CCQ-1991 - Civil Code of Québec

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273. An act under which the person of full age has already charged another person with the administration of his property continues to produce its effects notwithstanding the proceedings unless it is revoked by the court for a serious reason.
If no mandate has been given by the person of full age or by the court under article 444, the rules for the management of the business of another apply and the Public Curator and any other person who is qualified to apply for the institution of protective supervision may, in an emergency or even before proceedings if an application for the institution of protective supervision is about to be made, perform the acts required to preserve the patrimony.
1991, c. 64, a. 273; I.N. 2014-05-01; I.N. 2015-11-01.
273. An act under which the person of full age has entrusted another person with the administration of his property continues to produce its effects notwithstanding the proceedings unless it is revoked by the court for a serious reason.
If no mandate has been given by the person of full age or by the court under article 444, the rules for the management of the business of another apply and the Public Curator and any other person who is qualified to apply for the institution of protective supervision may, in an emergency or even before proceedings if an application for the institution of protective supervision is about to be made, perform the acts required to preserve the patrimony.
1991, c. 64, a. 273; I.N. 2014-05-01.
273. An act under which the person of full age has entrusted another person with the administration of his property continues to produce its effects notwithstanding the proceedings unless it is revoked by the court for a serious reason.
If no mandate has been given by the person of full age or by the court under article 444, the rules provided in respect of the management of the business of another are observed and the Public Curator and any other person who is qualified to apply for the institution of protective supervision may, in an emergency or even before proceedings if an application for the institution of protective supervision is about to be made, perform the acts required to preserve the patrimony.
1991, c. 64, a. 273.