C-25.01 - Code of Civil Procedure

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312. Non-contentious applications relating to tutorship to a minor, except those relating to suppletive tutorship, and, to the protective supervision of a person of full age including applications for the appointment or replacement of a tutor or curator, to a tutorship council or to a protection mandate may be presented before a notary according to the procedure set out in this Title. Applications for the probate of a will or for letters of verification may also be presented before a notary, unless the will concerned was deposited with that notary or a member of the same firm.
The notary seized of an application may rule on any ancillary matters, except those that require a special authorization from the court.
2014, c. 1, a. 312; I.N. 2016-12-01; 2017, c. 122017, c. 12, s. 42.
312. Non-contentious applications relating to tutorship to a minor, to the protective supervision of a person of full age including applications for the appointment or replacement of a tutor or curator, to a tutorship council or to a protection mandate may be presented before a notary according to the procedure set out in this Title. Applications for the probate of a will or for letters of verification may also be presented before a notary, unless the will concerned was deposited with that notary or a member of the same firm.
The notary seized of an application may rule on any ancillary matters, except those that require a special authorization from the court.
2014, c. 1, a. 312; I.N. 2016-12-01.
312. Non-contentious applications relating to tutorship to a minor, to the protective supervision of a person of full age (including applications for the appointment or replacement of a tutor or curator), to a tutorship council or to a protection mandate may be presented before a notary according to the procedure set out in this Title. Applications for the probate of a will or for letters of verification may also be presented before a notary, unless the will concerned was deposited with that notary or a member of the same firm.
The notary seized of an application may rule on any ancillary matters, except those that require a special authorization from the court.
2014, c. 1, a. 312.