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Revoked and Suspended LPAs


The information provided in this document is for general information only and is based on information about the Donor and Donee received by the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) from third parties. In the circumstances, whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided is correct and up to date, the OPG does not hold out that the information contained in this document is up-to-date and/or correct as at the date the information is provided. It shall be the responsibility of the person using or relying on the information in this document to verify the information.

The OPG and its officers shall not be liable for any errors or omissions in the contents of the document. The OPG disclaims all liability for any damage or loss that may be caused directly or indirectly to any person from using or relying on the information contained in this document.

Third party agencies should request for the latest copy of the LPA by asking Donee(s) to share it via OPGO. If Donee(s) does not have access to the Donor’s electronic LPA and is using the hardcopy LPA for transaction, agencies must check that the hardcopy LPA presented is still valid i.e. not revoked or suspended. Persons/agencies may refer to the List of Revoked and Suspended LPAs.