Nova Scotia Powers of Attorney Act – please share public survey with clients

The Law Reform Commission of Nova Scotia has released a public survey regarding the Powers of Attorney Act. The survey invites respondents to give feedback on a number of proposals for reform of the Powers of Attorney Act. It also asks respondents to share their experiences using powers of attorney.

The survey is intended for a general audience, and is designed to be user-friendly and accessible. It is meant to complement the Commission’s extensive Discussion Paper on the Powers of Attorney Act, which was released in March. Members of the Nova Scotia Bar are invited to bring the survey to the attention of their clients and other interested organizations and members of the public.

The survey booklet is available online, through the Commission's website: Print copies are available by request.

For more information about the Powers of Attorney Act project, and the Commission's other projects, please contact the Commission at, or 902 423 2633.