—(1) A person of sound mind who has attained the age of 21 years and who desires not to be subjected to extraordinary life-sustaining treatment in the event of his suffering from a terminal illness, may at any time make an advance medical directive in the prescribed form.
(2) Subject to subsection (3), the directive must be witnessed by 2 witnesses present at the same time one of whom shall be the patient’s family medical practitioner or any other practitioner of his choice; and the other shall be a person who has attained the age of 21 years.
(3) A witness shall be a person who to the best of his knowledge —
is not a beneficiary under the patient’s will or any policy of insurance;
has no interest under any instrument under which the patient is the donor, settlor or grantor;
would not be entitled to an interest in the estate of the patient on the patient’s death intestate;
would not be entitled to an interest in the moneys of the patient held in the Central Provident Fund or other provident fund on the death of that patient; and
has not registered an objection under section 10(1).