T-16 - Courts of Justice Act

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219. The following are authorized to administer the same oath as a commissioner appointed under section 214:
(a)  The Secretary General, the associate secretaries general and the associate secretaries of the National Assembly and the Secretary General of the Conseil exécutif, throughout Québec;
(b)  the clerk and the deputy clerk of a court of justice, in the territory of the judicial district for which they are appointed, and any other personnel member designated by the clerk under article 67 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25.01);
(c)  the mayor, the councillors, the clerk or secretary-treasurer of a municipality, over the territory of the municipality, including, for the purposes of this section, the office of the municipality situated, according to law, outside the said territory;
(d)  the pastor or minister of religion authorized to solemnize marriages in an unorganized territory, over that territory;
(e)  advocates entered on the roll of the Ordre du Barreau, throughout Québec;
(f)  notaries entered on the roll of the Ordre des notaires du Québec, throughout Québec as well as outside Québec where the oath is taken in relation to a legal act having a connection with Québec;
(g)  justices of the peace, throughout Québec.
Any commissioned officer of the Canadian Armed Forces who holds the rank of major or an equivalent or higher rank is authorized to administer to or receive of any person enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces the same oath as a commissioner appointed under section 214.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 17, s. 30; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 13; 1988, c. 62, s. 2; 1992, c. 61, s. 618; 1992, c. 57, s. 706; 1995, c. 42, s. 40; 1999, c. 40, s. 324; 2000, c. 44, s. 103; 2009, c. 8, s. 5; 2012, c. 4, s. 12; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
219. The following are authorized to administer the same oath as a commissioner appointed under section 214:
(a)  The Secretary General, the associate secretaries general and the associate secretaries of the National Assembly and the Secretary General of the Conseil exécutif, throughout Québec;
(b)  the clerk and the deputy clerk of a court of justice, in the territory of the judicial district for which they are appointed, and any other personnel member designated by the clerk under section 140 or under the third paragraph of article 44 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25);
(c)  the mayor, the councillors, the clerk or secretary-treasurer of a municipality, over the territory of the municipality, including, for the purposes of this section, the office of the municipality situated, according to law, outside the said territory;
(d)  the pastor or minister of religion authorized to solemnize marriages in an unorganized territory, over that territory;
(e)  advocates entered on the roll of the Ordre du Barreau, throughout Québec;
(f)  notaries entered on the roll of the Ordre des notaires du Québec, throughout Québec as well as outside Québec where the oath is taken in relation to a legal act having a connection with Québec;
(g)  justices of the peace, throughout Québec.
Any commissioned officer of the Canadian Armed Forces who holds the rank of major or an equivalent or higher rank is authorized to administer to or receive of any person enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces the same oath as a commissioner appointed under section 214.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 17, s. 30; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 13; 1988, c. 62, s. 2; 1992, c. 61, s. 618; 1992, c. 57, s. 706; 1995, c. 42, s. 40; 1999, c. 40, s. 324; 2000, c. 44, s. 103; 2009, c. 8, s. 5; 2012, c. 4, s. 12.
219. The following are authorized to administer the same oath as a commissioner appointed under section 214:
(a)  The Secretary General, the associate secretaries general and the associate secretaries of the National Assembly and the Secretary General of the Conseil exécutif, throughout Québec;
(b)  the clerk of a court of justice and his deputy, over the territory of the judicial district for which they are appointed;
(c)  the mayor, the councillors, the clerk or secretary-treasurer of a municipality, over the territory of the municipality, including, for the purposes of this section, the office of the municipality situated, according to law, outside the said territory;
(d)  the pastor or minister of religion authorized to solemnize marriages in an unorganized territory, over that territory;
(e)  advocates entered on the roll of the Ordre du Barreau, throughout Québec;
(f)  notaries entered on the roll of the Ordre des notaires du Québec, throughout Québec as well as outside Québec where the oath is taken in relation to a legal act having a connection with Québec;
(g)  justices of the peace, throughout Québec.
