California Revocation of Power of Attorney Form
A California Revocation of Power of Attorney (POA) is a document filled out by a principal (filer) to officially terminate an active power of attorney. It is strongly recommended that both parties familiarize themselves with the provisions found in Chapter 3 which contains important information about the process of revoking a POA.
It’s very important that principals understand that in the event they decide to revoke an active POA that they inform the Attorney-in-Fact immediately upon completing the form. If they do not sufficiently notify their agent, and he or she continues to act in within their permissions outlined in the original POA, the agent will be protected from all liability (as per § 4305).