C-81 - Public Curator Act

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12. The Public Curator has the powers conferred on him by the Civil Code, this Act or any other Act.
The Public Curator is responsible, in particular, for
(1)  supervision of the administration of tutorships and curatorships to persons of full age, of certain tutorships to minors and of tutorships to absentees;
(2)  tutorships, curatorships or other duties related to the administration of the property of others, where such duties are assigned to him by a court;
(3)  tutorship to property of minors and tutorship or curatorship to persons of full age under protective supervision who are not already provided with a tutor or a curator.
1989, c. 54, s. 12; 1997, c. 80, s. 2; 2005, c. 44, s. 36; 2011, c. 10, s. 71.
12. The Public Curator has the powers conferred on him by the Civil Code, this Act or any other Act.
The Public Curator is responsible, in particular, for
(1)  supervision of the administration of tutorships and curatorships to persons of full age, of certain tutorships to minors and of tutorships to absentees;
(2)  tutorships, curatorships or other duties related to the administration of the property of others, where such duties are assigned to him by a court;
(3)  tutorship to property of minors and tutorship or curatorship to persons of full age under protective supervision who are not already provided with a tutor or a curator.
Certain powers set out in this Act are exercised, however, by the Minister of Revenue, in particular with regard to the provisional administration of property under Division V of Chapter II.
1989, c. 54, s. 12; 1997, c. 80, s. 2; 2005, c. 44, s. 36.
12. The Public Curator has the powers conferred on him by the Civil Code, this Act or any other Act.
The Public Curator is responsible, in particular, for
(1)  supervision of the administration of tutorships and curatorships to persons of full age, of certain tutorships to minors and of tutorships to absentees;
(2)  tutorships, curatorships or other duties related to the administration of the property of others, where such duties are assigned to him by a court;
(3)  tutorship to property of minors and tutorship or curatorship to persons of full age under protective supervision who are not already provided with a tutor or a curator.
1989, c. 54, s. 12; 1997, c. 80, s. 2.
12. The Public Curator has the powers conferred on him by the Civil Code of Québec, this Act or any other Act.
The Public Curator is responsible, in particular, for
(1)  supervision of the administration of tutorships and curatorships to minors and to persons of full age, and of curatorships to property of absentees;
(2)  tutorships, curatorships or other duties related to the administration of the property of others, where such duties are assigned to him by a court;
(3)  tutorship to property of minors and tutorship or curatorship to persons of full age under protective supervision who are not already provided with a tutor or a curator.
1989, c. 54, s. 12.