3. Subsection (2) does not apply to an agreement under Part 1 or 2 of Schedule A of the Adult Protection and Decisions Act (Yukon). 8If an adult, in a replacement agreement, is appointed to represent a person before September 1, 2011, section 5, paragraph 1, point (a), of the Act, as amended section 44 (a) of the Adult Guardianship and Planning Statutes Amendment Act, 2007, p.B.C 2007, c. 34, (e) , 2007, s.B.C 2007, c. 34, (e) , if the adult has been physically detained, displaced or administered, is described under adult supervision, issued in accordance with the representation agreement and section 9 (1) b) of the law, or, a description of persons physically detained, displaced or managed by the adult, and why. 3. Where an adult finds, in a replacement agreement under section 9 of the Act, that the adult`s representative is not required to keep one or more of the records described in the subsection (2), the subsection (2) does not apply to the extent described in the representation agreement. [to be completed by a lawyer in the jurisdiction in which an out-of-court representation agreement has been concluded] (4) To be effective in British Columbia, a representation agreement must be accompanied by a certificate required by this regulation by a lawyer entitled to practise in the jurisdiction in which the representation agreement was entered into that the agreement under the representation agreement meets the conditions set out in subsections 2 (a) to c). 9(1) In this section, the instrument known as the “representation agreement” refers to an act rendered in a jurisdiction outside British Columbia, which is considered a representation agreement in accordance with Section 9 of the Act, in accordance with point 2 above. (2) Subject to subsections (3) and (4), an instrument is considered a representation agreement under Article 9 of the Act where the act (a) is not included in the representation agreement. , a copy of an adult-led data set on adult instructions, wishes, beliefs and values within the meaning of section 16 of the law; (b) if, since the date of the representation agreement, the adult`s residence changes or if the adult`s personal health care needs change significantly, with information corresponding to the nature of the change and the representative`s decision to do so; 3 (1) This section applies to a representative appointed on the basis of a representation agreement under section 7 of the Act who has the financial affairs of an adult.
5. A person named in an agreement as a representative in a representation agreement in a representation agreement may not exercise any authority or exercise obligations in British Columbia as (b) representative accounts and other records that respect the exercise of the representative`s authority under the representation agreement; (i) the adult who produced the instrument was usually resident, and . 3.1 (1) This section applies to a representative who is authorized to care for or care for an adult. (ii) to the address of the person with an adult who appears to be with the person to be reported, or (i) in accordance with the adult`s financial means at the time of donation and with the adult`s previous practices, and 6All written notifications required or authorized by this law must be communicated to a person in accordance with the law in one of the following ways. (c) by forwarding a copy of the communication to the fax number, which is indicated by the person as an address for notification. (c) according to the laws of the jurisdiction in which (ii) relates, on behalf of the adult, to assessments, additional assessments and all related matters and (v) has been given on behalf of the adult to registered charities, but only if you propose in your contact letter that they address the B.C.