The Representation Agreement (Section 7) allows an adult to appoint a representative to make decisions or on behalf of the adult, with respect to personal health care and care, routine management of financial matters and access to adult legal services, and the instruction of legal counsel. A representation agreement is a document that is used either for decision-making by means of support or for health care and personal care. The Representative Representation Act is considered pioneering legislation and is one of the first supported decision-making regimes in the world. is carried out as effective, as if Section 35 of the Status of The Status of Child Custody Act were in effect in 2001 at the time of the agreement. If you have appointed several representatives who must make joint decisions, consider what you want to do if one of them can no longer act or can no longer act. Say what you want to do in your agreement. Your representative (including any alternate) must sign the expanded representation agreement. If you have more than one representative, everyone must sign the document before you can act. But your representatives don`t need to sign them all at the same time.
And their signatures do not have to be testified. 2. In deciding whether an adult is unable to enter into a replacement agreement consisting of one or more of the standard provisions authorized in Section 7, or modify or revoke any of these provisions, all relevant factors must be considered. B, for example: b) the management of health care, personal care or legal affairs, or 3.: The Health Care Act (consent) and care facility (admission) has been amended to provide advance guidelines for health care decision-making. A prior instruction is a written instruction from a competent adult who gives or refuses consent to health care if the adult is unable to provide education at the time of health care.