CCQ-1991 - Civil Code of Québec

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129. The clerk of the court that has rendered a judgment changing the name of a person or otherwise altering the status of a person or any particular in an act of civil status gives notice of the judgment to the registrar of civil status as soon as it becomes final.
The authority that issues an Aboriginal customary adoption certificate notifies it to the registrar of civil status within 30 days after it was issued.
The notary who executes a joint declaration dissolving a civil union gives notice of the declaration without delay to the registrar of civil status.
The registrar of civil status then makes the required entries in the register.
1991, c. 64, a. 129; 1999, c. 47, s. 7; 2002, c. 6, s. 16; 2013, c. 27, s. 16; 2016, c. 4, s. 19; 2017, c. 122017, c. 12, s. 1.
129. The clerk of the court that has rendered a judgment changing the name of a person or otherwise altering the status of a person or any particular in an act of civil status gives notice of the judgment to the registrar of civil status as soon as it becomes final.
The notary who executes a joint declaration dissolving a civil union gives notice of the declaration without delay to the registrar of civil status.
The registrar of civil status then makes the required entries in the register.
1991, c. 64, a. 129; 1999, c. 47, s. 7; 2002, c. 6, s. 16; 2013, c. 27, s. 16; 2016, c. 4, s. 19.
129. The clerk of the court that has rendered a judgment changing the name of a person or otherwise altering the status of a person or any particular in an act of civil status gives notice of the judgment to the registrar of civil status as soon as it acquires the authority of a final judgment (res judicata).
The notary who executes a joint declaration dissolving a civil union gives notice of the declaration without delay to the registrar of civil status.
The registrar of civil status then makes the required entries in the register.
1991, c. 64, a. 129; 1999, c. 47, s. 7; 2002, c. 6, s. 16; 2013, c. 27, s. 16.
129. The clerk of the court that has rendered a judgment changing the name of a person or otherwise altering the status of a person or any particular in an act of civil status gives notice of the judgment to the registrar of civil status as soon as it acquires the authority of a final judgment (res judicata).
The notary who executes a joint declaration dissolving a civil union gives notice of the declaration without delay to the registrar of civil status.
The registrar of civil status then makes the required entries in the computerized copy of the register to ensure the publication of the register.
1991, c. 64, a. 129; 1999, c. 47, s. 7; 2002, c. 6, s. 16.
129. The clerk of the court that has rendered a judgment changing the name of a person or otherwise altering the status of a person or any particular in an act of civil status gives notice of the judgment to the registrar of civil status as soon as it acquires the authority of a final judgment (res judicata).
The registrar of civil status then makes the required entries in the computerized copy of the register to ensure the publication of the register.
1991, c. 64, a. 129; 1999, c. 47, s. 7.
129. The clerk of the court that has rendered a judgment changing the name of a person or otherwise altering the status of a person or any particular in an act of civil status gives notice of the judgment to the registrar of civil status as soon as it acquires the authority of a final judgment (res judicata).
The registrar of civil status then makes the required entries to ensure the publication of the register.
1991, c. 64, a. 129.