C-25.01 - Code of Civil Procedure

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303. Applications dealt with according to the procedure for non-contentious proceedings include those relating to
(1)  authorization to consent to care that is not required by the state of health of a person under 14 years of age or incapable of giving consent, or authorization to consent to the alienation of a part of the body of a minor or an incapable person of full age;
(2)  a declaratory judgment of death, the probate of a will, letters of verification or, in succession matters, the liquidation or the partition of a succession;
(3)  the alteration of the register of civil status;
(4)  tutorship to an absentee or to a minor, the emancipation of a minor or the protective supervision of or a protection mandate for a person of full age;
(5)  the appointment, designation or replacement of any person that is required by law to be appointed, designated or replaced by the court on its own initiative or in the absence of an agreement between the interested parties, and applications of a similar nature relating to tutorship to a minor, the protective supervision of a person of full age, a succession or the administration of the property of others;
(6)  the placement and adoption of a child and the assignment of a name to the child;
(7)  a draft agreement that settles the consequences of a separation from bed and board, a divorce or the dissolution of a civil union;
(8)  the administration of undivided property, of a trust or of the property of others;
(9)  the acquisition by prescription of ownership in an immovable;
(10)  registration in the land register or the register of personal and movable real rights or the correction, reduction or cancellation of an entry in either register; and
(11)  the issue of a notarial act or the replacement or reconstitution of a writing.
Any application for an exemption from the obligation to pay support and arrears to the Minister of Revenue, or for the suspension of that obligation, if the parties satisfy the conditions of section 3 or 3.1 of the Act to facilitate the payment of support (chapter P-2.2), is also dealt with according to that procedure.
2014, c. 1, a. 303; I.N. 2016-12-01.
303. Applications dealt with according to the procedure for non-contentious proceedings include those relating to
(1)  authorization to consent to care that is not required by the state of health of a person under 14 years of age or incapable of giving consent, or authorization to consent to the alienation of a part of the body of a minor or an incapable person of full age;
(2)  a declaratory judgment of death, the probate of a will, letters of verification or, in succession matters, the liquidation or the partition of a succession;
(3)  the alteration of the register of civil status;
(4)  tutorship to an absentee or to a minor, the emancipation of a minor or the protective supervision of or a protection mandate for a person of full age;
(5)  the appointment, designation or replacement of any person that is required by law to be appointed, designated or replaced by the court on its own initiative or in the absence of an agreement between the interested parties, and applications of a similar nature relating to tutorship to a minor, the protective supervision of a person of full age, a succession or the administration of the property of others;
(6)  the placement and adoption of a child and the assignment of a name to the child;
In force: 2017-02-21
(7)  a draft agreement that settles the consequences of a separation from bed and board, a divorce or the dissolution of a civil union;
(8)  the administration of undivided property, of a trust or of the property of others;
(9)  the acquisition by prescription of ownership in an immovable;
(10)  registration in the land register or the register of personal and movable real rights or the correction, reduction or cancellation of an entry in either register; and
(11)  the issue of a notarial act or the replacement or reconstitution of a writing.
Any application for an exemption from the obligation to pay support and arrears to the Minister of Revenue, or for the suspension of that obligation, if the parties satisfy the conditions of section 3 or 3.1 of the Act to facilitate the payment of support (chapter P-2.2), is also dealt with according to that procedure.
2014, c. 1, a. 303; I.N. 2016-12-01.
303. Applications dealt with according to the procedure for non-contentious proceedings include those relating to
(1)  authorization to consent to care that is not required by the state of health of a person under 14 years of age or incapable of giving consent, or authorization to consent to the alienation of a body part of a minor or an incapable person of full age;
(2)  a declaratory judgment of death, the probate of a will, letters of verification or, in succession matters, the liquidation or the partition of a succession;
(3)  the alteration of the register of civil status;
(4)  tutorship to an absentee or to a minor, the emancipation of a minor or the protective supervision of or a protection mandate for a person of full age;
(5)  the appointment, designation or replacement of any person that is required by law to be appointed, designated or replaced by the court on its own initiative or in the absence of an agreement between the interested parties, and applications of a similar nature relating to tutorship to a minor, the protective supervision of a person of full age, a succession or the administration of the property of others;
(6)  the placement and adoption of a child and the assignment of a name to the child;
In force: 2017-02-21
(7)  a draft agreement that settles the consequences of a separation from bed and board, a divorce or the dissolution of a civil union;
(8)  the administration of undivided property, of a trust or of the property of others;
(9)  the acquisition by prescription of ownership in an immovable;
(10)  registration in the land register or the register of personal and movable real rights or the correction, reduction or cancellation of an entry in either register; and
(11)  the issue of a notarial deed or the replacement or reconstitution of a writing.
Any application for an exemption from the obligation to pay support and arrears to the Minister of Revenue, or for the suspension of that obligation, if the parties satisfy the conditions of section 3 or 3.1 of the Act to facilitate the payment of support (chapter P-2.2), is also dealt with according to that procedure.
2014, c. 1, a. 303.