Withdrawal of attorney-in-fact
- • rescission of withdrawal
(1) An attorney-in-fact may withdraw by giving notice to the principal. If a principal is incapable, the attorney-in-fact may withdraw by giving notice to the attending physician or provider. The attending physician or provider shall note the withdrawal as part of the principal’s medical record.
(2) A person who has withdrawn under the provisions of subsection (1) of this section may rescind the withdrawal by executing an acceptance after the date of the withdrawal. The acceptance must be in the same form as provided by ORS 127.736 (Form of declaration) for accepting an appointment. A person who rescinds a withdrawal must give notice to the principal if the principal is capable or to the principal’s health care provider if the principal is incapable. [1993 c.442 §14]
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