Texas Estates Code
Sec. § 1104.201
Definitions


In this subchapter:

(1)

“Declaration” means a written declaration of a person that:

(A)

designates another person to serve as a guardian of the person or estate of the declarant; and

(B)

satisfies the requirements of this subdivision and Sections 1104.202 (Designation of Guardian for Declarant), 1104.203 (Requirements for Declaration), 1104.204 (Form and Content of Declaration and Self-proving Affidavit), 1104.205 (Alternative to Self-proving Affidavit), 1104.207 (Filing of Declaration and Self-proving Affidavit), 1104.210 (Revocation of Declaration), 1104.211 (Effect of Divorce on Designation of Spouse), and 1104.212 (Alternate or Other Court-appointed Guardian).

(2)

“Self-proving affidavit” means an affidavit the form and content of which substantially comply with the requirements of Section 1104.204 (Form and Content of Declaration and Self-proving Affidavit).

(3)

“Self-proving declaration” includes a self-proving affidavit that is attached or annexed to a declaration.
Added by Acts 2011, 82nd Leg., R.S., Ch. 823 (H.B. 2759), Sec. 1.02, eff. January 1, 2014.
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