Re Taylor  MHLO 24 (EPA)
(1) In Re Dunningham: The donor appointed two attorneys, A and B, to act jointly and severally. She then imposed the following restriction: "and the said B shall have no authority to act on my behalf unless the said A has died or is incapable of acting as my Attorney". On the application of the attorneys for severance, the court severed the restriction as being inconsistent with a joint and several appointment. (2) In Re Taylor: on similar facts, the court severed the words 'jointly and severally'. [OPG summaries - EPA cases.]
Summary from OPG section of Justice website.
Case title: Re Taylor (an order of District Judge Eldergill made on 7 December 2011)
Listed under heading: Severance of restrictions incompatible with a joint and several appointment
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Summary on OPG section of Justice website† .This is a link to an archived version of the web page (archived on 6/10/14).