2173. If the director general of the health and social services establishment which provides care or services to the mandator becomes aware that the mandator has again become capable, he shall attest to such capacity in a report filed in the office of the court. The report includes the medical and psychosocial assessment.
The clerk informs the mandatary, the mandator and the persons qualified to intervene in an application for the institution of protective supervision that the report has been filed. If no objection is made within 30 days, the court is presumed to have found that the mandator has again become capable, and the clerk shall, without delay, transmit a notice of cessation of the effects of the mandate to the mandator, the mandatary and the Public Curator.
1991, c. 64, a. 2173; I.N. 2014-05-01.