I've got the LPA for my pwd back in 2015 and it's only now I had a reason to produce it. However I am wondering if the form/letter I have is the actual LPA. Back then it was £110 for each LPA (instead of the £82 it costs now!) and the last thing I received was a letter saying that the LPAs were now registered and their ref number. This was accompanies by another piece of paper stating the name of the person who applied for the LPA (pwd), the attorneys (me and another) and the reference number, and some blurb that a LPA has been registered with the OPG. Great. The letter that accompanied it says the applicant will be sent the original registered document. Is what I have is the LPA that I can use as proof that it's been registered or is there a stamped copy that supposed to be the LPA instead? I'll be calling or emailing the OPG in the morning but wanted to ask here in the meantime.