P-34.1 - Youth Protection Act

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71.3.16. For the purposes of section 71.3.12 or 71.3.13, any institution to which those sections apply may require the information or documents needed either to confirm a person’s adoptee status or to identify or locate an adoptee or his parents of origin, including
(1)  information contained in the judicial records concerning the child’s adoption and the adoption judgment in the possession of the courts, despite article 582 of the Civil Code and article 16 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25.01);
(2)  the adoption notice in the possession of the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux;
(3)  information contained in the register of civil status, including, despite article 149 of the Civil Code, information contained in the adoptee’s original act of birth in the possession of the registrar of civil status;
(4)  the parent of origin’s signature contained in the user record in the possession of an institution; and
(5)  from documents in the possession of government departments and public bodies and user records in the possession of institutions, the recent or former name and contact information of the person known or presumed by the institution to be the adoptee or his parent or ascendant of origin, and those of the person’s spouse, as well as their sex, date and place of birth and, if applicable, date and place of marriage or civil union and death.
2017, c. 122017, c. 12, s. 61.
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71.3.16. For the purposes of section 71.3.12 or 71.3.13, any institution to which those sections apply may require the information or documents needed either to confirm a person’s adoptee status or to identify or locate an adoptee or his parents of origin, including
(1)  information contained in the judicial records concerning the child’s adoption and the adoption judgment in the possession of the courts, despite article 582 of the Civil Code and article 16 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25.01);
(2)  the adoption notice in the possession of the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux;
(3)  information contained in the register of civil status, including, despite article 149 of the Civil Code, information contained in the adoptee’s original act of birth in the possession of the registrar of civil status;
(4)  the parent of origin’s signature contained in the user record in the possession of an institution; and
(5)  from documents in the possession of government departments and public bodies and user records in the possession of institutions, the recent or former name and contact information of the person known or presumed by the institution to be the adoptee or his parent or ascendant of origin, and those of the person’s spouse, as well as their sex, date and place of birth and, if applicable, date and place of marriage or civil union and death.
2017, c. 122017, c. 12, s. 61.