Any commissioned officer of the Canadian Armed Forces who holds the rank of major or an equivalent or higher rank is authorized to administer to or receive of any person enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces the same oath as a commissioner appointed under section 214.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 17, s. 30; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 13; 1988, c. 62, s. 2; 1992, c. 61, s. 618; 1992, c. 57, s. 706; 1995, c. 42, s. 40; 1999, c. 40, s. 324; 2000, c. 44, s. 103; 2009, c. 8, s. 5.
219. The following are authorized to administer the same oath as a commissioner appointed under section 214:
(a)  The Secretary General, the associate secretaries general and the associate secretaries of the National Assembly, throughout Québec;
(b)  the clerk of a court of justice and his deputy, over the territory of the judicial district for which they are appointed;
(c)  the mayor, the councillors, the clerk or secretary-treasurer of a municipality, over the territory of the municipality, including, for the purposes of this section, the office of the municipality situated, according to law, outside the said territory;
(d)  the pastor or minister of religion authorized to solemnize marriages in an unorganized territory, over that territory;
(e)  advocates entered on the roll of the Ordre du Barreau, throughout Québec;
(f)  notaries entered on the roll of the Ordre des notaires du Québec, throughout Québec as well as outside Québec where the oath is taken in relation to a legal act having a connection with Québec;
(g)  justices of the peace, throughout Québec.
Any commissioned officer of the Canadian Armed Forces who holds the rank of major or an equivalent or higher rank is authorized to administer to or receive of any person enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces the same oath as a commissioner appointed under section 214.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 17, s. 30; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 13; 1988, c. 62, s. 2; 1992, c. 61, s. 618; 1992, c. 57, s. 706; 1995, c. 42, s. 40; 1999, c. 40, s. 324; 2000, c. 44, s. 103.
219. The following are authorized to administer the same oath as a commissioner appointed under section 214:
(a)  The Secretary General, the associate secretaries general and the associate secretaries of the National Assembly, throughout Québec;
(b)  the clerk of a court of justice and his deputy, over the territory of the judicial district for which they are appointed;
(c)  the mayor, the councillors, the clerk or secretary-treasurer of a municipality, over the territory of the municipality, including, for the purposes of this section, the office of the municipality situated, according to law, outside the said territory;
(d)  the pastor or minister of religion authorized to solemnize marriages in an unorganized territory, over that territory;
(e)  advocates entered on the roll of the Ordre du Barreau, throughout Québec;
(f)  notaries entered on the roll of the Ordre de la Chambre des notaires, throughout Québec;
(g)  justices of the peace, throughout Québec.
Any commissioned officer of the Canadian Armed Forces who holds the rank of major or an equivalent or higher rank is authorized to administer to or receive of any person enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces the same oath as a commissioner appointed under section 214.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 17, s. 30; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 13; 1988, c. 62, s. 2; 1992, c. 61, s. 618; 1992, c. 57, s. 706; 1995, c. 42, s. 40; 1999, c. 40, s. 324.
219. The following are authorized to administer the same oath or receive the same solemn affirmation as a commissioner appointed under section 214:
(a)  The Secretary General, the associate secretaries general and the associate secretaries of the National Assembly, throughout Québec;
(b)  the clerk of a court of justice and his deputy, over the territory of the judicial district for which they are appointed;
(c)  the mayor, the councillors, the clerk or secretary-treasurer of a municipality, over the territory of the municipality, including, for the purposes of this section, the office of the municipality situated, according to law, outside the said territory;
(d)  the pastor or minister of religion authorized to solemnize marriages in an unorganized territory, over that territory;
(e)  advocates entered on the roll of the Ordre du Barreau, throughout Québec;
(f)  notaries entered on the roll of the Ordre de la Chambre des notaires, throughout Québec;
(g)  justices of the peace, throughout Québec.
Any commissioned officer of the Canadian Armed Forces who holds the rank of major or an equivalent or higher rank is authorized to administer to or receive of any person enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces the same oath or solemn affirmation as a commissioner appointed under section 214.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 17, s. 30; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 13; 1988, c. 62, s. 2; 1992, c. 61, s. 618; 1992, c. 57, s. 706; 1995, c. 42, s. 40.
