S-4.2 - Act respecting health services and social services

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22. The tutor, curator, mandatary or the person who may give his consent to care for a user is entitled to have access to the information contained in the record of the user to the extent that such communication is necessary for the exercise of that power.
Any person who attests under oath that he intends to apply for the institution or review of protective supervision for a user or the homologation of a protection mandate, is entitled to have access to the information contained in the medical and psychosocial assessment of the user, if the assessment determines that the user is unable to care for himself and administer his property. Only one applicant has a right of access to such information.
1991, c. 42, s. 22; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
22. The tutor, curator, mandatary or the person who may give his consent to care for a user is entitled to have access to the information contained in the record of the user to the extent that such communication is necessary for the exercise of that power.
Any person who attests under oath that he intends to apply for the institution or review of protective supervision for a user or the homologation of a mandate given by the user for the eventuality of his inability, is entitled to have access to the information contained in the medical and psychosocial assessment of the user, if the assessment determines that the user is unable to care for himself and administer his property. Only one applicant has a right of access to such information.
1991, c. 42, s. 22.