2nd Engrossment - 81st Legislature (1999 - 2000) Posted on 12/15/2009 12:00am
1.1 A bill for an act 1.2 relating to children; providing for designation of 1.3 standby and alternate custodians of children; amending 1.4 Minnesota Statutes 1998, sections 171.07, subdivision 1.5 11; and 524.5-505; proposing coding for new law as 1.6 Minnesota Statutes, chapter 257B; repealing Minnesota 1.7 Statutes 1998, sections 257A.01; 257A.02; 257A.03; 1.8 257A.04; 257A.05; 257A.06; 257A.07; 257A.08; 257A.09; 1.9 and 257A.10. 1.10 BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA: 1.11 Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 1998, section 171.07, 1.12 subdivision 11, is amended to read: 1.13 Subd. 11. [
DESIGNATED CAREGIVERSTANDBY OR TEMPORARY 1.14 CUSTODIAN.] (a) Upon the written request of the applicant on a1.15 form developed by the department, which contains the information1.16 specified in paragraph (b),and upon payment of an additional 1.17 fee of $3.50, the department shall issue a driver's license or 1.18 Minnesota identification card bearing a symbol or other 1.19 appropriate identifier indicating that the license holder has 1.20 appointed an individual to serve as a designated1.21 caregiverstandby or temporary custodian under chapter 257A1.22 257B. 1.23 (b) The form shall provide as follows:1.24 "...(Name of parent(s))... appoints ...(name of designated1.25 caregiver)... to provide care for ...(name of child or1.26 children)... when requested by the parent(s) or when the1.27 parent(s) is unable to care for the child (children) and unable2.1 to request the designated caregiver's assistance.2.2 The designated caregiver will care for the child (children)2.3 named in this form for (choose one of the following):2.4 (indicate a specified period of time that is less than one2.5 year); or2.6 (indicate that care is to be provided for one year).2.7 The designated caregiver has the powers and duties to make2.8 decisions and meet the child's (children's) needs in the areas2.9 checked or specified below:2.10 education .....2.11 health care .....2.12 religion .....2.13 day care .....2.14 recreation .....2.15 other .....2.16 ...........................................................2.17 ...........................................................2.18 ...........................................................2.19 The designated caregiver (choose one of the following):2.20 is ...2.21 is not ...2.22 authorized to make decisions about financial issues and2.23 control financial resources provided for the child (children) by2.24 the parent.2.25 This designated caregiver agreement is effective for four2.26 years following the date it is signed by the parent(s),2.27 designated caregiver, and any alternate designated caregiver.2.28 However, the agreement may be canceled by a parent, a designated2.29 caregiver, or an alternate designated caregiver at any time2.30 before that date, upon notice to the other parties to the2.31 agreement. All parents who have court-ordered visitation rights2.32 to the child must consent to the agreement.2.33 (Signature(s) of parent(s) with legal custody and Minnesota2.34 driver's license(s) or Minnesota identification card number(s))2.35 (Designated caregiver signature, Minnesota driver's license2.36 or Minnesota identification card number, address, and telephone3.1 number)3.2 (Alternate designated caregiver signature, Minnesota3.3 driver's license or Minnesota identification card number,3.4 address, and telephone number)3.5 (Date .....)3.6 (Notarization .....)"The request must be accompanied by a 3.7 copy of the designation executed under section 257B.04. 3.8 (c) The department shall maintain a computerized records 3.9 system of all persons listed as designated caregiversstandby or 3.10 temporary custodians by driver's license and identification card 3.11 applicants. This data shall be released to appropriate law 3.12 enforcement agencies under section 13.69. Upon a parent's 3.13 request and payment of a fee of $3.50, the department shall 3.14 revise its list of designated caregivers and alternatesstandby 3.15 or temporary custodians to reflect a change in the appointment 3.16 of a designated caregiver. 3.17 (d) At the request of the license or card holder, the 3.18 department shall cancel the designated caregiverstandby or 3.19 temporary custodian indication without additional charge. 