California Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

The California Revocation of Power of Attorney (POA) is a document created by the Principal of a Power of Attorney who wishes for it to discontinue. It is strongly recommended that both parties familiarize themselves with the provisions found in Section 3 of the Powers of Attorney Act. This section, named the Modification and Revocation of Powers of Attorney, contains important information about the process of revoking a POA. Notably, it states that revoking a POA in writing is one of only two ways a POA may be legally revoked.

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers of Attorney

Signing Requirements (§ 4153) – The law is completely silent on the matter of signing requirements a Principal must uphold in order for a Revocation of Power of Attorney form to be lawfully executed. That being said, any Principal who wishes to revoke a Power of Attorney via such means is strongly advised to sign the form before a Notary Public.