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General power of attorney (Northern Ireland)

Granting a general power of attorney allows someone else (the appointed attorney) the authority to manage your (the donor's) affairs for a set period of time, for example, whilst overseas for a couple of years. This particular general power of attorney is suitable for use in Northern Ireland only.

As a general power of attorney becomes invalid if you become mentally incapable, it is not suitable for managing the affairs of ailing relatives, unless they are of sound mind, and an enduring power of attorney should be used instead.

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  • Version: 12667.1.7
  • Last updated: 25 Nov 2020