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Montana Title 41. Minors § 41-1-401. Definitions

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As used in this part, the following definitions apply:

(1) “Emancipated minor” means an individual under 18 years of age who:

(a) is or has been married;

(b) is separated from the individual's parent, parents, or legal guardian and is self-supporting;  or

(c) has been granted the right to consent to medical treatment pursuant to an order of limited emancipation granted by a court pursuant to 41-3-438.

(2) “Health care facility” has the meaning provided in 50-5-101.

(3) “Health professional” includes only those persons licensed in Montana as physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, advanced practice registered nurses, dentists, physician assistants, professional counselors, or social workers.

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