Whoever commits any of the following acts is guilty of a gross misdemeanor:
(1) willfully conceals, cancels, defaces, or obliterates a health care directive of a principal without the consent of the principal;
(2) willfully conceals or withholds personal knowledge of a revocation of a health care directive;
(3) falsifies or forges a health care directive or a revocation of the instrument;
(4) coerces or fraudulently induces another to execute a health care directive; or
(5) requires or prohibits the execution of a health care directive as a condition for being insured for or receiving all or some health care services.
Whoever commits an act prohibited under subdivision 1 is guilty of a felony if the act results in bodily harm to the principal or to the person who would have been a principal but for the unlawful act.