CCQ-1991 - Civil Code of Québec

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15. Where it is ascertained that a person of full age is incapable of giving consent to care required by his or her state of health and in the absence of advance medical directives, consent is given by his or her mandatary, tutor or curator. If the person of full age is not so represented, consent is given by his or her married, civil union or de facto spouse or, if the person has no spouse or his or her spouse is prevented from giving consent, it is given by a close relative or a person who shows a special interest in the person of full age.
1991, c. 64, a. 15; 2002, c. 6, s. 1; 2014, c. 2, s. 67.
15. Where it is ascertained that a person of full age is incapable of giving consent to care required by his or her state of health, consent is given by his or her mandatary, tutor or curator. If the person of full age is not so represented, consent is given by his or her married, civil union or de facto spouse or, if the person has no spouse or his or her spouse is prevented from giving consent, it is given by a close relative or a person who shows a special interest in the person of full age.
1991, c. 64, a. 15; 2002, c. 6, s. 1.
15. Where it is ascertained that a person of full age is incapable of giving his consent to care required by his state of health, consent is given by his mandatary, tutor or curator. If the person of full age is not so represented, consent is given by his spouse or, if he has no spouse or his spouse is prevented from giving consent, it is given by a close relative or a person who shows a special interest in the person of full age.
1991, c. 64, a. 15.