Lovely Nation 24 July 2021
Advocate Bhartesh goyal (advocate) 24 July 2021
Yes, you can continue case but you have to obtain Poa from principal.
srishti jain 26 July 2021
As per your query,
The person appointed power of attorney has the legal right to make financial, medical, or legal decisions on the principal’s behalf.
A power of attorney is terminated in the case where the principal or the agent of the POA dies. If no alternate has been named, then a new POA has to be signed. If the person giving the POA is incapacitated, then you may need to go and get guardianship and a conservatorship established.
Hope it helps,