Re Farrow (2010) COP 18/8/10

The donor appointed A to be her attorney and then appointed B to act in the event that A should be unable or unwilling to act or died. The donor then stated that A and B should act jointly and severally. On the application of the attorneys the court severed the words "jointly and severally", so that the instrument could be registered as an EPA appointing A as primary attorney and B as substitute attorney. [OPG summary - EPA case.]

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Summary from OPG website.

Title: Re Farrow (an order of District Judge Eldergill made on 18 August 2010)

Heading: Appointment by donor of substitute attorneys

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No Bailii link (no transcript)

Summary on OPG section of Justice website†.This is a link to an archived version of the web page (archived on 6/10/14).