Executor of a will and LPA

If the donor of a LPA is an executor of a will, can or does the appointed attorney take over the executors duties.
11:38 Thu 06th Oct 2011
 
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No - a substitute executor has to be appointed if the donor of the LPA cannot or does not wish to carry out the duties.

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