CCQ-1991 - Civil Code of Québec

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201. The right to appoint a tutor belongs exclusively to the last surviving parent or to the last parent who is able to exercise tutorship, as the case may be, if that parent has retained legal tutorship to the day of his death.
Where both parents die simultaneously or lose the ability to exercise tutorship during the same event, each having designated a different person as tutor, and both persons accept the office, the court decides which person will exercise it.
1991, c. 64, a. 201; 1998, c. 51, s. 23; I.N. 2014-05-01.
201. The right to appoint a tutor belongs exclusively to the last surviving parent or to the last parent who is able to exercise tutorship, as the case may be, if that parent has retained legal tutorship to the day of his death.
Where both parents die simultaneously or lose the ability to exercise tutorship during the same event, each having designated a different person as tutor, and both persons accept the office, the court decides which person will hold it.
1991, c. 64, a. 201; 1998, c. 51, s. 23.
201. The right to appoint a tutor belongs exclusively to the last surviving parent if he has retained legal tutorship to the day of his death.
Where both parents die simultaneously, each having designated a different person as tutor, and both persons accept the office, the court decides which person will hold it.
1991, c. 64, a. 201.