Arizona Revocation of Durable POA Law

Power of Attorney and Health Care – General – Arizona

14-5504. Revocation; termination; effect; notice

 

A. The death of a principal who has executed a durable power of attorney does not revoke or terminate the agency as to the agent or other person who, without actual knowledge of the death of the principal, acts in good faith under the power. Any action taken in good faith pursuant to this subsection, unless otherwise invalid or unenforceable, binds successors in interest of the principal.

B. The disability or incapacity of a principal who has previously executed a written power of attorney that is not a durable power does not revoke or terminate the agency as to the agent or other person who, without actual knowledge of the disability or incapacity of the principal, acts in good faith under the power. Any action taken in good faith pursuant to this subsection, unless otherwise invalid or unenforceable, binds the principal and the principal’s successors in interest.

 


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