3.20 However, this paragraph does not prohibit a fee that may be 3.21 applicable for a duplicate or replacement license or card, 3.22 renewal of a license, or other service applicable to a driver's 3.23 license or identification card. 3.24 (e) Notwithstanding sections 13.08, subdivision 1, and 3.25 13.69, the department and department employees are conclusively 3.26 presumed to be acting in good faith when employees rely on 3.27 statements made, in person or by telephone, by persons 3.28 purporting to be law enforcement and subsequently release 3.29 information described in paragraph (b). When acting in good 3.30 faith, the department and department personnel are immune from 3.31 civil liability and not subject to suit for damages resulting 3.32 from the release of this information. 3.33 (f) The department and its employees: 3.34 (1) have no duty to inquire or otherwise determine whether 3.35 a formdesignation submitted under this subdivision contains the3.36 signatures of all parents who have legal custody of a child or4.1 whether all parents who have court-ordered visitation rights to4.2 the child have consented to the agreementis legally valid and 4.3 enforceable; and 4.4 (2) are immune from all civil liability and not subject to 4.5 suit for damages resulting from a claim that any parent with4.6 legal custody of a child has not signed the form or that a4.7 parent who has court-ordered visitation rights to the child did4.8 not consent to the agreementthe designation was not legally 4.9 valid and enforceable. 4.10 (g) Of the fees received by the department under this 4.11 subdivision: 4.12 (1) Up to $111,000 received in fiscal year 1997 and up to 4.13 $61,000 received in subsequent fiscal years must be deposited in 4.14 the general fund. 4.15 (2) All other fees must be deposited in the trunk highway 4.16 fund. 4.17 Sec. 2. [257B.01] [DEFINITIONS.] 4.18 Subdivision 1. [SCOPE.] The definitions in this section 4.19 apply to this chapter. 4.20 Subd. 2. [ALTERNATE.] "Alternate" means a person with all 4.21 the rights, responsibilities, and qualifications of a standby 4.22 custodian who shall become a standby custodian if the currently 4.23 designated standby custodian is unable or unwilling to fulfill 4.24 the obligations of custodian. 4.25 Subd. 3. [ATTENDING PHYSICIAN.] "Attending physician" 4.26 means a physician who has primary responsibility for the 4.27 treatment and care of the designator. If physicians share 4.28 responsibility, another physician is acting on the attending 4.29 physician's behalf, or no physician has primary responsibility, 4.30 any physician who is familiar with the designator's medical 4.31 condition may act as an attending physician under this chapter. 4.32 Subd. 4. [CO-CUSTODIAN.] "Co-custodian" means a standby 4.33 custodian who is acting as custodian along with the parents and 4.34 shares physical or legal custody of the children, or both, due 4.35 to the occurrence of a triggering event. 4.36 Subd. 5. [CONSENT.] "Consent" means a written 5.1 authorization signed by the designator in the presence of two 5.2 witnesses who also sign the writing. The witnesses must be 18 5.3 years of age or older and not named in the designation. 5.4 Subd. 6. [DEBILITATION.] "Debilitation" means a person's 5.5 chronic and substantial inability, as a result of a physically 5.6 incapacitating disease or injury, to care for the children. 5.7 Subd. 7. [DESIGNATION.] "Designation" means a written 5.8 document naming a standby or temporary custodian. A parent may 5.9 designate an alternate standby custodian in the same writing. A 5.10 parent may not designate an alternate temporary custodian. 5.11 Subd. 8. [DESIGNATOR.] "Designator" means a parent or 5.12 legal custodian who appoints a standby or temporary custodian. 5.13 Subd. 9. [DETERMINATION OF DEBILITATION.] "Determination 5.14 of debilitation" means a written finding made by an attending 5.15 physician which states that the designator suffers from a 5.16 physically incapacitating disease or injury. No identification 5.17 of the illness in question is required. 5.18 Subd. 10. [DETERMINATION OF INCAPACITY. ] "Determination 5.19 of incapacity" means a written finding made by an attending 5.20 physician which states the nature, extent, and probable duration 5.21 of the designator's mental or organic incapacity. 5.22 Subd. 11. [INCAPACITY.] "Incapacity" means a chronic and 5.23 substantial inability, resulting from a mental or organic 5.24 impairment, to understand the nature and consequences of 5.25 decisions concerning the care of the designator's dependent 5.26 children and a consequent inability to care for the children. 5.27 Subd. 12. [STANDBY CUSTODIAN.] "Standby custodian" means a 5.28 person named by a designator to assume the duties of 5.29 co-custodian or custodian of a child and whose authority becomes 5.30 effective upon the incapacity, debilitation and consent, or 5.31 death of the child's parent. 