C-81 - Public Curator Act

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68. In addition to the regulatory powers otherwise conferred on it by this Act, the Government may, by regulation,
(1)  (paragraph repealed);
(2)  determine the information to be provided to the Public Curator, pursuant to section 14, by the executive director or the director of professional services of an institution contemplated in that section;
(3)  determine the form and content of the reports transmitted by tutors and curators;
(4)  (paragraph repealed);
(4.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(5)  determine the form and content of the account that must be rendered by the Public Curator pursuant to section 41;
(6)  determine the information to be entered in the registers;
(7)  fix the tariff of fees which the Public Curator may charge for the representation of persons, for the administration of the property entrusted to him or for his supervision of tutorships, curatorships or for the performance of the other functions assigned to him by law;
(8)  (paragraph repealed);
(9)  determine the rates of interest to be charged for amounts of money advanced by the Public Curator;
(10)  (paragraph repealed);
(10.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(10.2)  (paragraph repealed);
(11)  (paragraph repealed);
(12)  determine the main place where the Public Curator shall perform his duties.
1989, c. 54, s. 68; 1991, c. 72, s. 7; 1992, c. 21, s. 146; 1992, c. 57, s. 566; 1994, c. 18, s. 35; 1994, c. 29, s. 9; 1997, c. 80, s. 39; 1999, c. 30, s. 19; 2005, c. 44, s. 37; 2011, c. 10, s. 84.
68. In addition to the regulatory powers otherwise conferred on it by this Act, the Government may, by regulation,
(1)  (paragraph repealed);
(2)  determine the information to be provided to the Public Curator, pursuant to section 14, by the executive director or the director of professional services of an institution contemplated in that section;
(3)  determine the form and content of the reports transmitted by tutors and curators;
(4)  determine the information the Minister of Revenue may require to establish those cases in which he becomes provisional administrator under section 24 or under any other provision of law;
(4.1)  determine the amounts payable under a pension or retirement contract or plan within the meaning of paragraph 9 of section 24.1;
(5)  determine the form and content of the account that must be rendered by the Public Curator pursuant to section 41;
(6)  determine the information to be entered in the registers;
(7)  fix the tariff of fees which the Public Curator may charge for the representation of persons, for the administration of the property entrusted to him or for his supervision of tutorships, curatorships or for the performance of the other functions assigned to him by law;
(8)  (paragraph repealed);
(9)  determine the rates of interest to be charged for amounts of money advanced by the Public Curator;
(10)  (paragraph repealed);
(10.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(10.2)  (paragraph repealed);
(11)  (paragraph repealed);
(12)  determine the main place where the Public Curator shall perform his duties.
1989, c. 54, s. 68; 1991, c. 72, s. 7; 1992, c. 21, s. 146; 1992, c. 57, s. 566; 1994, c. 18, s. 35; 1994, c. 29, s. 9; 1997, c. 80, s. 39; 1999, c. 30, s. 19; 2005, c. 44, s. 37.
68. In addition to the regulatory powers otherwise conferred on it by this Act, the Government may, by regulation,
(1)  (paragraph repealed);
(2)  determine the information to be provided to the Public Curator, pursuant to section 14, by the executive director or the director of professional services of an institution contemplated in that section;
(3)  determine the form and content of the reports transmitted by tutors and curators;
(4)  determine the information the Public Curator may require to establish those cases in which he becomes provisional administrator under section 24 or under any other provision of law;
(4.1)  determine the amounts payable under a pension or retirement contract or plan within the meaning of paragraph 9 of section 24.1;
(5)  determine the form and content of the account that must be rendered by the Public Curator pursuant to section 41;
(6)  determine the information to be entered in the registers;
(7)  fix the tariff of fees which the Public Curator may charge for the representation of persons, for the administration of the property entrusted to him or for his supervision of tutorships, curatorships or for the performance of the other functions assigned to him by law;
(8)  (paragraph repealed);
(9)  determine the rates of interest to be charged for amounts of money advanced by the Public Curator;
(10)  (paragraph repealed);
(10.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(10.2)  (paragraph repealed);
(11)  (paragraph repealed);
(12)  determine the main place where the Public Curator shall perform his duties.
1989, c. 54, s. 68; 1991, c. 72, s. 7; 1992, c. 21, s. 146; 1992, c. 57, s. 566; 1994, c. 18, s. 35; 1994, c. 29, s. 9; 1997, c. 80, s. 39; 1999, c. 30, s. 19.
