C-81 - Public Curator Act

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20. The Public Curator, in exercising his powers of supervision over the administration of tutorships and curatorships, shall inform any tutor or curator who so requires of the manner of fulfilling his obligations.
Tutors and curators shall transmit to the Public Curator, within two months of the institution of tutorship or curatorship, a copy of the inventory of the property entrusted to their administration, made in accordance with Title VII of Book IV of the Civil Code respecting the administration of the property of others; they shall also transmit an annual report of their administration, a copy of the periodic report on the assessment of disability of the person of full age at the end of each year in which it must be made, and a copy of their rendering of accounts.
1989, c. 54, s. 20; 1997, c. 80, s. 6.
20. The Public Curator, in exercising his powers of supervision over the administration of tutorships and curatorships, shall inform any tutor or curator who so requires of the manner of fulfilling his obligations.
Tutors and curators shall transmit to the Public Curator, within six months of the institution of tutorship or curatorship, a copy of the inventory of the property entrusted to their administration, made in accordance with Title VII of Book IV of the Civil Code of Québec respecting the administration of the property of others; they shall also transmit an annual report of their administration, a copy of the periodic report on the assessment of disability of the person of full age at the end of each year in which it must be made, and a copy of their rendering of accounts.
1989, c. 54, s. 20.