The first thing to know is that only the adult`s signature for a replacement agreement must be certified. The adult and the witness must be together at the same time and observe each other. (The adult refers to the person to whom the agreement belongs. 24 (1) If a representative acting within the scope of the jurisdiction covered by a representation agreement does not know and reasonably did not know that the agreement or provision was not effective or invalidated, the agent (2) invalidates the non-designation of a monitor in a representation agreement for which a monitor is required under point 1 , a provision in section 7, paragraph 1, point b). Is aware that the agreement to represent, amend or revoke one of the provisions implies that the agent can make or make decisions about the adult; (c) a credit union or trust company as long as the jurisdiction of the credit union or fiduciary company does not cover health care or personal care as part of the representation agreement. There is no legal format for a representation agreement. However, there are specific legal requirements for signing and certifying representation agreements, but also for the necessary certificates that must be signed by your representatives, witnesses and others. If your representation agreement is not properly signed and certified and the required certificates are completed (in the case of a Section 9 representation agreement), it may not be valid. Your representative is required to act honestly and in good faith, to exercise due diligence, diligence and ability of a reasonable person, to exercise caution and to act within the authority specified in the representation agreement.
(b.1) a staff member or agent of a designated representative or alternative representative in the representation agreement, unless the person designated as an alternative representative is a representation agreement that allows you to choose the person or person who makes decisions that are important to you or assist you in the decision-making process. if you are no longer able to make decisions yourself. The person you choose is called your “representative.” In BC, if an adult is unable to give or refuse consent to health care, there is, according to BC Laws, a standard list of “replacement managers” who can accept medical treatment and can make health decisions on behalf of the incompetent adult if the adult has not appointed a representative to make health decisions in a representation agreement and no committee has been appointed to make health decisions in a representation agreement and no committee has been appointed named. Each witness must meet all the following conditions: (j) all the criteria set out in the representation agreement as grounds for objection are met. Under the BC Representation Agreement Act, there are generally two types of representation agreements that you can enter into: an agreement with “limited powers” – sometimes called Clause 7 Representation Agreement – and an agreement that includes “general powers” – sometimes referred to as a Section 9 representation agreement. Generally speaking, the types of decisions you can authorize your representative in a Section 7 agreement are important, but generally not as intrusive or potentially controversial as those that can be included in a Section 9 agreement. A Section 7 agreement is generally sufficient to cover your daily care needs. Section 16 requires you to sign the permanent power of attorney in front of a witness if you are a BC lawyer or notary.
Otherwise, we need two adult witnesses. Witnesses must sign it in front of them and each other. The extent of your representative`s powers depends on the powers you give them in your representative consent. In planning for a possible future disability, people often opt for two legal documents: a power of attorney giving the person of their choice (his “lawyer”) the power to settle his financial and legal affairs, and a representation agreement that gives the person of their choice (his “representative”) the