P-34.1 - Youth Protection Act

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71.3.4. Before filing an application for an order of placement, the director must inform the child, the parents or tutor and the adopters
(1)  of the characteristics of adoptions made with or without recognition of a pre-existing bond of filiation;
(2)  of the possibility of entering into an agreement under article 579 of the Civil Code for the term of the placement and after the adoption; and
(3)  of the rules relating to research into family and medical antecedents and to reunions.
In addition, the director must offer support services to the adopter, child and persons important to the child wishing to enter into an agreement referred to in article 579 of the Civil Code before the order of placement is made.
Where such an agreement is entered into and only concerns the exchange of information, the director shall facilitate the exchange, at the request of the parties to the agreement, until the adoptee reaches full age. However, the director shall cease to act at the request of one of the parties.
2017, c. 122017, c. 12, s. 61.
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71.3.4. Before filing an application for an order of placement, the director must inform the child, the parents or tutor and the adopters
(1)  of the characteristics of adoptions made with or without recognition of a pre-existing bond of filiation;
(2)  of the possibility of entering into an agreement under article 579 of the Civil Code for the term of the placement and after the adoption; and
(3)  of the rules relating to research into family and medical antecedents and to reunions.
In addition, the director must offer support services to the adopter, child and persons important to the child wishing to enter into an agreement referred to in article 579 of the Civil Code before the order of placement is made.
Where such an agreement is entered into and only concerns the exchange of information, the director shall facilitate the exchange, at the request of the parties to the agreement, until the adoptee reaches full age. However, the director shall cease to act at the request of one of the parties.
2017, c. 122017, c. 12, s. 61.