Bc Representation Agreements

1.1. A representation agreement may not authorize the remuneration of a representative, assistant representative or monitor for the decisions or actions of the adult, representative, assistant representative or monitor in accordance with Part 2 of the Health Care (Consent) and Care Facility Act, and any provision of a representation agreement purporting to authorize such remuneration is not valid to that extent. (c) the establishment, use or revocation of a representation contract or an amendment to a representation contract is manifestly contrary to the current wishes, values, beliefs or interests of the adult who entered into, revoked or amended the contract; 8 (1) An adult may enter into a representation agreement consisting of one or more of the standard provisions authorized in Section 7; Although the adult may not be able to reach a day, you may need someone to help you make decisions about your health care, legal affairs, or finances. A representation agreement and power of attorney can help you prepare for this possibility. Section 7 discusses the standard provisions for the routine management of financial and legal affairs, body care, and smaller, larger health care. Under Section 8, an adult may enter into a representation agreement in accordance with Section 7, even if he or she is unable to enter into a contract or make independent decisions. 24 (1) If a representative acting within the jurisdiction of a representation contract does not know and could not reasonably have known that the agreement or a provision thereof is not effective or invalid, the representative 26 (1) A person designated in a representation agreement as a representative, deputy representative or observer is not entitled to remuneration for the activity of representative or Authority, unless 12 (1) adults who enter into a performance agreement with a provision authorized under section 7 (1) (b) designate as a monitor a person who meets the requirements of paragraph 4, unless,4) to be mentioned as a monitor in a performance agreement, a person must be at least 19 years of age and be ready and able to: to perform the duties and exercise the powers of a monitor. 2. In deciding whether an adult is unable to enter into a representation agreement consisting of one or more of the standard provisions permitted in paragraph 7, or amending or cancelling any of those provisions, it is necessary to take into account all relevant factors, for example.B.

2. At the request of a representative, the Tribunal may give instructions or advice on the interpretation of a provision of a representation agreement. In accordance with section 27, to terminate a representation contract, you must notify the representative, the assistant representative and the monitor in writing. Contains information about representation agreements in general, and the page menu on the page contains an RA 7 fact sheet, an RA 9 fact sheet, a list of resources and links. . . .