C-81 - Public Curator Act

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52. No person may acquaint himself with any record kept by the Public Curator in respect of a person represented by him or whose property he administers, or receive written or oral communication thereof or otherwise have access thereto except
(1)  the personnel of the Public Curator in the performance of their duties;
(2)  the person the Public Curator represents or has represented and the person whose property he administers or their successors or heirs;
(3)  the person having parental authority in respect of the person represented by the Public Curator, with the authorization of the Public Curator;
(4)  the spouse, close relative, relative by marriage or a civil union, any other person who has shown special interest in the person of full age or the person delegated by the Public Curator, with the authorization of the Public Curator;
(5)  the Public Protector.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, at the request of any interested person, the Public Curator may certify that a person is a minor or under protected supervision, and indicate the name of the tutor or curator.
1989, c. 54, s. 52; 1999, c. 40, s. 99; 2002, c. 6, s. 235.
52. No person may acquaint himself with any record kept by the Public Curator in respect of a person represented by him or whose property he administers, or receive written or oral communication thereof or otherwise have access thereto except
(1)  the personnel of the Public Curator in the performance of their duties;
(2)  the person the Public Curator represents or has represented and the person whose property he administers or their successors or heirs;
(3)  the person having parental authority in respect of the person represented by the Public Curator, with the authorization of the Public Curator;
(4)  the spouse, close relative, relative by marriage, any other person who has shown special interest in the person of full age or the person delegated by the Public Curator, with the authorization of the Public Curator;
(5)  the Public Protector.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, at the request of any interested person, the Public Curator may certify that a person is a minor or under protected supervision, and indicate the name of the tutor or curator.
1989, c. 54, s. 52; 1999, c. 40, s. 99.
52. No person may acquaint himself with any record kept by the Public Curator in respect of a person represented by him or whose property he administers, or receive written or oral communication thereof or otherwise have access thereto except
(1)  the personnel of the Public Curator in the performance of their duties;
(2)  the person the Public Curator represents or has represented and the person whose property he administers or their assigns or heirs;
(3)  the person having parental authority in respect of the person represented by the Public Curator, with the authorization of the Public Curator;
(4)  the spouse, close relative, relative by marriage, any other person who has shown special interest in the person of full age or the person delegated by the Public Curator, with the authorization of the Public Curator;
(5)  the Public Protector.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, at the request of any interested person, the Public Curator may certify that a person is a minor or under protected supervision, and indicate the name of the tutor or curator.
1989, c. 54, s. 52.