68. In addition to the regulatory powers otherwise conferred on it by this Act, the Government may, by regulation,
(1)  establish norms relating to the remuneration to which persons whose services have been retained by the Public Curator under section 11, other than members of his personnel, are entitled;
(2)  determine the information to be provided to the Public Curator, pursuant to section 14, by the executive director or the director of professional services of an institution contemplated in that section;
(3)  determine the form and content of the reports transmitted by tutors and curators;
(4)  determine the information the Public Curator may require to establish those cases in which he becomes provisional administrator under section 24 or under any other provision of law;
(4.1)  determine the amounts payable under a pension or retirement contract or plan within the meaning of paragraph 9 of section 24.1;
(5)  determine the form and content of the account that must be rendered by the Public Curator pursuant to section 41;
(6)  determine the information to be entered in the registers;
(7)  fix the tariff of fees which the Public Curator may charge for the representation of persons, for the administration of the property entrusted to him or for his supervision of tutorships, curatorships or for the performance of the other functions assigned to him by law;
(8)  (paragraph repealed);
(9)  determine the rates of interest to be charged for amounts of money advanced and fees charged by the Public Curator;
(10)  (paragraph repealed);
(10.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(10.2)  (paragraph repealed);
(11)  prescribe the adaptations to the regulations made under section 49 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6);
(12)  determine the main place where the Public Curator shall perform his duties.
1989, c. 54, s. 68; 1991, c. 72, s. 7; 1992, c. 21, s. 146; 1992, c. 57, s. 566; 1994, c. 18, s. 35; 1994, c. 29, s. 9; 1997, c. 80, s. 39; 1999, c. 30, s. 19.
68. The Government may, by regulation
(1)  establish norms relating to the remuneration to which persons whose services have been retained by the Public Curator under section 11, other than members of his personnel, are entitled;
(2)  determine the information to be provided to the Public Curator, pursuant to section 14, by the executive director or the director of professional services of an institution contemplated in that section;
(3)  determine the form and content of the reports transmitted by tutors and curators;
(4)  determine the information the Public Curator may require to establish those cases in which he becomes provisional administrator under section 24 or under any other provision of law;
(5)  determine the form and content of the account that must be rendered by the Public Curator pursuant to section 41;
(6)  determine the information to be entered in the registers;
(7)  fix the tariff of fees which the Public Curator may charge for the representation of persons, for the administration of the property entrusted to him or for his supervision of tutorships, curatorships or for the performance of the other functions assigned to him by law;
(8)  fix the percentage to be used to determine the amount of the fees prescribed under section 56 and the reference period for establishing the average assets under the administration of the Public Curator;
(9)  determine the rates of interest to be charged for amounts of money advanced and fees charged by the Public Curator;
(10)  determine the time from which property belonging to the State shall be remitted to the Minister of Finance;
(10.1)  establish the criteria according to which fees and expenses of the Public Curator are not recoverable;
(10.2)  determine the activities for which fees may not be prescribed;
(11)  prescribe the adaptations to the regulations made under section 49 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6);
(12)  determine the main place where the Public Curator shall perform his duties.
1989, c. 54, s. 68; 1991, c. 72, s. 7; 1992, c. 21, s. 146; 1992, c. 57, s. 566; 1994, c. 18, s. 35; 1994, c. 29, s. 9.
68. The Government may, by regulation
(1)  establish norms relating to the remuneration to which persons whose services have been retained by the Public Curator under section 11, other than members of his personnel, are entitled;
(2)  determine the information to be provided to the Public Curator, pursuant to section 14, by the executive director or the director of professional services of an institution contemplated in that section;
(3)  determine the form and content of the reports transmitted by tutors and curators;
(4)  determine the information the Public Curator may require to establish those cases in which he becomes provisional administrator under section 24 or under any other provision of law;
(5)  determine the form and content of the account that must be rendered by the Public Curator pursuant to section 41;
(6)  determine the information to be entered in the registers;
(7)  fix the tariff of fees which the Public Curator may charge for the representation of persons, for the administration of the property entrusted to him or for his supervision of tutorships, curatorships or for the performance of the other functions assigned to him by law;
(8)  fix the percentage to be used to determine the amount of the fees prescribed under section 56 and the reference period for establishing the average assets under the administration of the Public Curator;
(9)  determine the rates of interest to be charged for amounts of money advanced and fees charged by the Public Curator;
(10)  determine the time from which the property devolved to the State shall be remitted to the Minister of Finance;
(11)  prescribe the adaptations to the regulations made under section 49 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6) and section 7.1 of the Act respecting the Ministère des Approvisionnements et Services (chapter M-23.01);
(12)  determine the main place where the Public Curator shall perform his duties.
