The North Carolina revocation of power of attorney form is a document that terminates an existing power of attorney. Some powers of attorney might be created with a termination date, whereas others will require the principal to download this form and sign it to revoke all powers their attorney-in-fact currently has. After the revocation POA has been executed, copies must be sent to any person or business who has a copy of the original power of attorney. Once that task has been completed, the principal will know that any instructions contained within the original POA will no longer be adhered to.
Signing Requirements – Notary Public (§ 32C-1-110(g))