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Bill Detail: SB21-195

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Title Notarization Of Certain Probate Documents
Status Sent to the Governor (04/29/2021)
Bill Subjects
  • Probate, Trusts, & Fiduciaries
House Sponsors M. Snyder (D)
M. Soper (R)
Senate Sponsors T. Story (D)
House Committee Public and Behavioral Health & Human Services
Senate Committee Judiciary
Date Introduced 03/22/2021
Summary

Under existing law, a declaration made pursuant to the Colorado
Medical Treatment Decision Act must be signed in the presence of 2
witnesses. The bill permits the declaration to be witnessed or
acknowledged before a notary public or other individual authorized by
law to take acknowledgments.
A donor may make an anatomical gift by a donor card or other

record signed by the donor. If the donor is physically unable to sign a
record, the record may be signed by another individual at the direction of
the donor and be witnessed by at least 2 adults, at least one of whom is a
disinterested witness. The bill permits the record of a person unable to
sign to be witnessed or acknowledged before a notary public or other
individual authorized by law to take acknowledgments.

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