Minnesota Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

The Minnesota Revocation of Power of Attorney is a legally-binding form that serves as a written instrument representing the Principal’s decision to revoke a Power of Attorney. It is compliant with state revocation laws, as § 523.11 stipulates that, “An executed power of attorney may be revoked only by a written instrument of revocation.” As per this law, in order for the revocation be put into effect, “actual notice of the revocation” must be given to any relevant parties to the Power of Attorney (such as the Agent and any entities or Government departments involved).


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State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers of Attorney

Signing Requirements  (§ 523.11): The POA must be signed by the Principal. If they will get another party to sign on their behalf, or they will sign by mark, the POA must be acknowledged by a Notary Public.

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