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§ 5-55. Law governing validity; choice of law as to the execution of document of anatomical gift; presumption of validity.
(a) A document of gift is valid if executed in accordance with:
(1) this Act;
(2) the laws of the state or country where it was executed; or
(3) the laws of the state or country where the person making the anatomical gift was domiciled, had a place of residence, or was a national at the time the document of gift was executed.
(b) If a document of gift is valid under this Section, the law of this State governs the interpretation of the document of gift.
(c) A person may presume that a document of gift or amendment of an anatomical gift is valid unless that person knows that it was not validly executed or was revoked.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Illinois Statutes Chapter 755. Estates § 50/5-55. Law governing validity; choice of law as to the execution of document of anatomical gift; presumption of validity - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/il/chapter-755-estates/il-st-sect-755-50-5-55/
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