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Lovely Nation   24 July 2021

power of attorney

my father who has special power of attorney died can i continue the case with new power of atorney in my name or what to do further


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Advocate Bhartesh goyal (advocate)     24 July 2021

Yes, you can continue case  but you have to obtain Poa from principal.

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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,

Regards,

Srishti

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