If the Two notice parties are dead or mentally incapable or their whereabouts cannot be reasonably ascertained the following classes are entitled to receive notice instead:
(a) the donor’s husband or wife;
(b) the donor’s children;
(c) the donor’s parents;
(d) the donor’s brothers and sisters, whether of the whole or half blood;
(e) the widow or widower of a child of the donor;
(f) the donor’s grandchildren;
(g) the children of the donor’s brothers and sisters of the whole blood;
(h) the children of the donor’s brothers and sisters of the half blood.
However, a person is not entitled to receive notice under this paragraph if the name or address of that person is not known to and cannot be reasonably ascertained by the attorney.This notice must state that the attorney proposes to make an application to the court for the registration of the instrument creating the enduring power in question. It must also inform the person to whom it is given that that person may object to the proposed a registration by notice in writing to the Registrar of Wards of Court before the expiry of the period of five weeks beginning with the day on which the notice was given. The notice must also specify as the grounds on which an objection to registration may be made.If the EPOA appoints two attorney’s but only one is applying for registration, notice must be sent to the other attorney.