The Principal is the person who is appointing an attorney/attorneys under the Enduring Power of Attorney.
The Attorney(s) is the person or persons the Principal wishes to appoint as their Attorney. A Principal may appoint more than one person as attorney under the enduring power of attorney.
Note: A person is eligible to be an attorney if the person is 18 years of age or older, not insolvent under administration and not a care worker, a health provider or an accommodation provider for the principal.
Note: Under section 55 of the Powers of Attorney Act 2014 any previous enduring power of attorney will be revoked to the extent of any inconsistency with the enduring power of attorney, unless you specify otherwise.
Please select the matter for which you are authorising your attorney to act.
Note: If you wish to authorise your attorney to act in relation to any other matters (not listed above) please contact us.
Note: You may provide instructions or may impose conditions on the authority of your attorney. We have provided some examples below. If required, you may select any of them. If you wish to impose other conditions or limitations, please contact us.