Article 188. Termination of Power of Attorney.

1. The power of attorney is terminated due to: 1) expiration of the power of attorney; 2) cancellation of the power of attorney by the person who issued it; 3) the refusal of the person to whom the power of attorney was issued; 4) termination of the legal entity on whose behalf the power of attorney was issued; 5) termination of the legal entity to whom the power of attorney was issued; 6) the death of the citizen who issued the power of attorney, declaring him incompetent, partially capable or missing; 7) the death of a citizen to whom the power of attorney was issued, declaring him incompetent, partially capable or missing. 2. The person who issued the power of attorney may at any time cancel the power of attorney or delegation of authority, and the person to whom the power of attorney has been issued may refuse it. An agreement to waive these rights is void. 3. With the termination of the power of attorney, the delegation of trust loses its force.

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References to other articles of chapter 10. Representation. Power of attorney:
Article 182. Representation.
Article 183. Conclusion of a transaction by an unauthorized person.
Article 184. Commercial Representation.
Article 185. Power of Attorney
Article 186. The term of the power of attorney.
Article 187. Redelegation.
Article 189. Consequences of the termination of a power of attorney.