This is a Florida Revocation of Power of Attorney Form, this form is used when you want to revoke the powers you granted to a person through a power of attorney that you had created previously. You have complete authority to revoke any power-of-attorney created by you.
How to complete this Florida Revocation of Power of Attorney form?
In the first paragraph you need to fill the following details; your name, your residence, the date when the original power-of-attorney was created, then you need to mention details related to the original power-of-attorney like the book number and page number of the county records in which it was recorded. You also need to mention the name of the person to whom the power of attorney is granted.
The second paragraph states that this form will serve as a notice to the attorney-in-fact and all interested people that the power-of-attorney stated in this form is to be considered null and void and will not be in effect anymore.
You the principal must fill in the date on which this Florida Revocation of Power of Attorney form is being filled in along with your signature. Alongside that this form must be signed by two adult witnesses and must be sealed and signed by a Notary Public operating in the state of Florida.