1. A Registered Power of Attorney (POA) is valid:
a) Till it is duly Revoked
b) Till the automatic revocation date, recorded in POA
c) Till the POA maker is alive.
d) Till the defined objectives in POA are complete
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Power of Attorney is valid until the same is revoked by the principal/executor and some of the power of attorneys are executed until the specific thing is executed and after such execution of such act the same gets extinguished, further power of attorney are in such a nature they are called irrevocable power of attorneys which are valid even after the death of the executor. Thus, basing on the requirements and various other factors the power of attorney is executed and during such execution basing on the document the validity can be ascertained.