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Report No. 196

4. Advance Medical Directives as to medical treatment and Medical Power of Attorney to be void and not binding on medical practitioner:-

Every advance medical directive (called living will) or medical power-of-attorney executed by a person shall be void and of no effect and shall not be binding on any medical practitioner.



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