You can change or revoke (revoke) your representation contract at any time if you are able to do so. You should review your representation agreement at least once a year to ensure that it continues to meet your wishes and to take into account all decisions that must be made on your behalf and that those representatives remain willing and able to be your representative if necessary. (c) if the representation agreement appoints more than one representative, but each can act independently, at least one representative. Section 7 of the Act allows you to enter into a basic representation agreement that covers your daily life. In a Section 7 agreement, you can authorize your representatives to help you make decisions or make decisions on your behalf on any of the following: To terminate a replacement agreement, you must notify the representative and the assistant representative and the supervisor in writing. Section 9 of the Act allows you to enter into a representation agreement that gives your representative the authority to make medical and other decisions that are very important to you, including the decision to refuse life support. The elements that you can authorize your representative in a contract in accordance with Section 9 include: (c) all the criteria for amendment or retraction set out in the agreement are met and, unless otherwise stated in your agreement, your representative agreement will enter into force as soon as it is signed and certified. However, there is no need to use it immediately if you do not need help. You may want a trusted third party to keep the document with instructions to disclose it to your representative only if necessary. 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. 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; There are two types of representation agreements: a standard representation agreement and a non-standard representation agreement.
Model agreements, also known as Section 7 agreements, allow a representative to make minor and important decisions in the area of adult health, as well as decisions related to the routine management of adult financial affairs. Typical agreements do not require a large adult ability to sign and formalize the document and are limited in the financial and health care decisions a representative can make. When an adult becomes incapacitated and has not signed a replacement agreement, some health care decisions may continue to be made by a temporary alternative decision made by the Health Care (Consent) Act and the Care Facility (admission).