Idaho Revocation of Power of Attorney Form
The Idaho Revocation of Power of Attorney is a document that a Principal can make use of at any time if they wish to put an end to an existing Power of Attorney (POA). It can be utilized regardless of the terms of a given POA. For instance, it can be used to terminate a POA earlier than the agreed-upon date. Moreover, it can be used to put an end to a Durable POA. This is particularly noteworthy because as § 15-12-301 states, the Agent’s authority will continue until the Principal’s death unless they revoke the POA or the Agent resigns.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney Act
Signing Requirements (§ 15-12-110) – While state law permits Power of Attorney forms to be revoked via a Revocation of Power of Attorney form, it does not state any specific signing requirements for it to be deemed as valid. However, it is generally recommended by legal experts that any legal form is authorized by a Notary Public.