Powers of Attorney Act 1998

>The Powers of Attorney Act 1998 provided for enduring powers of attorney to cover personal, health and financial matters. An enduring power of attorney is a formal agreement giving someone else the power to make certain decisions on your behalf if ‘for some reason you are unable to act for yourself’.

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