General and Specific Authorities in an Enduring Power of Attorney

This fact sheet is critical for those acting in the role of attorney for a spouse, family member or friend. It explains what authority you have depending on the wording in the Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA). It accompanies the Nidus Guide to Making & Registering an EPA.

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Nidus Personal Planning Resource Centre and Registry
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2016
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EPA, enduring power of attorney, enduring powers of attorney, power of attorney, PoA, power of attorney act, authorities, drafting, clauses, EPOA, financial affairs, bank power of attorney, continuing power of attorney, prevent abuse