5.32 Subd. 13. [TEMPORARY CUSTODIAN.] "Temporary custodian" 5.33 means a person named by a designator to assume the duties of 5.34 legal and physical custodian of a child for a specific time up 5.35 to 24 months. 5.36 Subd. 14. [TRIGGERING EVENT.] "Triggering event" means a 6.1 specified occurrence stated in the designation that empowers a 6.2 standby or temporary custodian to assume the powers, duties, and 6.3 responsibilities of custodian or co-custodian. 6.4 Sec. 3. [257B.02] [APPLICATION OF OTHER LAW; 6.5 CONSTRUCTION.] 6.6 Chapters 257 and 518 and sections 525.539 to 525.705 apply 6.7 to standby custodians, temporary custodians, co-custodians, 6.8 custodians, and alternates unless otherwise specified in this 6.9 chapter. 6.10 Nothing in this chapter may be construed to deprive a 6.11 parent of any parental rights or responsibilities. A designator 6.12 does not lose any custodial rights by the appointment of a 6.13 standby or temporary custodian. 6.14 Nothing in this chapter may be construed to relieve any 6.15 parent of a duty to support the parent's children. A 6.16 preexisting child support order is not suspended or terminated 6.17 during the time a child is cared for by a standby or temporary 6.18 custodian, unless otherwise provided by court order. A standby 6.19 custodian or temporary custodian has a cause of action for child 6.20 support against an absent parent under section 256.87, 6.21 subdivision 5. 6.22 Sec. 4. [257B.03] [DESIGNATOR.] 6.23 (a) A parent with legal and physical custody or a legal 6.24 custodian may designate a standby or temporary custodian by 6.25 means of a written designation unless the child has another 6.26 legal parent: 6.27 (1) whose parental rights have not been terminated; 6.28 (2) whose whereabouts are known; and 6.29 (3) who is willing and able to make and carry out the daily 6.30 custodial care and make decisions concerning the child. 6.31 (b) Notwithstanding paragraph (a), a parent or legal 6.32 custodian may designate a standby or temporary custodian with 6.33 the consent of the other parent, or as provided by section 6.34 257B.05, subdivision 6. 6.35 (c) A legal custodian pursuant to a designation of 6.36 temporary custodianship may not designate a different temporary 7.1 custodian. 7.2 Sec. 5. [257B.04] [CONTENTS OF DESIGNATION.] 7.3 Subdivision 1. [REQUIRED INFORMATION.] A designation of a 7.4 standby or temporary custodian must identify the designator 7.5 making the designation; the children; the other parent, if any; 7.6 the standby or temporary custodian; and the triggering event or 7.7 events upon which a standby or temporary custodian becomes a 7.8 co-custodian or custodian. Different standby custodians may be 7.9 designated for different triggering events. The designation 7.10 must include the signed consent of the standby or temporary 7.11 custodian and the signed consent of the other parent or a 7.12 statement why the other parent's consent is not required. 7.13 Subd. 2. [SIGNATURE; WITNESSES.] The designation must be 7.14 signed by the designator in the presence of two witnesses who 7.15 are 18 years of age or older and not otherwise named in the 7.16 designation. The witnesses must also sign the declaration. 7.17 If the designator is physically unable to sign the 7.18 designation, the designator may direct another person not named 7.19 in the designation to sign on the designator's behalf in the 7.20 presence of the designator and both witnesses. 7.21 Subd. 3. [ALTERNATE.] A designator may, but need not, 7.22 designate an alternate standby custodian in the designation. No 7.23 alternate temporary custodian may be named. 7.24 Subd. 4. [RECOMMENDED FORM.] A designation may, but need 7.25 not, be in the following form: "I (insert name of designator) 7.26 do hereby appoint (insert name, address, and telephone number of 7.27 standby or temporary custodian) as the standby or temporary 7.28 custodian of (insert name(s) of child(ren)) to take effect upon 7.29 the occurrence of the following triggering event or events 7.30 (insert specific triggering events). 7.31 I am the (insert designator's relationship to child(ren)) 7.32 of (insert name(s) of child(ren)). (Insert name(s) of 7.33 child(ren)'s other parent) is the other parent of (insert 7.34 name(s) of child(ren)). The other parent's address is: 7.35 (check all that apply): 7.36 .... The other parent died on (insert date of death). 8.1 .... The other parent's parental rights were terminated on 8.2 (insert date of termination). 