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How to revoke a general power of attorney or a special power of attorney

 

How to revoke a general power of attorney or a special power of attorney

In general terms, a power of attorney expires when any of the following occurs: the purpose of the power of attorney is accomplished; the “Principal” or the Deputy dies, the Principal revokes it, the Deputy resigns, the “Principal” goes bankrupt.

If you wish to revoke a power of attorney you must provide the details of the power of attorney you intend to revoke. If it was granted at this Italian Consulate General, you must provide: date of issue, consular notary register number (repertorio), personal details and address of the “Principal”.

If on the other end it was granted at a Notary Public in Italy or at another Italian Consular or Diplomatic Office, you will need to provide a copy of it.

The day of the appointment you will need to bring the following:

1) Valid Italian ID (passport or identity card)
2) fiscal code
3) You will also need to provide details of your present address and marital status.

PLEASE NOTE:
You must send a copy of the revocation document to the revoked Deputy and if the original power of attorney was not granted at this Italian Consulate General, a copy of it will need to be sent to the Relevant Notary Public or Italian Consular or Diplomatic Mission where the original power of attorney is kept.

The Consular fee for this service is shown at art. 17C (revocation of General Power of Attorney) and art. 18D (revocation of Special Power of Attorney) (Link to the List)


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