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Nursing Home and Assisted Living Laws: Federal and Ohio: Ohio Laws


A nursing home resident often has someone taking care of his or her financial affairs. This person is said to hold their Power of Attorney or POA. This person is not personally responsible for any bills that he signs for the resident. For more information about powers of attorney, see my libguide, Ohio Power of Attorney Law. 

Ohio Revised Code

Selected provisions from this chapter:

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Ohio Administrative Code

Selected provisions from Chapter 3701: