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Find out if someone has a registered attorney or deputy

Download and fill in this form to find out if someone has an attorney or deputy acting for them.

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Find out if someone has a registered attorney or deputy (OPG100)

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Download and fill in this form to find out if someone has a lasting power of attorney (LPA), an enduring power of attorney (EPA) or a court-appointed deputy acting on their behalf.

You can also use the same form to ask us for additional information that might be separate to the registers.

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Published 24 June 2013
Last updated 4 June 2019 + show all updates
  1. Added translation

  2. Added translation

  3. New OPG100 form added.

  4. Added 'Personal information' section.

  5. Replaced application form for search of register - the section on reporting concerns has been removed.

  6. Replaced OPG100 application form so users can email directly from the form

  7. First published.