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“There in spirit” powers of attorney in the SME context paper


This paper covers:

  • legal requirements
  • fiduciary duties 
  • scope of authority
  • utility
  • taking instructions
  • revoke or review.

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Therese Catanzariti
Photo of author, Therese CATANZARITI Therese Catanzariti of 13 Wentworth Chambers has expertise in wills and estates, particularly involving small to medium businesses, superannuation and discretionary trusts. She was admitted as a solicitor in 1992 and was a senior associate in corporate and commercial/tax at Mallesons (now King and Wood Mallesons) before moving to Europe for an extended period. She was called to the NSW Bar in 2010. - Current at 17 October 2019
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