2021 Colorado Code
Title 15 - Probate, Trusts, and Fiduciaries
Article 14 - Persons Under Disability - Protection
Part 5 - Powers of Attorney
§ 15-14-509. Interstate Effect of Medical Durable Power of Attorney

Universal Citation: CO Code § 15-14-509 (2021)
  1. Unless otherwise stated in a medical durable power of attorney, it shall be presumed that the principal intends to have a medical durable power of attorney executed pursuant to this part 5 recognized to the fullest extent possible by the courts of any other state.
  2. Unless otherwise provided therein, any medical durable power of attorney or similar instrument executed in another state shall be presumed to comply with the provisions of this part 5 and may, in good faith, be relied upon by a health-care provider or health-care facility in this state.

History. Source: L. 92: Entire section added, p. 1979, § 2, effective June 4.

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