Nebraska Revocation of Power of Attorney Form
The Nebraska Revocation of Power of Attorney is a form that attends to circumstances in which a Principal wants to—for any reason—deactivate a Power of Attorney. Once the Power of Attorney has been revoked, any arrangements that were established by its execution will be completely halted. For instance, the following will cease to be effective:
- The authority granted to the Agent,
- Any tasks the Agent was requested to complete, and
- The Agent’s legal ability to act as the Principal’s representative.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Nebraska Uniform Power of Attorney Act (Sections 30-4001 to 30-4045)
Signing Requirements (§ 30-3420) – The Principal is recommended to sign the Revocation of Power of Attorney in the presence of an individual who has the authority to make acknowledgements, such as a Notary. However, they are in no way legally-bound to do so, as state law is silent on the matter of signing requirements for this form.