(1) Subject to KRS 311.1923, a donor or other person authorized to make an anatomical gift under KRS 311.1915 may amend or revoke an anatomical gift by:
(a) A record signed by:
1. The donor;
2. The other person; or
3. Subject to subsection (2) of this section, another individual acting at the direction
of the donor or the other person if the donor or other person is physically unable
to sign; or
(b) A later-executed document of gift that amends or revokes a previous anatomical
gift or portion of an anatomical gift, either expressly or by inconsistency.
(2) A record signed pursuant to subsection (1)(a)3. of this section shall:
(a) Be witnessed by at least two (2) adults, at least one (1) of whom is a disinterested
witness, who have signed at the request of the donor or the other person; and
(b) State that it has been signed and witnessed as provided in paragraph (a) of this
(3) Subject to KRS 311.1923, a donor or other person authorized to make an anatomical gift under KRS 311.1915 may revoke an anatomical gift by the destruction or cancellation of the document
of gift, or the portion of the document of gift used to make the gift, with the intent
to revoke the gift.
(4) A donor may amend or revoke an anatomical gift that was not made in a will by
any form of communication during a terminal illness or injury addressed to at least
two (2) adults, at least one (1) of whom is a disinterested witness.
(5) A donor who makes an anatomical gift in a will may amend or revoke the gift in
the manner provided for amendment or revocation of wills or as provided in subsection
(1) of this section.
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