The Vermont Statutes Online

Title 18: Health

Chapter 231: ADVANCE DIRECTIVES FOR HEALTH CARE AND DISPOSITION OF REMAINS


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§ 9700   Purpose and policy
§ 9701   Definitions
§ 9702   Advance directive
§ 9703   Form and execution
§ 9704   Amendment, suspension, and revocation
§ 9705   Duty to deliver
§ 9706   When advance directive becomes effective
§ 9707   Authority and obligations of health care providers, health care facilities, and residential care facilities regarding health care instructions
§ 9708   Authority and obligations of health care providers, health care facilities, and residential care facilities regarding do-not-resuscitate orders and clinician orders for life sustaining treatment
§ 9709   Obligations of health care providers, health care facilities, residential care facilities, and health insurers regarding protocols and nondiscrimination
§ 9710   [Reserved.]
§ 9711   Authority and obligations of agent
§ 9712   Obligations of funeral directors, crematory operators, cemetery officials, procurement organizations, and individuals appointed to arrange for the disposition of the principal's remains
§ 9713   Immunity
§ 9714   Failure to follow advance directive; unauthorized access of registry; administrative penalties
§ 9715   Interpretation with other laws
§ 9716   Reciprocity; choice of law
§ 9717   Presumption of validity
§ 9718   Petition for review by probate division of the superior court
§ 9719   Obligations of state agencies
§ 9720   Severability

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