Mississippi Revocation of Power of Attorney Form
The Mississippi Revocation of Power of Attorney is a document that will lawfully retract an active Power of Attorney. The only person who may execute this form is the Principal to a given Power of Attorney, who has the right to file it at any time. There are numerous reasons they may decide to do so, of which do not matter in a legal sense. What does matter, however, is that the Principal executes it in a conscious state, of their own volition. Another important consideration to keep in mind is that the signing requirements differ between a revocation of an Advance Health-Care Directive and other types of Power of Attorney.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws for Revocation of Power of Attorneys – Powers and Letters of Attorney
State Laws for Revocation of an Advance Health-Care Directive – Uniform Health-Care Decisions Act
Signing Requirements for an Advance Health-Care Directive (§ 41-41-207(1)) – The Principal may revoke the designation of an Agent either by “a signed writing or by personally informing the supervising health-care provider.”
Signing Requirements for Revocation of Power of Attorneys – Unlike revoking an Advance Health-Care Directive, no signing requirement are mentioned about revoking other types of Power of Attorney. It is advisable that the Principal signs the document form before a Notary Public and, if possible two (2) witnesses as well.