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If there is more than one Deputy and there are conflicting instructions, whose instructions will be taken?

If a Bank receives conflicting instructions from Deputies (whether acting jointly or jointly and severally) and it has not executed such instructions, the Bank reserves the right to decline proceeding with all instructions. The Bank will refer the Deputies to the Office of the Public Guardian for investigation.


Where the Deputies are acting jointly and severally and a Bank has acted on the instructions of one Deputy, the Bank shall not be liable in the event that it subsequently receives conflicting instructions from the other Deputy. 

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