2010 Georgia Code
TITLE 10 - COMMERCE AND TRADE
CHAPTER 6 - AGENCY
ARTICLE 2 - RELATIONS BETWEEN PRINCIPAL AND AGENT
§ 10-6-36 - Revocation of agency -- Effect of incompetency or incapacity of principal on power of attorney
. Revocation of agency -- Effect of incompetency or incapacity of principal on power of attorney
A written power of attorney, unless expressly providing otherwise, shall not be terminated by the incompetency or incapacity of the principal. The power to act as an attorney in fact for a principal who subsequently becomes incompetent or incapacitated shall remain in force until such time as a conservator or receiver shall be appointed for the principal or until some other judicial proceeding shall terminate the power.
Graham Syfert - Jacksonville Lawyer