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Except as provided in § 36-3285 in regard to a mental health care power of attorney, a person may revoke the person's own health care directive or disqualify a surrogate by doing any of the following:
1. Making a written revocation of a health care directive or a written statement to disqualify a surrogate.
2. Orally notifying the surrogate or a health care provider.
3. Making a new health care directive.
4. Any other act that demonstrates a specific intent to revoke or to disqualify a surrogate.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Arizona Revised Statutes Title 36. Public Health and Safety § 36-3202. Revocation of health care directive; disqualification of surrogate - last updated March 08, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/az/title-36-public-health-and-safety/az-rev-st-sect-36-3202/
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