1 This Act may be cited as The Adult Guardianship and Co-decision-making Act. Interpretation. 2 In this Act: (a) “adult” means an individual, 16 years of age or more, who is the subject of an application pursuant to section 6, 19, 30 or 44;. The Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act The Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act sets out the necessary legal process for granting powers of substitute decision-making to a co-decision maker. The Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act is built on four guiding principles: 1. The adult is presumed to have capacity and.
(4) If a guardianship order is in effect in respect of an adult who is the subject of an application for a co-decision-making order, the Court shall, if it makes a co‑decision‑making order in respect of the adult, terminate the guardianship order in the co-decision-making order. Before completing the forms, you may wish to review the Adult Guardianship in Saskatchewan Application Manual. Personal Guardian or Personal Co-Decision-Maker. To make an application to the Saskatchewan Court of Queen's Bench to be appointed as a personal guardian or personal co-decision-maker, you will need to fill out the following forms.
Decision-making options for individuals who need assistance are on a continuum, ranging from supported decision-making authorizations to full guardianship. The Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act (AGTA) sets out the necessary legal process for granting powers of substitute decision-making to a . A decision-maker is someone who can make or assist in making decisions for an adult. The term is used to describe a personal guardian, a property guardian, a personal co-decision maker, a property co-decision-maker, a temporary personal guardian or a temporary property guardian. A decision-maker can be one person or more than one person.