CCQ-1991 - Civil Code of Québec

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108. The acts of civil status are drawn up without delay from the attestations, declarations and juridical acts received by the registrar of civil status, regarding births, marriages, civil unions and deaths occurring in Québec or concerning persons domiciled in Québec.
Where a name contains characters, diacritical signs or a combination of a character and a diacritical sign that are not used for the writing of French or English, the name must be transcribed into French or English, at the option of the interested person. The transcription is entered in the register and is substituted for the original form of the name on copies of acts, certificates and attestations. The original spelling of the name is preserved, subject to the modifications required by the transcription.
1991, c. 64, a. 108; 1999, c. 47, s. 3; 2002, c. 6, s. 11; 2013, c. 27, s. 8.
108. The acts of civil status are drawn up without delay from the attestations, declarations and juridical acts received by the registrar of civil status, regarding births, marriages, civil unions and deaths occurring in Québec or concerning persons domiciled in Québec.
Where a name contains characters, diacritical signs or a combination of a character and a diacritical sign that are not used for the writing of French or English, the name must be transcribed into French or English, at the option of the interested person. The transcription is entered on the written copy of the register and is substituted for the original form of the name in the computerized copy of the register and on copies of acts, certificates and attestations. The original spelling of the name is preserved, subject to the modifications required by the transcription.
1991, c. 64, a. 108; 1999, c. 47, s. 3; 2002, c. 6, s. 11.
108. The acts of civil status are drawn up without delay from the attestations, declarations and juridical acts received by the registrar of civil status, regarding births, marriages and deaths occurring in Québec or concerning persons domiciled in Québec.
Where a name contains characters, diacritical signs or a combination of a character and a diacritical sign that are not used for the writing of French or English, the name must be transcribed into French or English, at the option of the interested person. The transcription is entered on the written copy of the register and is substituted for the original form of the name in the computerized copy of the register and on copies of acts, certificates and attestations. The original spelling of the name is preserved, subject to the modifications required by the transcription.
1991, c. 64, a. 108; 1999, c. 47, s. 3.
108. The acts of civil status are drawn up without delay from the attestations, declarations and juridical acts received by the registrar of civil status, regarding births, marriages and deaths occurring in Québec or concerning persons domiciled in Québec.
1991, c. 64, a. 108.