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anand das (service)     23 March 2012

Queries on power of attorney

1. Is 'Irrevocable Power of Attorney' illegal in eyes of law?

2. What happens to Power of Attorney after death of it's executor? Does POA holder carries power even after death of executor of POA.?

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sridhar pasumarthy (ADVOCATE)     23 March 2012

1. NO

2. If principal dies, power of attorney comes to an end i.e. it stands revoked automatically.  Whereas, death of principal will have no affect  in case of Irrevocable power of attorney.

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anand das (service)     23 March 2012

that means 'Irreocable power of attorney' continues even after executor of POA dies ? Will legal heirs of POA executor not dispute this? Is this a settled law by supreme court?

pls guide. Thanks for your earlier reply.

-anand 

sridhar pasumarthy (ADVOCATE)     23 March 2012

yes is the answer

anand das (service)     23 March 2012

Thank you very much. Grateful to you. 


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