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23.—(1) Schedule 7 to these Regulations sets out the form of notice (“EP1PG”) which an attorney (or attorneys) under an enduring power of attorney must give of his intention to make an application for the registration of the instrument creating the power.
(2) In the case of the notice to be given to the donor, the attorney must also provide (or arrange for the provision of) an explanation to the donor of—
(a)the notice and what the effect of it is; and
(b)why it is being brought to his attention.
(3) The information provided under paragraph (2) must be provided—
(a)to the donor personally; and
(b)in a way that is appropriate to the donor’s circumstances (for example using simple language, visual aids or other appropriate means).
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