I think someone might already have posted this here. If so nods to them.
Anyone who applied to register a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) between 1st April 2013 and 31st March 2017 could be entitled to a refund of up to £108, after cost savings made by the Office of the Public Guardian were not passed on to consumers. The OPG is the public body which registers Lasting Powers of Attorney and, as a non-profit making Government office, it should have passed on efficiency savings to the public by way of reduced registration fees for LPAs.
An online form is available for individuals to claim their refund at: gov.uk/power-of-attorney-re...
Hey, it might cover some of the costs of these wild meet up parties I've heard about