12 (1) An adult who issues a representation contract that contains a provision approved in Section 7, paragraph 1, point b) must designate in that agreement as a custodian a person who meets the requirements of the subsection (4), except in an alternative agreement provided for by this section, a representative is authorized to grant or deny consent to adult health care. the representative of the health care necessary for life may give consent or refuse their consent. 4. To be designated as a monitor in a representation agreement, a person must be at least 19 years old and be willing and able to perform his duties and exercise the powers of a monitor. 2. At the request of a representative, the Tribunal may give instructions or issue an opinion on the interpretation of a provision of a representation agreement. 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 whether he amends or revokes one of these provisions, all relevant factors, for example, must be taken into consideration. B: a) should not be terminated solely because the adult is not able to do so at a later date.
, to enter into a representation agreement conferring this power on a representative. , the ”routine financial management” provision, coupled with a very low capacity threshold, to make an S. 7, means that it can be very useful when an older adult ”slips” and they have not had a mandate, trust agreement, common account rules, etc. (c) the person signing the agreement is an adult who is not designated as a representative or alternate in the agreement. , which does not witness the agreement and is not a witness to the agreement. (b) in accordance with the provisions of Section 13 of this Act, as amended by Section 35 of the Adult Guardian Statutes Amendment Act, 2001, if the agreement is executed on or after the date, 3. An adult who is not required to use a monitor under point 1 may choose to designate a person who meets the requirements of the subsection (4) as a monitor in a representation agreement. b) an assistant representative is appointed in the agreement and is willing and able to act as a representative. 8 (1) An adult may enter into a representation agreement consisting of one or more of the standard provisions permitted in Section 7, even if the adult is unable to keep accounts and other records of the exercise of the representative`s authority under the representation agreement, and contains information on representation arrangements in general , and the page menu on the page contains a RA 7 fact sheet, a RA 9 fact sheet, a list of resources and links. 26 (1) Any person designated as a representative, substitute or observer in a representation agreement does not have the right to be paid to perform his or her duties as a representative or observer, unless a representation agreement or provision is not in force or valid, any power conferred by the agreement is valid and binding in favour of a person.
who did not know and had no reason to believe that the agreement or provision was not in force or was not valid.