is carried out as effective, as if Section 35 of the Status of The Status of Child Custody Act were in effect in 2001 at the time of the agreement. However, a monitor cannot make decisions on behalf of the adult. A monitor may withdraw by written notification to the adult, any representative and all alternate representatives. The information will come into effect with the notification or later in the written notice (RAA s 12 (6) ]. For general provisions relating to the appointment and resignation of a monitor, see S 12 of the RAA. Contains information about representation agreements in general, and the page menu on the page contains a RA 7 fact sheet, a RA 9 fact sheet, a list of resources and links. (b) in accordance with the provisions of Section 13 of this Act, as amended by section 35 of the Amendment Act 2001 amended by Section 35 of the Adult Guardianship Statute Amendment Act, would effectively be implemented if the agreement were executed on or date; (c) the establishment, use or revocation of a representation agreement or any change in a representation agreement are clearly contrary to current wishes; Convictions or interest of the adult who made, revoked or amended the agreement, If the monitor can be reimbursed for the costs incurred in performing his duties (RAA s 26 (2) but can only be paid if this has been provided for by the RA and approved by the Supreme Court of the BC (RAA s 26 (1)). In addition, if the PGT appoints a replacement monitor, the PGT may authorize the payment of a fee (RAA s 21 (3)). If the monitor is concerned that the representative will not meet his or her obligations, the monitor should raise concerns with the representative (s) and the adult and try to resolve the issue through discussion and communication. The monitor may require the officer to report to them or to establish accounts (RAA s 20 (4)).
The monitor has the right to visit and speak to the adult at any appropriate time (RAA s 20 (2)) and anyone with custody or control of the adult is prohibited from obstructing the monitor`s access to the adult (RAA s 20 (3)). If the monitor, after review and discussion, believes that the agent will not fulfill his obligations or abuses in any way with respect to the adult, the monitor is legally obliged to contact the PGT to file a complaint (RAA s 20 (5)).