Okla. Stat. tit. 58 § 1075

Current through Laws 2021, c. 584.
Section 1075 - [Repealed Effective11/1/2021]Effect of Death or Incapacity of Principal
A. Death of the principal revokes and terminates the power of attorney, provided however, the death of a principal who has executed a written power of attorney, durable or otherwise, does not revoke or terminate the agency as to the attorney-in-fact or other person, who, without actual knowledge of the death of the principal, acts in good faith under the power. Any action so taken, unless otherwise invalid or unenforceable, binds successors in interest of the principal.
B. The disability or incapacity of a principal who has previously executed a written power of attorney that is not a durable power does not revoke or terminate the agency as to the attorney-in-fact or other person, who, without actual knowledge of the disability or incapacity of the principal, acts in good faith under the power. Any action so taken, unless otherwise invalid or unenforceable, binds the principal and his successors in interest.
C. If a durable power of attorney is recorded with the clerk in any county of this state, in the event of revocation of such durable power of attorney, notice of the revocation shall be filed in each county or counties where the durable power of attorney was recorded. Until such notice is recorded, any person or entity may rely on the recorded authority of the attorney-in-fact with respect to matters covered by the records of the county clerk, and the acts of the attorney-in-fact shall be binding on the principal or the principal's successors in interest.

Okla. Stat. tit. 58, § 1075

Repealed by Laws 2021, c. 332,s. 46, eff. 11/1/2021.
Amended by Laws 2015, c. 7,s. 2, eff. 11/1/2015.
Added by Laws 1988, HB 1699, c. 293, § 5, eff. November 1, 1988.