8.3 .... The other parent's whereabouts are unknown. I 8.4 understand that all living parents whose rights have not been 8.5 terminated must be given notice of this designation pursuant to 8.6 the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure or a petition to approve 8.7 this designation may not be granted by the court. 8.8 .... The other parent is unwilling and unable to make and 8.9 carry out day-to-day child-care decisions concerning the 8.10 child(ren). 8.11 .... The other parent consents to this designation and has 8.12 signed this form below. 8.13 By this designation I am granting (insert name of standby 8.14 or temporary custodian) the authority to act for 60 days 8.15 following the occurrence of the triggering event as a 8.16 co-custodian with me, or in the event of my death, as custodian 8.17 of my child(ren). 8.18 A temporary custodian appointment terminates upon the death 8.19 of the designator. 8.20 (Optional) I hereby nominate (insert name, address, and 8.21 telephone number of alternate standby custodian) as the 8.22 alternate standby custodian to assume the duties of the standby 8.23 custodian named above if the standby custodian is unable or 8.24 unwilling to act as a standby custodian. 8.25 If I have indicated more than one triggering event, it is 8.26 my intent that the triggering event which occurs first shall 8.27 take precedence. If I have indicated "my death" as the 8.28 triggering event, it is my intent that the person named in the 8.29 designation to be standby custodian for my child(ren) in the 8.30 event of my death shall be appointed as guardian of my 8.31 child(ren) under Minnesota Statutes, section 525.551, upon my 8.32 death. 8.33 It is my intention to retain full parental rights to the 8.34 extent consistent with my condition and to retain the authority 8.35 to revoke the appointment of a standby or temporary custodian if 8.36 I so choose. 9.1 This designation is made after careful reflection, while I 9.2 am of sound mind. 9.3 ........................... ........................... 9.4 (Date) (Designator's Signature) 9.5 .......................... .......................... 9.6 (Witness' Signature) (Witnesses' Signature) 9.7 .......................... .......................... 9.8 (Number and Street) (Number and Street) 9.9 .......................... .......................... 9.10 (City, State, and Zip Code) (City, State, and Zip Code) 9.11 (IF APPLICABLE: I (insert name of other parent) hereby 9.12 consent to this designation. 9.13 ........................... ........................... 9.14 (Date) (Signature of Other Parent) 9.15 .............................................................. 9.16 (Address of Other Parent) 9.17 I, (insert name of standby or temporary custodian), hereby 9.18 accept my nomination as standby or temporary custodian of 9.19 (insert child(ren)'s name(s)). I understand that my rights and 9.20 responsibilities toward the child(ren) named above will become 9.21 effective upon the occurrence of the above-stated triggering 9.22 event or events. I further understand that in order to continue 9.23 caring for the child(ren), I must file a petition with the court 9.24 within 60 days of the occurrence of the triggering event. 9.25 ........................... ........................... 9.26 (Date) (Signature of Standby or 9.27 Temporary Custodian)" 9.28 Subd. 5. [STANDBY OR TEMPORARY CUSTODIAN INDICATION ON 9.29 DRIVER'S LICENSE.] A designator who wishes to have a standby or 9.30 temporary custodian indication placed on the designator's 9.31 driver's license may do so as provided in section 171.07, 9.32 subdivision 11. 9.33 Sec. 6. [257B.05] [PETITION FOR APPROVAL.] 9.34 Subdivision 1. [GENERALLY.] A petition for approval of a 9.35 designation under this chapter may be made at any time by filing 9.36 with the court a copy of the designation. No filing fee is 10.1 required to initiate the proceeding. A court may, however, 10.2 determine the ability to pay fees in the event of a hearing on 10.3 the petition. Only the designator may file a petition for 10.4 confirmation of a temporary custodian. If the triggering event 10.5 has not occurred on or before the time of filing, only the 10.6 designator may file the petition for confirmation of a standby 10.7 custodian. If the triggering event has occurred on or before 10.8 the time of filing, the standby custodian named in the 10.9 designation may file a petition containing one of the following: 10.10 (1) a determination of the designator's incapacity; 10.11 (2) a determination of the designator's debilitation and 10.12 the designator's signed and dated consent; or 10.13 (3) a copy of the designator's death certificate. 