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EP2 - Registration of an EPA (Northern Ireland)

Attorneys of an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) created in Northern Ireland should use this document to register the EPA. A separate fee will be payable to the Office of Care and Protection (OCP). You can find details of the fees payable on the OCP’s website.This registration should take place as soon as the attorneys believe that the donor is becoming mentally incapable. Before this registration can take place, you must give notice of your intention to register the document and can do so by using the document EP1 - Notice of intention to register an EPA (Northern Ireland).

This document can be used to register an EPA only if one or two attorneys are registering the document, with the option of one co-attorney who is not registering the document.

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The legal document witnessed by two witnesses in which you say what is to happen to your possessions on your death.


The country you consider to be your permanent home for tax purposes, even if you actually reside elsewhere. It is distinct from nationality and place of residence.

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