Re Rayner (2009) COP 9/6/09

The donor appointed A and B as attorneys to act jointly and severally with general authority to act in relation to all her property and affairs. She then imposed a restriction, stating that A and B should not act in relation to properties jointly owned with the donor, and that C was appointed as attorney in relation to these properties. On the application of the attorney the restriction was severed, with the result that A and B could act in relation to all the donor's property and affairs and C could not act. [OPG summary - EPA case.]


The summary above is taken from the OPG website. It is listed under the heading "Severance of restrictions incompatible with a joint and several appointment" as "Re Rayner (an order of District Judge S E Rogers made on 9 July 2009)".

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Summary on OPG section of Justice website .This is a link to an archived version of the web page (archived on 6/10/14).