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Continuing power of attorney for property

This general continuing power of attorney allows you to name a person who will act on your behalf and manage your property if you become incapacitated...more

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* These fees may be changed within a 60-day notice and in accordance with section 71 of the Code of ethics of notaries.

GST and QST not included.


  • The continuing power of attorney for property, available on this website, is a springing power of attorney which will come into effect only in the event of your incapacity.
  • This customized general power of attorney meets the needs of a majority of people wishing to choose a person who can act on their behalf if they become incapacitated.
  • Your customized continuing power of attorney will include the main clauses listed in the "Summary" tab.
  • The signing of a general continuing power of attorney for property will give your attorney very wide powers to deal with all of your property as you would do it yourself. It is therefore very important to appoint a person of great trust who will be fully capable of managing your property and financial assets.
  • For a continuing power of attorney for property whereof terms are more complex, we invite you to contact your legal advisor.


Summary of the clauses available for the preparation of your continuing power of attorney for property.

  • Identification of the grantor/donor of the power of attorney
  • Revocation
  • Appointment and directions
  • Power to manage property
  • Authority to the attorney for property
  • Use of my property for the benefit of my spouse and/or children
  • Conditions and restrictions
  • Resignation of the attorney for property
  • Compensation
  • Miscellaneous provisions
  • Effective date
  • Acknowledgement
  • Governing Law
  • Interpretation clause
  • Closing formalities

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