A New York revocation power of attorney form can be used to cancel an existing power of attorney form. Whether a durable, general, medical, or limited power of attorney is in place, this revocation form will immediately terminate the desired power of attorney, as long as it’s properly executed. The principal needs to send copies of this revocation POA to any and all individuals/entities who have a copy of the original power of attorney form and are currently following instructions contained therein. Once all copies of the revocation form have been delivered, the principal can assume that the authority granted under the original power of attorney is now completely revoked.
Signing Requirements – Not specifically mentioned in termination or revocation of power of attorney statutes (GOB § 5-1511).