Powers of Attorney and Appointment of Enduring Guardian - New South Wales Document:Enduring Power of Attorney – NSW
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There are two types of powers of attorney in NSW, being a General Power of Attorney and an Enduring Power of Attorney.
This document is an Enduring Power of Attorney. It is a legal document made by one person (the “principal”) that allows another person (the “attorney”) to do on behalf of the principal any thing that the principal may lawfully authorise an attorney to do (except for personal/health matters). An Enduring Power of Attorney continues to operate after the principal can no longer manage his/her affairs or understand any documents he/she may be signing (i.e. after they have lost mental capacity).