Powers of Attorney, 3rd edition
Powers of Attorney, 3rd edition provides a detailed and dedicated treatment of the law surrounding powers of attorney
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The prevalence of powers of attorney --- particularly enduring powers of attorney--- makes this book increasingly important over time, especially in view of Australia’s ageing population. Powers of Attorney 3e is not confined to Australian law but uses law from the principal common law countries to contextualise our law, and to provide guidance where Australian law may be lacking.
- Updated commentary and timely analysis of interstate powers with respect to enduring powers of attorney and guardianships/directives
- Covers challenges for lawyers in providing clear explanations to clients concerning the authority, time and ramifications of a proposed enduring power of attorney
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Table of contents
- Table of Cases
- Table of Statutes
- Table of Abbreviations
- Part I Power Defined
- 1. Conceptualising Powers of Attorney
- 2. Powers of Attorney Distinguished From Other Legal Relationships
- Part II Power Created
- 3. Capacity of Principal and Attorney
- 4. Creating a Power of Attorney
- Part III Power Delimited
- 5. Authority of Attorney
- 6. Construction of Attorney’s Authority
- 7. Scope of Attorney’s Authority Under Statute
- Part IV Power Impacted
- 8. Relations Between Principal and Attorney
- 9. Relations With Third Parties
- 10. External Supervision of Attorneys
- Part V Power Ended
- 11. Termination of Attorneyship
- 12. When Termination Takes Effect