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(1)?An individual may revoke the designation of an agent only by a signed writing or by personally informing the supervising health-care provider.
(2)?An individual may revoke all or part of an advance health-care directive, other than the designation of an agent, at any time and in any manner that communicates an intent to revoke.
(3)?A health-care provider, agent, guardian, or surrogate who is informed of a revocation shall promptly communicate the fact of the revocation to the supervising health-care provider and to any health-care institution at which the patient is receiving care.
(4)?A decree of annulment, divorce, dissolution of marriage, or legal separation revokes a previous designation of a spouse as agent unless otherwise specified in the decree or in a power of attorney for health care.
(5)?An advance health-care directive that conflicts with an earlier advance health-care directive revokes the earlier directive to the extent of the conflict.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Mississippi Code Title 41. Public Health § 41-41-207. Revocation - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ms/title-41-public-health/ms-code-sect-41-41-207.html
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