22. The Public Curator may apply for the replacement of a tutor or curator on the grounds set out in the Civil Code or where the annual account of the tutor or curator or an inquiry held by the Public Curator gives serious reason to believe that the person represented may suffer damage by reason of the failure of the tutor or curator to perform his duties, or of his performing them improperly. He may also apply for the revocation of any protection mandate if the mandate is not faithfully carried out, or for any other serious cause.
Where the court so orders, the Public Curator shall, during proceedings, exercise tutorship or curatorship or, where revocation of the mandate is applied for, ensure the protection of the disabled person or the administration of his property.
1989, c. 54, s. 22; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).