The LPA replaced the Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) in 2007.
What does EPA stand for?
EPA stands for Enduring Power of Attorney
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of EPA
We have 576 other meanings of EPA in our Acronym Attic
- Electrostatic Protected Area
- Elevated Protease Activity (wounds)
- Elites Per Acre (gaming)
- Email Protection Agency (EarthLink)
- Emergency Power Addition
- Emergency Preparedness Analysis
- Emergency Program Action
- Encuesta de Población Activa (Spain)
- End Point Adjustment (radio control transmitter)
- End Point Analyzer
- Energetic Particle Analyzer
- Energie Prestatie Advies (Dutch: Energy Performance Advice)
- Energy Policy Act of 2005
- Energy Poverty Action (joint initiative)
- English Pool Association
- Enhanced Performance Architecture
- Enhetsprisaktiebolaget (former Swedish department store)
- Enlisted Program Authorization (US DoD)
- Enosi Polyteknon Athinon (Athens Union of People Who Have Many Children)
- Entreprendre pour Apprendre (French business school)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In 2005 Maxwell obtained an enduring power of attorney over the finances of aunt Dilys Williams, Mrs Davies' sister.
LPAs were introduced in place of the Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA), although EPAs made prior to October 1, 2007, remain valid.
Two kinds of Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) - property and affairs, and personal welfare - replaced and invalidated the old Enduring Power of Attorney in October last year.
A AS from October 2007, it is no longer possible to put in place an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA).
Q: I made an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) some years ago, appointing my ex-wife as my Attorney.
A LASTING Power of Attorneys (LPAs) were introduced in 2007 and replaced Enduring Power of Attorneys.