A Certificate signed by a MEDICAL DOCTOR, SOLICITOR OR ADVOCATE must be included with your Power of Attorney. The certificate MUST BE SIGNED ON THE SAME DAY as your Power of Attorney.
Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat is the Certificate Provider's Statement?The Certificate Provider's statement is set out in Part B of the LPA. Certificate Providers must read and discuss the contents of your LPA with you (preferably with no one else present). They must then certify that in their opinion you understand the purpose of the LPA and you understand the scope of authority that you are giving to your Attorney.Who can be a Certificate Provider?The Certificate Provider can be an individual who has known the Donor for at least two years or a skills-based Certificate Provider.
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