On 9 September 2012, the first respondent (Dr Boff) executed a lasting power of attorney for property and financial affairs, in which she appointed her husband to be her sole attorney, and then attempted to appoint three replacement attorneys in order of succession. Dr Boff’s husband, the second respondent (Mr Boff), executed a virtually identical LPA on the same day and they applied to the Office of the Public Guardian (the OPG) to register the instruments.
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Jill Martin, the senior legal adviser at the Office of the Public Guardian (PO Box 16185, Birmingham, B2 2WH) on behalf of the claimant.
No counsel for the defendant.
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