192. In addition to having the rights and duties connected with parental authority, the father and mother, if of full age or emancipated, are, by operation of law, tutors to their minor child for the purposes of representing him in the exercise of his civil rights and administering his patrimony.
The father and mother are also tutors to their child conceived but yet unborn and are responsible for acting on his behalf in all cases where his patrimonial interests require it.
1991, c. 64, a. 192; I.N. 2015-11-01.