The Arizona power of attorney revocation form can be used to cancel or void any type of existing power of attorney document. In order to be considered legally valid, the form must be completed in its entirety, signed by the principal, and notarized by a certified notarial officer. The alternative process through which an individual can terminate a power of attorney is through the creation of a separate power of attorney document which appoints a separate attorney-in-fact.
Law –14-5504. Revocation; termination; effect; notice
Signing Requirements – The power of attorney revocation form must be executed in the same manner as a durable power of attorney; the principal must sign in the presence of a notary public and witness (§ 14-5501(D)).