attorney has been revoked.

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A Power of Attorney is a legal document where an individual (known as a Principal or Grantor) grants to another the power to act on their behalf. These types of documents are often seen in the context of business or real estate transactions.

This Florida Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney form revokes a Power of Attorney that has been created. More often than not, it is required that these documents are in writing. After the document is signed, the Grantor should distribute the executed document to everyone that may be affected, such as the Agent (the Attorney-in-Fact) and any applicable financial institutions and real estate advisors. To be in compliance with the law, this form should be witnessed by two people that are not party to the agreement. It is recommended that this form is notarized after it has been executed (signed).

This Form Contains these Key Provisions:
  • Revocation: This form revokes the powers previously given to the attorney-in-fact.
  • Witnesses: This form should be witnessed by two people not a party to the agreement.
  • Notary Acknowledgment: The form contains a space for proper notarization.

This Package Contains:
  1. Checklist and Instructions for Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney
  2. Information about Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney
  3. Florida Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney Form.
Law Compliance: This document is in compliance with the laws of Florida.
Number of Pages3
DimensionsDesigned for Letter Size (8.5" x 11")
EditableYes (.doc, .wpd and .rtf)
UsageUnlimited number of prints
Product number#17558
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