219. The following are authorized to administer the same oath or receive the same solemn affirmation as a commissioner appointed under section 214:
(a)  The Secretary General, the associate secretaries general and the associate secretaries of the National Assembly, throughout Québec;
(b)  the prothonotary or clerk of a court of justice and his deputy, over the territory of the judicial district for which they are appointed;
(c)  the mayor, the councillors, the clerk or secretary-treasurer of a municipality, over the territory of the municipality, including, for the purposes of this section, the office of the municipality situated, according to law, outside the said territory;
(d)  the pastor or minister of religion authorized to solemnize marriages in an unorganized territory, over that territory;
(e)  advocates entered on the roll of the Ordre du Barreau, throughout Québec;
(f)  notaries entered on the roll of the Ordre de la Chambre des notaires, throughout Québec;
(g)  justices of the peace, throughout Québec.
Any commissioned officer of the Canadian Armed Forces who holds the rank of major or an equivalent or higher rank is authorized to administer to or receive of any person enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces the same oath or solemn affirmation as a commissioner appointed under section 214.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 17, s. 30; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 13; 1988, c. 62, s. 2; 1992, c. 61, s. 618; 1992, c. 57, s. 706.
219. The following are authorized to administer the same oath or receive the same solemn affirmation as a commissioner appointed under section 214:
(a)  The Secretary General, the associate secretaries general and the associate secretaries of the National Assembly, throughout Québec;
(b)  the prothonotary or clerk of a court of justice and his deputy, over the territory of the judicial district for which they are appointed;
(c)  the mayor, the councillors, the clerk or secretary-treasurer of a municipality, over the territory of the municipality, including, for the purposes of this section, the office of the municipality situated, according to law, outside the said territory;
(d)  the pastor or minister of religion authorized to keep the registers of civil status in an unorganized territory, over that territory;
(e)  advocates entered on the roll of the Ordre du Barreau, throughout Québec;
(f)  notaries entered on the roll of the Ordre de la Chambre des notaires, throughout Québec;
(g)  justices of the peace, throughout Québec.
Any commissioned officer of the Canadian Armed Forces who holds the rank of major or an equivalent or higher rank is authorized to administer to or receive of any person enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces the same oath or solemn affirmation as a commissioner appointed under section 214.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 17, s. 30; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 13; 1988, c. 62, s. 2; 1992, c. 61, s. 618.
219. The following are authorized to administer the same oath or receive the same solemn affirmation as a commissioner appointed under section 214:
(a)  The Secretary General, the associate secretaries general and the associate secretaries of the National Assembly, throughout Québec;
(b)  the prothonotary or clerk of a court of justice and his deputy, over the territory of the judicial district for which they are appointed;
(c)  the mayor, the clerk or secretary-treasurer of a municipality, over the territory of the municipality, including, for the purposes of this section, the office of the municipality situated, according to law, outside the said territory;
(d)  the pastor or minister of religion authorized to keep the registers of civil status in an unorganized territory, over that territory;
(e)  advocates entered on the roll of the Ordre du Barreau, throughout Québec;
(f)  notaries entered on the roll of the Ordre de la Chambre des notaires, throughout Québec;
(g)  justices of the peace, throughout Québec.
Any commissioned officer of the Canadian Armed Forces who holds the rank of major or an equivalent or higher rank is authorized to administer to or receive of any person enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces the same oath or solemn affirmation as a commissioner appointed under section 214.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 17, s. 30; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 13; 1988, c. 62, s. 2.
219. The following are authorized to administer the same oath or receive the same solemn affirmation as a commissioner appointed under section 214:
(a)  the prothonotary or clerk of a court of justice or his deputy;
(b)  the mayor and the clerk or secretary-treasurer of every municipality;
(c)  the rector or minister of religion authorized to keep registers of civil status in any territory not erected into a municipality;
(d)  members of the Bar entered on the roll of their profession as practising advocates;
(e)  practising notaries;
(f)  justices of the peace.
Any commissioned officer of the Canadian Armed Forces who holds the rank of major or an equivalent or higher rank is authorized to administer to or receive of any person enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces the same oath or solemn affirmation as a commissioner appointed under section 214.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 17, s. 30; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 13.