275. During proceedings and thereafter, if the form of protective supervision is a tutorship, the dwelling of the protected person of full age and the movable property with which it is furnished are kept at his disposal. The power to administer that property extends only to agreements granting precarious enjoyment, which cease to have effect by operation of law upon the return of the protected person of full age.
Should it be necessary or in the best interest of the protected person of full age that the movable property or the rights relating to the dwelling be disposed of, the act may be done only with the authorization of the tutorship council. Even in such a case, except for a compelling reason, souvenirs and other personal effects may not be disposed of and shall, so far as possible, be kept at the disposal of the person of full age by the health or social services establishment.
1991, c. 64, a. 275; 2016, c. 4, s. 42.