Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney is a legal document declaring the full and final termination of the power of attorney executed and assigned to an attorney-in-fact to perform certain tasks on behalf of the signing principal.
The document has space reserved for notarization by the Notary Public of the Florida state for its legal standing and execution. Filling all the details in the document is of the greatest importance. Read this Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney carefully before signing and executing it. Attaching a copy of the power of attorney, the subject of the Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney is necessary for parity of the transaction/s. The signing principal must mention the Social Security Number as requested in the document
Begin by typing the name of the signing principal/you in the foremost portion of the Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney. Enter your legal name as mentioned in the power of attorney under revocation. Enter a name for the city and state of your residence. The next line of the document requires the input of the date of the power of attorney executed earlier to grant certain rights to act on your behalf.
Enter the legal name of the previously appointed attorney-in-fact in the subsequent space. Filling the name correctly for the attorney-in-fact under the termination is very necessary.
The concluding portion of the Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney requires the input of the details of the recording of the previously issued power of attorney. Mention the page number of the book, name of the entity holding the book, name of the county, and the name of the state. Furnishing these details is mandatory if the previously executed power of attorney is registered with some governing body or an entity. Leave blank if the previously issued power of attorney is not listed with any entity or governing body.
Fill in the date, name of the state and county before signing the Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney. The principal must sign in the space provided, followed by entering the Social Security Number of the Principal.
Continue with the last section of the Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney, the notarization. The lawful Notary Public of the Florida State requires notarizing the Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney by filling in the details like name of the county of the Florida State, date, name of the Notary Public, name of the Principal followed by the seal and signature. The Notary Public must specify the date of the expiry of the commission.
Text Version Of This Form
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Notice of Revocation of Power of Attorney
I, ____________________ [your name] , of ____________________ [your city and state] ,
revoke the power of attorney dated ____________________, empowering
____________________ ____________________ [name of your attorney-in-fact] to act as my
attorney-in-fact. I revoke and withdraw all power and authority granted under that power of
[if applicable:] That power of attorney was recorded on ____________________ in Book
________, at Page ________, of the Official Records, County of ____________________, State
Signed: This ______________ day of _____________, _____________.
State of: _________________ County of: __________________
Signature: ______________________________________, Principal
Social Security number: ___________
Certificate of Acknowledgment of Notary Public
State of Florida
County of _____________________________
On _____________________, before me, ______________________________, a notary public
in and for said state, personally appeared ___________________ ________________________,
personally known to me (or proved to me on the basis of identification produced) to be the
person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument, and acknowledged to me that he or
she executed the same in his or her authorized capacity and that by his or her signature on the
instrument, the person, or the entity upon behalf of which the person acted, executed the
WITNESS my hand and official seal.
Notary Public for the State of Florida
My commission expires __________________