Article 189. Consequences of the termination of a power of attorney.

1. The person who issued the power of attorney and subsequently canceled it must notify the person to whom the power of attorney was issued, as well as to third parties known to him, for whom the power of attorney was given. The same duty is imposed on the successors of the person who issued the power of attorney in cases of its termination on the grounds provided for in subparagraphs 4 and 6 of paragraph 1 of Article 188 of this Code. 2. The rights and obligations arising from the actions of the person to whom the power of attorney was issued, before that person knew or should have known about its termination, remain valid for the issuer of the power of attorney and his successors in relation to third parties. This rule does not apply if the third party knew or should have known that the power of attorney was terminated. 3. Upon termination of a power of attorney, the person to whom it is issued, or its successors, shall immediately return the power of attorney.

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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 188. Termination of Power of Attorney.