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Incapacity Planning: Changes to legislation relating to Representation Agreements and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Representation agreements and enduring powers of attorney are legal documents that allow individuals to plan for possible future incapability to manage their own affairs. These are tools that allow an individual to name another person to manage his or her personal and health care needs and financial matters in the event they are not able to do so on their own.

Amendments to legislation relating to representation agreements and enduring powers of attorney came into force on Sept. 1, 2011.

To learn more, please visit the BC Ministry of Attorney General website for information about representation agreements and enduring powers of attorney, useful forms, and links to resources and related legislation.

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