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Annotated Legislation: Powers of Attorney Act 1996 4th ed isbn 9780414059887

Annotated Legislation: Powers of Attorney Act 1996 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9781858005836
New Edition ISBN: 9780414059887
Published: November 2010
Publisher: Round Hall Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

This updated annotation of the Powers of Attorney Act 1996 comments on each section in detail and refers to case law over the past fourteen years. This edition also includes the Statutory Instruments made under the Act, which prescribe, inter alia, the form of an Enduring Power of Attorney, and reproduces Order 129 of the Rules of the Superior Courts relating to the registration of Enduring Powers of Attorney.

It will be of considerable use to Conveyancing and Commercial Law Practitioners for whom the use of Powers of Attorney generally is important to their day to day practice. It will also be of considerable help to those Private Client Practitioners advising the elderly concerning the long term management of their affairs.

Brian Gallagher has been a Practising Solicitor since 1971 and is Managing Partner of Gallagher Shatter

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