Lasting Powers of Attorney – the same difference?
21 October 2013 by Diane Rudd
Once registered, a Property and Finance Lasting Power of Attorney (“LPA”) can be used whilst the donor still has capacity, unless the LPA states otherwise. A Health and Welfare LPA, however, can only be used when it has been registered AND the donor has lost capacity.
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