North Carolina Revocation Power of Attorney Form

The North Carolina revocation power of attorney form is a document that will allow a Principal who has executed a powers document that is now prepared to revoke the document so that the Agent no longer has to be responsible for the responsibilities of the document for which they had been the Agent. The Principal only beed to complete the document, sign it before a notary and deliver or have it served to the Agent. This keeps the Principal in compliance with any powers document they have executed.

How to Write

Step 1 – Location –

  • Enter the name of the Principal’s residence
  • Enter the name of the Principal
  • AND
  • Enter the name of the Attorney In Fact/Agent
  • Enter the date that the powers document had been executed in dd/mm/yyyy format
  • Submit the name of the County where the document was recorded

Step 2 – Signature –

  • Enter the date in which the revocation should be recognized
  • The Principal must then enter their signature on the line provided

Step 3 – Notarization –

Once the Notary Public has had the opportunity to witness the Principal’s signature, they shall complete the required notary information and will affix the state seal