At The End Of Act 1 After They Have Come To An Agreement
(c) the establishment, use or revocation of a representation agreement, or any change in a representation agreement, is clearly at odds with the current wishes, values, beliefs or interests of the adult who has entered into, revoked or amended the agreement, 17. – (1) Does the principal oblige indicate that it is likely that a consenting body under section 16 of this Act has been lost or cannot be reinstated within another time it may be declared inoperative by the courts. 2. An application for declaration must be filed in the ordinary trial court of the adjudicator`s home or last known residence. If the court finds that an application should be accepted, the Tribunal makes a statement stating that the authority becomes null and file as soon as the statement has been published in the “Danish Official Journal” and that a fixed period does not exceed 14 days after publication. In its statement, the Tribunal may state that the statement will be published by other means prior to its publication in “Statstidende”. When the publication has taken place as planned and the deadline set by the court has expired, the authority becomes null and forth with respect to the principal obliged. If the client requests it, the court issues a certificate to that effect. 3.
There is no appeal against a Tribunal decision under this section. If the court meets with more than one judge, the presiding judge makes the decision. 2. In deciding whether an adult is unable to enter into a replacement agreement consisting of one or more of the standard provisions authorized in Section 7, or whether he amends or revokes any of these provisions, all relevant factors, for example.B. 35″ should be taken into account. If a creditor has involuntarily lost a receipt for the payment of a sum of money, the debtor is nevertheless relieved of his obligation if he makes a payment in good faith against receipt after maturity. (d) there is an error in a representation agreement or an error in the performance, testimony or recording of the agreement; (1.1) A representation agreement may not authorize the remuneration of a representative, representative or monitor for decisions or actions taken by the adult, representative, substitute or monitor in accordance with Part 2 of the Health Care Act (consent) and care facility (accreditation). and any provision in a representation agreement purporting to authorize such remuneration is, in this respect, not applicable. 3O.” – 1. A letter of intent does not commit the person filing it if it was or should have been taken by the person to whom it was addressed by fraud, that it was caused by fraud on the part of a third party. 2. If the person to whom the statement was falsely presented fraudulently misrepresented or did not fraudulently disclose the statement, the person making the statement is deemed to have been led to make the statement by the fraudulent conduct, unless it is proven that the fraudulent conduct likely did not affect the statement.