Re Hart  MHLO 19 (LPA)
The donor made an LPA for property and financial affairs. He was also the sole attorney under an EPA made by his wife and registered. In his LPA he authorised his attorneys to have access to his will and medical records, and then continued as follows: "This also applies to acting as Attorneys for my wife, whose EPA has been registered." On the application of the Public Guardian this provision was severed because an LPA may not be used to add anything to someone else's EPA. (The donor appears to have wrongly assumed that his own attorneys could take over his role as attorney for his wife.) [OPG summary - LPA case.]
Summary from OPG section of Justice website.
Case title: Re Hart (an order of the Senior Judge made on 6 February 2013)
Listed under heading: Severance of restrictions incompatible with an LPA
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Summary on OPG section of Justice website†. This is a link to an archived version of the web page (archived on 6/10/14).