The standard forms published by the Ministry of the Attorney General are intended to help individuals plan for a possible future disability. The use of these forms is optional. Anyone wishing to issue a representation agreement or permanent authority is not obliged to use these standard forms, but must nevertheless ensure that their document complies with the requirements of the legislation. 5. A person designated in a representation agreement that is considered a representative may not exercise any power or perform the functions of a representative in British Columbia (3) Where an adult provides, in a representation agreement referred to in section 9 of the Act, that the adult`s representative is not required to keep one or more of the records described in subsection 2; Paragraph 2 shall not apply to the extent described in the representation contract. (b) the accounts and other records of the exercise of the representative`s powers under the representation agreement; (e) where the adult has been physically tied up, moved or administered, under the authority granted in accordance with the representation agreement and section 9 (1) (b) (viii) of the Act or other order, a description of who physically tied up, moved or managed the adult and why. (a) with the exception of the provisions of the representation agreement, a copy of all recordings made by the adult on the instructions, wishes, beliefs and values of the adult within the meaning of section 16 of the Act; 3. Paragraph 2 does not apply to an agreement referred to in Part 1 or 2 of Schedule A to the Adult Protection and Decision-Making Act (Yukon). 2. Subject to paragraphs 3 and 4, an instrument is considered a representation agreement under section 9 of the Act, where the instrument of the “routine financial management” provision combined with the very low capacity threshold of a section 7 of the FR means that this can be very useful in cases where an elderly adult “slips” and has not issued a power: Trust agreement, community accounts provisions, etc.
There is no definition of “representation agreement” in the Replacement Contracts Act, with the exception of the more tautological “means an agreement entered into under sections 7 or 9”. Section 2 of the Act offers some help: representation agreements and permanent powers are two types of legal documents that allow individuals to plan for the possibility of future disability. These are tools that allow a person to appoint another person to manage their personal and health needs and financial problems if they are not able to do so on their own. • is aware that the meeting of the representation agreement or the amendment or revocation of any of the provisions means that the representative can make or make decisions concerning the adult; 9(1) In this Division, “deemed representation agreement” means an instrument established in a jurisdiction outside British Columbia that is considered to be a representation agreement in accordance with division 9 of the Act in accordance with subdivision (2). Representation agreements and permanent powers are two types of legal documents that allow individuals to plan for the possibility of future disability. Standard forms may not be suitable for everyone, as they offer only one way to establish a representation agreement or permanent power of attorney. For example, these forms provide for the appointment of a single representative or lawyer acting at the same time. There are also many other options in the legislation that are not reflected in these forms: for example, the nature of the authority that can be granted or when the document will come into force.
In order for a representation agreement (Section 7) to be effective, the following certificates must be completed, where appropriate: (b) where, since the date of conclusion of the representation agreement, the adult`s domicile changes or the adult`s personal care or health care needs change significantly, information on the nature of the change and the representative`s decision in this regard; 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. . . .