A Revocation of Power of Attorney is a legal document signed by or on behalf of a person who granted a power of attorney (the principal). It states that the principal is cancelling the powers that were given to another person (the attorney-in-fact) in an earlier power of attorney.
Can a registered power of attorney be revoked?
A registered deed of cancellation is needed if power of attorney was registered… Additionally, you should put a public notice in the newspaper stating that your power of attorney has been revoked. If your power of attorney was registered, then you need a registered deed of cancellation.
Some of the conditions for revocation are (by virtue of Section 201 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872):
1) If the principal revokes the Power of Attorney granted to the agent
2) If either the principal or the Power of Attorney holder or both become unsound of mind, die or is/are adjudicated as insolvent by the court
3) If the Power of Attorney holder renounces his powers
4) If the business for which the Power of Attorney was granted gets completed