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Arizona Revocation of Power of Attorney

Use this form to revoke a previously issued Power of Attorney, [General, Special, Durable, Parental, etc] whether recorded or not. If a Power of Attorney was recorded or referenced any (transfer of real estate or any legal or equitable interest therein, excluding leases), then the Revocation Notice must be recorded. (33-41)(01) This Revocation Notice is fully formatted to meet County Recording Requirements. It includes a page that lists where the Revocation Notice was sent for documentation.

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Arizona Revocation of Power of Attorney Form