Delaware Revocation of Power of Attorney Form
The Delaware Revocation of Power of Attorney (POA) carries out a single request by the person who enacts it—to immediately terminate the terms of a given POA. The only person who may enact this form is the Principal of the POA. The Agent, as well as any other parties to the POA, should be promptly informed about the revocation, particularly given that the revocation will become effective as soon as the form is completed by the Principal. The Principal can do this by furnishing the parties with a copy of the completed revocation form.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Durable Personal Powers of Attorney Act
Signing Requirements (§ 49A-110) – As there are no state-mandated signing requirements for the valid execution of a Revocation of Power of Attorney, the Principal is urged to sign the form before an individual who is authorized to take acknowledgements, such as a Notary Public.