N-3 - Notaries Act

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35. An act en minute is an act that a notary must deposit and preserve in his or her notarial records, and from which authentic copies or extracts may be issued.
Acts en minute must be executed and preserved in any medium approved by regulation of the board of directors that ensures the integrity of the acts. The draft act and the closed act need not be in the same medium. Entries made in such acts must, upon the closing of the act, be permanent and complete and be protected against alterations.
An act of deposit drawn up by a notary for the purpose of depositing a document other than an act executed en minute or a copy of such an act in the notarial records must be executed en minute.
2000, c. 44, s. 35; 2008, c. 11, s. 212.
35. An act en minute is an act that a notary must deposit and preserve in his or her notarial records, and from which authentic copies or extracts may be issued.
Acts en minute must be executed and preserved in any medium approved by regulation of the Bureau that ensures the integrity of the acts. The draft act and the closed act need not be in the same medium. Entries made in such acts must, upon the closing of the act, be permanent and complete and be protected against alterations.
An act of deposit drawn up by a notary for the purpose of depositing a document other than an act executed en minute or a copy of such an act in the notarial records must be executed en minute.
2000, c. 44, s. 35.