Re Reading (2009) COP 25/6/09
The donor appointed her husband and two of her children as original attorneys and a third child as replacement attorney. She added a restriction to the effect that, if her husband should predecease her, any decisions "must be agreed by all four of my children". The fourth child had not been appointed as attorney or replacement attorney. On the application of the Public Guardian the restriction was severed as being ineffective as part of an LPA, because it was not open to the donor to require that a person who was not an attorney should join in the making of decisions by the attorneys. (OPG summary.)
The summary above is taken from the OPG website. It is listed under the heading "Severance of restrictions fettering authority of an attorney" as "Re Reading (an order of the Senior Judge made on 25 June 2009)".
Not on Bailii - there was no written judgment
Summary on OPG section of Justice website†. This is a link to an archived version of the web page (archived on 6/10/14).