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58-1072.1.


58-1072.1.
   
   A. The durable power of attorney may show or state:
   
   1. The fact of execution under the provisions of the Uniform Durable
   Power of Attorney Act;
   
   2. The time and conditions under which the power is to become
   effective;
   
   3. The extent and scope of the powers conferred; and
   
   4. Who is to exercise the power, including any successor
   attorney-in-fact if a prior appointed attorney-in-fact dies, ceases to
   act, refuses or is unable to serve, or resigns.
   
   B. The power may grant complete or limited authority with respect to
   the principal's:
   
   1. Person, including, but not limited to, health and medical care
   decisions and a do-not-resuscitate consent on the principal's behalf,
   but excluding:
   
   a. the execution, on behalf of the principal, of a Directive to
   Physicians, an Advance Directive for Health Care, Living Will, or
   other document purporting to authorize life-sustaining treatment
   decisions, and
   
   b. the making of life-sustaining treatment decisions unless the power
   complies with the requirements for a health care proxy under the
   Oklahoma Rights of the Terminally Ill or Persistently Unconscious Act
   or the Oklahoma Do-Not-Resuscitate Act; and
   
   2. Property, including homestead property, whether real, personal,
   intangible or mixed.
   

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