Hi, listen to this: http://www.lawcover.com.au/risk-on-air/ Choose number 12 (currently the latest podcast). Essentially the standard base response is you do not need to VOI the registered proprietor in circumstances where there is a valid POA which allows (or does not limit) the Attorney to deal with property and you are taking instructions from the Attorney directly. You obviously need to VOI the Attorney and confirm with them that the POA has not been revoked (i.e. they have not received any written communication from the donor that the POA has been revoked). However, if there are suspicious circumstances as outlined in the podcast, then you may need to VOI the proprietor as well. Hope that helps.
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