1989, c. 54, s. 68; 1991, c. 72, s. 7; 1992, c. 21, s. 146; 1992, c. 57, s. 566.
68. The Government may, by regulation
(1)  establish norms relating to the remuneration to which persons whose services have been retained by the Public Curator under section 11, other than members of his personnel, are entitled;
(2)  determine the information to be provided to the Public Curator, pursuant to section 14, by the executive director or the director of professional services of an institution contemplated in that section;
(3)  determine the form and content of the reports transmitted by tutors and curators;
(4)  determine the information the Public Curator may require to establish those cases in which he becomes provisional administrator under section 24 or under article 686 of the Civil Code of Lower Canada;
(5)  determine the form and content of the account that must be rendered by the Public Curator pursuant to section 41;
(6)  determine the information to be entered in the registers;
(7)  fix the tariff of fees which the Public Curator may charge for the representation of persons, for the administration of the property entrusted to him or for his supervision of tutorships and curatorships;
(8)  fix the percentage to be used to determine the amount of the fees prescribed under section 56 and the reference period for establishing the average assets under the administration of the Public Curator;
(9)  determine the rates of interest to be charged for amounts of money advanced and fees charged by the Public Curator;
(10)  determine the time from which the property devolved to the State shall be remitted to the Minister of Finance;
(11)  prescribe the adaptations to the regulations made under section 49 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6) and section 7.1 of the Act respecting the Ministère des Approvisionnements et Services (chapter M-23.01);
(12)  determine the main place where the Public Curator shall perform his duties.
1989, c. 54, s. 68; 1991, c. 72, s. 7; 1992, c. 21, s. 146.
68. The Government may, by regulation
(1)  establish norms relating to the remuneration to which persons whose services have been retained by the Public Curator under section 11, other than members of his personnel, are entitled;
(2)  determine the information to be provided to the Public Curator by the director general of a health and social services establishment or the director of professional services pursuant to section 14;
(3)  determine the form and content of the reports transmitted by tutors and curators;
(4)  determine the information the Public Curator may require to establish those cases in which he becomes provisional administrator under section 24 or under article 686 of the Civil Code of Lower Canada;
(5)  determine the form and content of the account that must be rendered by the Public Curator pursuant to section 41;
(6)  determine the information to be entered in the registers;
(7)  fix the tariff of fees which the Public Curator may charge for the representation of persons, for the administration of the property entrusted to him or for his supervision of tutorships and curatorships;
(8)  fix the percentage to be used to determine the amount of the fees prescribed under section 56 and the reference period for establishing the average assets under the administration of the Public Curator;
(9)  determine the rates of interest to be charged for amounts of money advanced and fees charged by the Public Curator;
(10)  determine the time from which the property devolved to the State shall be remitted to the Minister of Finance;
(11)  prescribe the adaptations to the regulations made under section 49 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6) and section 7.1 of the Act respecting the Ministère des Approvisionnements et Services (chapter M-23.01);
(12)  determine the main place where the Public Curator shall perform his duties.
1989, c. 54, s. 68; 1991, c. 72, s. 7.
68. The Government may, by regulation
(1)  establish norms relating to the remuneration to which persons whose services have been retained by the Public Curator under section 11, other than members of his personnel, are entitled;
(2)  determine the information to be provided to the Public Curator by the director general of a health and social services establishment or the director of professional services pursuant to section 14;
(3)  determine the form and content of the reports transmitted by tutors and curators;
(4)  determine the information the Public Curator may require to establish those cases in which he becomes provisional administrator under section 24 or under article 686 of the Civil Code of Lower Canada;
(5)  determine the form and content of the account that must be rendered by the Public Curator pursuant to section 41;
(6)  determine the information to be entered in the registers;
(7)  fix the tariff of fees which the Public Curator may charge for the representation of persons, for the administration of the property entrusted to him or for his supervision of tutorships and curatorships;
(8)  fix the percentage to be used to determine the amount of the fees prescribed under section 56 and the reference period for establishing the average assets under the administration of the Public Curator;
(9)  determine the rates of interest to be charged for amounts of money advanced and fees charged by the Public Curator;
(10)  determine the time from which the property devolved to the State shall be remitted to the Minister of Finance;
(11)  prescribe the adaptations to the regulations made under section 49 of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6) and section 7 of the Act respecting the Ministère des Approvisionnements et Services (chapter M-23.01);
(12)  determine the main place where the Public Curator shall perform his duties.
1989, c. 54, s. 68.