The New Jersey revocation of power of attorney form can be produced should a principal wish to annul any type of power of attorney document. The revocation form must be clear as to the name of the original power of attorney document and the date upon which it will be terminated. Once the revocation form is filled out, the principal must provide copies to the attorney-in-fact that was appointed to the original power of attorney document and any other people/institutions that are associated with the arrangement. Failure to send out copies could result in someone acting upon the original power of attorney’s instructions, and they will not be liable for these actions.
Signing Requirements – Notary Public (§ 46:2B-8.10)