CCQ-1991 - Civil Code of Québec

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264. The Public Curator acting as tutor or curator to a protected person of full age may delegate the exercise of certain functions related to tutorship or curatorship to a person he designates after ascertaining, where the person of full age is being treated in a health or social services establishment, that the designated person is not an employee of the establishment and has no duties therewith. He may, however, where circumstances warrant, disregard this restriction if the employee of the establishment is the spouse or a close relative of the person of full age or if the function delegated is the management, according to the Public Curator’s instructions, of the monthly personal expense allowance granted to the person.
The Public Curator may authorize the delegate to give consent to care required by the state of health of the person of full age, except care for which the Public Curator elects to reserve to himself the power to give consent.
1991, c. 64, a. 264; 1999, c. 30, s. 21; 2016, c. 4, s. 36.
264. The Public Curator acting as tutor or curator to a protected person of full age may delegate the exercise of certain functions related to tutorship or curatorship to a person he designates after ascertaining, where the person of full age is being treated in a health or social services establishment, that the designated person is not an employee of the establishment and has no duties therewith. He may, however, where circumstances warrant, disregard this restriction if the employee of the establishment is the spouse or a close relative of the person of full age or if the function delegated is the management, according to the Public Curator’s instructions, of the monthly personal expense allowance granted to the person.
He may authorize the delegate to consent to the care required by the state of health of the person of full age, except care which the Public Curator elects to provide.
1991, c. 64, a. 264; 1999, c. 30, s. 21.
264. The Public Curator acting as tutor or curator to a protected person of full age may delegate the exercise of certain functions related to tutorship or curatorship to a person he designates after ascertaining, where the person of full age is being treated in a health or social services establishment, that the designated person is not an employee of the establishment and has no duties therewith. He may, however, where circumstances warrant, disregard this restriction if the employee of the establishment is the spouse or a close relative of the person of full age.
He may authorize the delegate to consent to the care required by the state of health of the person of full age, except care which the Public Curator elects to provide.
1991, c. 64, a. 264.