Power of revocation means the power or right to revoke the legal relationship created by a person with another through a contract. This power or right is usually reserved in the instrument creating the contract. In this form, the Trustor of a Trust Agreement may revoke the trust since power of revocation was reserved in the Trust Agreement.
Revocation of Trust and Acknowledgement of Receipt by Trustee To: (Name of Trustee) (Address of Trustee) I, (Name of Trustor), of (street address, city, state, zip code), as Trustee in the Trust Agreement, a true a correct copy being attached hereto as Exhibit A and made a part hereof, in which you are designated as Trustee, do now revoke the powers and trusts created and conferred by Trustor in that Trust Agreement, pursuant to and in exercise of the right to revoke reserved to Trustor in Section (number or letter) of that Trust Instrument. I hereby direct you, as Trustee, to turn over and deliver to me all property held by you subject to the terms and provisions of the Trust Agreement, togeth
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