P-34.1 - Youth Protection Act

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95.0.1. If a child is declared eligible for adoption, all inconsistent conclusions in the order issued for the child’s protection become inoperative after the expiry of the time limit for filing an appeal from the judgment declaring the child eligible for adoption.
However, if the child’s parents consent to the adoption, any inconsistent conclusions in the order issued for the child’s protection become inoperative when the order to place the child is issued.
In the case of an Aboriginal customary adoption for which a new act of birth has been drawn up by the registrar of civil status under article 132 of the Civil Code, any inconsistent conclusions of an order aimed at protecting the child become inoperative on a decision of the tribunal following an application by the director, and the director shall act under section 95 on receiving a copy of the new act of birth from the registrar of civil status.
2006, c. 34, s. 68; 2017, c. 122017, c. 12, s. 81.
95.0.1. If a child is declared eligible for adoption, all inconsistent conclusions in the order issued for the child’s protection become inoperative after the expiry of the time limit for filing an appeal from the judgment declaring the child eligible for adoption.
However, if the child’s parents consent to the adoption, any inconsistent conclusions in the order issued for the child’s protection become inoperative when the order to place the child is issued.
2006, c. 34, s. 68.