C-81 - Public Curator Act

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34. Where the rules of administration of the property of others provide that the person represented shall or may give his consent to an act, obtain advice or be consulted, the person having parental authority or the spouse or, where both persons fail or are unable to act, a close relative or any person showing a special interest in the person represented shall act on his behalf. In any other case, the authorization of the court shall be required.
The Public Curator may apply to the court for a review of the decision made by the person authorized to decide on behalf of the minor or the person of full age under tutorship or curatorship within 10 days from the day on which the Public Curator is notified of the decision.
1989, c. 54, s. 34; 1992, c. 57, s. 558.
34. Where the rules of administration of the property of others provide that the person represented shall or may give his consent to an act, obtain advice or be consulted, the subrogate-tutor or the subrogate-curator, as the case may be, shall act on behalf of the minor or the person of full age under tutorship or curatorship represented by the Public Curator; otherwise, the person having parental authority or the spouse or, where both persons fail or are unable to act, a close relative or any person showing a special interest in the person represented shall act on his behalf. In any other case, the authorization of the court shall be required.
The Public Curator may apply to the court for a review of the decision made by the person authorized to decide on behalf of the minor or the person of full age under tutorship or curatorship within ten days from the day on which the Public Curator is notified of the decision.
1989, c. 54, s. 34.