10.14 Subd. 2. [NOTICE.] (a) The petitioner must serve any 10.15 person named in the designation and any other current caregiver 10.16 of the children with a copy of the petition and designation and 10.17 notice of any hearing within ten days of the filing of the 10.18 petition. 10.19 (b) If the petition alleges that a nondesignating parent 10.20 cannot be located, that parent must be notified in accordance 10.21 with section 518.11. 10.22 No notice is required to a parent whose parental rights 10.23 have been terminated by a court order. 10.24 Subd. 3. [JURISDICTION.] For purposes of determining 10.25 jurisdiction under this chapter, the provisions of chapter 518D 10.26 apply. 10.27 Subd. 4. [PRESUMPTIONS.] In a proceeding for judicial 10.28 confirmation of a standby custodian or temporary custodian, a 10.29 designation constitutes a presumption that the designated 10.30 custodian is capable of serving as co-custodian or custodian. 10.31 If the designator is the sole surviving parent, the parental 10.32 rights of the other parent have been terminated, or both parents 10.33 consent to the designation, there is a presumption that entry of 10.34 an order confirming the designation of the standby or temporary 10.35 custodian is in the best interest of the children. 10.36 Subd. 5. [APPROVAL WITHOUT HEARING.] Approval of the 11.1 designation without a hearing is permitted if the designator is 11.2 the sole surviving parent, the parental rights of the other 11.3 parent have been terminated, or both parents consent to 11.4 confirmation of the standby or temporary custodian. 11.5 Subd. 6. [HEARING.] A hearing is required if there is a 11.6 parent other than the designator whose parental rights have not 11.7 been terminated and who has not consented to the designation. 11.8 The court shall apply the factors in section 518.17 and make 11.9 specific findings in determining whether to confirm the 11.10 designation of the standby or temporary custodian, to appoint a 11.11 different custodian, or to grant custody to the other parent. A 11.12 court that finds the appointment of the standby or temporary 11.13 custodian to be in the best interest of the child shall enter an 11.14 order confirming the designation. 11.15 Subd. 7. [COURT APPEARANCE.] A designator who is medically 11.16 unable to appear in court need not appear. 11.17 Sec. 7. [257B.06] [CUSTODIAN'S AUTHORITY.] 11.18 Subdivision 1. [GENERALLY.] A standby or temporary 11.19 custodian may act as co-custodian or custodian upon the 11.20 occurrence of the triggering event. The commencement of the 11.21 standby or temporary custodian's authority to act as 11.22 co-custodian pursuant to a determination of incapacity, a 11.23 determination of debilitation and consent, or the receipt of 11.24 consent alone does not itself divest the designator of any 11.25 parental rights but confers on the standby or temporary 11.26 custodian concurrent or shared custody of the child. 11.27 Subd. 2. [DEATH OF DESIGNATOR.] The commencement of the 11.28 standby custodian's authority to act as custodian because of the 11.29 death of the designator does not confer upon the standby 11.30 custodian more than legal and physical custody of the child as 11.31 defined in chapter 518. On the death of the designator, the 11.32 standby custodian shall be appointed a guardian pursuant to 11.33 section 525.551. No separate petition is required. No bond or 11.34 accounting is required except as specified in this chapter. 11.35 Subd. 3. [INVOLVEMENT OF DESIGNATOR.] A co-custodian shall 11.36 assure frequent and continuing contact with and physical access 12.1 by the designator with the child and shall assure the 12.2 involvement of the parents, to the greatest extent possible, in 12.3 decision making on behalf of the child. 12.4 Subd. 4. [EFFECT OF FILING.] The designator may file a 12.5 petition for approval of a designation with the court at any 12.6 time. If the petition is approved by the court before the 12.7 occurrence of the triggering event, the standby or temporary 12.8 custodian's authority commences automatically upon the 12.9 occurrence of the triggering event. No further petition or 12.10 confirmation is required. If a designation has been made but 12.11 the petition for approval of the designation has not been filed 12.12 and a triggering event has occurred, the standby custodian has 12.13 temporary legal authority to act as a co-custodian or custodian 12.14 of the child(ren) without the direction of the court for a 12.15 period of 60 days. The standby custodian must, within that 12.16 period, file a petition for approval in accordance with this 12.17 chapter. If no petition is filed within 60 days, the standby 12.18 custodian loses all authority to act as co-custodian or 12.19 custodian. If a petition is filed but the court does not act 12.20 upon it within the 60-day period, the temporary legal authority 12.21 to act as co-custodian or custodian continues until the court 12.22 orders otherwise. 