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The debt was incurred for the support of the principal, and the attorney in fact is liable for that debt because of another legal relationship that gives rise to or results in a duty of support relative to the principal. Using encryption and decryption software, the sender can scramble the message and the recipient can unscramble it. Six weeks, people, and animals, and there were bottles near the body that Iâm sure theyâre going to have to request to test. You donât always have video of the crime scene, and a lot of juries these days â due to the CSI effect â they want that. In one such instance, the state may limit or completely prohibit the ownership of guns by those with criminal convictions.
Subject to division (H) of this section, an attending physician of a principal is not subject to criminal prosecution or professional disciplinary action and is not liable in damages in a tort or other civil action for actions taken in good faith and in reliance on a health care decision when all of the following are satisfied: The decision is made by an attorney in fact under a durable power of attorney for health care after the attorney in fact receives information sufficient to satisfy the requirements of informed consent or refusal or withdrawal of informed consent, and the attending physician, in good faith, believes that the attorney in fact is authorized to make the decision. GENERAL PROVISIONS Notwithstanding provisions in the power of attorney, an agent that has accepted appointment shall do all of the following: Act in accordance with the principal’s reasonable expectations to the extent actually known by the agent and, otherwise, in the principal’s best interest; Act in good faith; Act only within the scope of authority granted in the power of attorney; Attempt to preserve the principal’s estate plan to the extent actually known by the agent if preserving the plan is consistent with the principal’s best interest based on all relevant factors, including all of the following: The value and nature of the principal’s property; The principal’s foreseeable obligations and need for maintenance; Minimization of taxes, including income, estate, inheritance, generation-skipping transfer, and gift taxes; Eligibility for a benefit, a program, or assistance under a statute or regulation.