61. No one is required to be represented by attorney before the courts, except:
(a) legal persons;
(b) the Public Curator;
(c) trustees, guardians, liquidators, receivers and other representatives of collective interests, when they act in that capacity;
(d) collection agents and purchasers of accounts, concerning the accounts which they are charged with recovering or which they have purchased;
(e) general or limited partnerships and associations within the meaning of the Civil Code, unless all the partners or members act themselves or mandate one of their number to act;
(f) persons acting on behalf of others under article 59.
Nevertheless, the claim of a legal person, general or limited partnership or association within the meaning of the Civil Code, to participate in a distribution of funds derived from the sale of the property of a debtor or from the seizure or voluntary deposit of his salary, wages or earnings, may be made by any attorney under a general or special power.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 80, a. 61; 1966, c. 21, s. 4; 1992, c. 57, s. 192.