What is a representation agreement?

A representation agreement is a legal document based on BC legislation that allows a person to appoint someone else to make personal and health care decisions for them usually when the appointing person is unable to instruct a doctor or caregiver. This document acts like a medical power of attorney, and can even include limited financial instructions. You not only choose the person to provide instructions on your behalf when you are unable to do so, but you can also set out your care and medical instructions for your appointee to follow. These instructions can be general or can specify precisely what medical procedures you wish to have or wish not to have.

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