Pennsylvania Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

Once a Pennsylvania Revocation of Power of Attorney is completed and provided to the respective Agent it serves as notice of the Principal’s decision to revoke a given Power of Attorney. These actions in turn meet the provisions in state law regarding Power of Attorney revocations. Specifically, § 5605 states that “Power of attorney not revoked until notice.” To be clear, this means that the Principal must both a) complete this revocation form b) furnish a copy to their Agent/s. If they do not complete the latter part, the Agent will lawfully be able to continue exercising any powers set forth by the Power of Attorney the Principal wishes to revoke.

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State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers of Attorney

Signing Requirements – State law does not specify any signing requirements for a Revocation of Power of Attorney. However, it is strongly advised that in order to ensure the process of revoking a Power of Attorney is conducted in a lawful manner, thelegis.state.pa.us/…/CT/HTM/20/00.056..HTM Principal follows the signing requirements stated for a Power of Attorney. That is, in line with § 5601(b), the Principal signs the form before two (2) witnesses and a Notary Public.