CCQ-1991 - Civil Code of Québec

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132.0.1. An Aboriginal customary adoption certificate states the name and sex of the child, the place, date and time of birth, the date of the adoption, the names, dates of birth and places of domicile of the father and mother of origin and of the adopters and, where applicable, the new name given to the child.
It mentions that the adoption took place in accordance with applicable Aboriginal custom and, where applicable, mentions the recognition of a pre-existing bond of filiation, and specifies any rights and obligations that subsist between the adoptee and his parent of origin.
The certificate states the date on which it was made and the name, capacity and domicile of its author, and bears the latter’s signature.
2017, c. 122017, c. 12, s. 3.