2019 Georgia Code
Title 10 - Commerce and Trade
Chapter 6B - Georgia Power of Attorney
Article 1 - General Provisions
§ 10-6B-18. Resignation of agent

Universal Citation: GA Code § 10-6B-18 (2019)
  • Unless the power of attorney provides a different method for an agent's resignation, an agent may resign by giving notice to the principal and, if the principal is incapacitated:
    • (1) To the conservator or guardian, if one has been appointed for the principal, and a coagent or successor agent; or

    • (2) If there is no person described in paragraph (1) of this Code section, to:

      • (A) The principal's caregiver; or

      • (B) Another person reasonably believed by the agent to have sufficient interest in the principal's welfare.

History:

Code 1981, § 10-6B-18, enacted by Ga. L. 2017, p. 435, § 2-1/HB 221.

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