315. If the application relates to the institution or review of protective supervision or the homologation of a protection mandate, the notary is required to verify that the person concerned is incapable, but cannot determine conclusions without having in hand the assessments required by the Civil Code and a transcript of the person’s examination. The notary gives an account of the assessments and the examination to all present at the meeting or conference and informs them of any other relevant exhibits.
If the application relates to a protection mandate given in the presence of witnesses, a holograph will or a will made in the presence of witnesses, the notary confirms the existence of the document and determines whether it is valid.
2014, c. 1, a. 315; I.N. 2016-12-01.