Tennessee Revocation of Statutory Living Will
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This is a revocation of the wishes and desires expressed in Form TN-P023, which is a Statutory Living Will form that allows you to express your wishes and desires if it is determined that your death will occur whether or not life-sustaining procedures are utilized and where the application of life-sustaining procedures would serve only to artificially prolong the dying process. This form acts as a revocation of a previously executed living will. This form complies with all applicable state statutory laws.
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