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Judgments on General Power of Attorney

Friday, July 08, 2011
General Power of Attorney

General Power of Attorney — Even after executing a power of attorney the principal can act on his own — He does not have to take the consent of the attorney.

 
General Power of Attorney

General Power Attorney — The principal is not bound to consult his attorney before signing a compromise petition.

 
General Power of Attorney

General Power of Attorney — Principal executed power of attorney on the one hand and on the other hand acted himself — This act on the part of the principal in law, held, amounts to revocation of power of attorney — Indian Contract Act, 1872, Ilustration to Section 207.

 
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