12.23 Subd. 5. [PARENTAL RIGHTS.] The commencement of a 12.24 co-custodian's or custodian's authority under this chapter does 12.25 not, by itself, divest a parent or legal custodian of any 12.26 parental or custodial rights. 12.27 Subd. 6. [MODIFICATION OF APPOINTMENT.] Once a court has 12.28 confirmed the designation of a standby custodian, the 12.29 appointment may be modified only under section 518.18, except 12.30 that the designator may revoke the designation under section 12.31 257B.07. 12.32 Subd. 7. [RESTORED CAPACITY.] If a licensed physician 12.33 determines that the designator has regained capacity, the 12.34 co-custodian's authority that commenced on the occurrence of a 12.35 triggering event becomes inactive. Failure of a co-custodian to 12.36 immediately return the child(ren) to the designator's care 13.1 entitles the designator to an emergency hearing within five days 13.2 of a request for a hearing. 13.3 Sec. 8. [257B.07] [REVOCATION.] 13.4 Subdivision 1. [PREPETITION.] Prior to a petition being 13.5 filed under this chapter, the designator may revoke the 13.6 appointment of a standby or temporary custodian by destruction 13.7 of the designation and notification of the revocation to the 13.8 standby or temporary custodian. 13.9 Subd. 2. [POSTPETITION.] After a petition has been filed, 13.10 the designator may revoke the designation of standby or 13.11 temporary custodian by: 13.12 (1) executing a written revocation; 13.13 (2) filing the revocation with the court; and 13.14 (3) notifying the persons named in the designation of the 13.15 revocation in writing. 13.16 Subd. 3. [UNWRITTEN REVOCATION.] An unwritten revocation 13.17 of the designation may be considered by the court if it can be 13.18 proven by clear and convincing evidence. 13.19 Sec. 9. [257B.08] [CONFLICTING DOCUMENTS.] 13.20 If a parent has appointed a testamentary guardian of the 13.21 person or estate of children by will under chapter 529 and there 13.22 is a conflict between the designation in the will and a duly 13.23 executed standby custodian designation, the document latest in 13.24 date of execution prevails. 13.25 Sec. 10. [257B.09] [BOND.] 13.26 A standby or temporary custodian must not be required to 13.27 post bond prior to the occurrence of the triggering event. The 13.28 court may require a bond if the standby or temporary custodian 13.29 is designated the co-custodian or custodian of the estate of the 13.30 children but may not require a bond for the co-custodianship of 13.31 the person of the children. 13.32 Sec. 11. [257B.10] [TRANSITION.] 13.33 If a designated caregiver agreement entered under chapter 13.34 257A before the effective date of this section would have become 13.35 operative but for the operation of sections 1 to 13, the parent 13.36 who executed the agreement, or if the parent is unable to act, 14.1 the designated caregiver under the agreement may file a petition 14.2 under section 257B.05 to request that the designated caregiver 14.3 agreement be approved by the court as a standby custodian. 14.4 Sec. 12. Minnesota Statutes 1998, section 524.5-505, is 14.5 amended to read: 14.6 524.5-505 [DELEGATION OF POWERS BY PARENT OR GUARDIAN.] 14.7 A parent or a guardian of a minor or incapacitated person, 14.8 by a properly executed power of attorney, may delegate to 14.9 another person, for a period not exceeding six months, any 14.10 powers regarding care, custody, or property of the minor or 14.11 ward, except the power to consent to marriage or adoption of a 14.12 minor ward. A parent of a minor child may also delegate those 14.13 powers for a period not exceeding one year by a designated14.14 caregiver agreement under chapter 257Aby designating a standby 14.15 or temporary custodian under chapter 257B. 14.16 Sec. 13. [REPEALER.] 14.17 Minnesota Statutes 1998, sections 257A.01; 257A.02; 14.18 257A.03; 257A.04; 257A.05; 257A.06; 257A.07; 257A.08; 257A.09; 14.19 and 257A.10, are repealed. 14.20 Sec. 14. [EFFECTIVE DATE.] 14.21 This act is effective the day following final enactment.