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There are plenty of articles on what happens to a power of

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There are plenty of articles on what happens to a power of attorney when the principal or grantor dies, but does it also terminate when the agent or grantee dies? I would assume this is not a "passable" or assignable right - am I correct?
You are correct, when the agent or grantee dies, the power of attorney terminates. This is a basic of agency law. It is best explained by the Restatement of Agency. For further reference see:
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