The Alaska Power of Attorney Revocation Form is used when you want to terminate or revoke a power of attorney you might have authorized before. The revocation of the Power of Attorney simply means that you are revoking the rights and authorization of your attorney-in-fact which you may have assigned or granted him when you originally made the him your attorney-in-fact.
How to Fill the Alaska Power of Attorney Revocation Form
The sole purpose of the form is revocation of the powers and it begins with the full and legal name (first, middle, last) of the principal who authorized the power to the attorney along with the full and legal name (first, middle, last) of the attorney himself to whom the power was transferred to along with the date.
Followed by a statement which certifies that, the power that was given to the attorney related to a particular task or multiple tasks, is hereby revoked and terminated and that they no longer hold any such status which authorizes them to be in place of the principal for that specified reason, followed by the present date.
Lastly, the principal needs to sign the document. Such a document also needs to be notarized by the Notary Public for it to be considered legal.