Montana Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

State law, specifically § 72-31-310, provides for a number of circumstances in which a Power of Attorney (POA) may be terminated. The Montana Revocation of Power of Attorney is a legally-binding document that allows for a POA to be revoked by a Principal by effectively addressing two of these circumstances. Namely, it makes it possible for the Principal to revoke the POA and/or for the Principal wholly revokes the Agent’s authority. The other circumstances that will lead to the termination of a POA may be referred to in the section below.

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Additional Considerations

As mentioned above, there are six circumstances in which state law allows for a Power of Attorney to be terminated. In addition to the ones that a Revocation of Power of Attorney covers, the other circumstances are as follows:

  1. The Principal dies,
  2. The Principal either becomes incapacitated and the POA is not durable,
  3. The POA provides that it terminates,
  4. The purpose of the POA is accomplished, and/or
  5. The agent dies, becomes incapacitated, or resigns and the POA does not provide for another Agent to act under the POA.

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Signing Requirements (§ 72-31-310) – Revocation of Power of Attorney documents created in the state of Montana do not have any signing requirements attached to them. The Principal should, however, consider the considerable benefits of having their signature witnessed by disinterested witnesses and the document notarized by a Notary Public.