215. The Minister of Justice may also appoint, by commission under his seal, such persons as he deems competent and who reside in another province of Canada, in a Canadian territory or in another country, as commissioners to administer oaths therein for the purposes of proceedings in a court of this Province or of any deed or document to be implemented or to have legal effect in this Province.
A person so appointed may, if the commission provides therefor, also administer oaths elsewhere than his place of residence and for other purposes than those contemplated in the first paragraph.
A commissioner appointed under this section shall bear the title of “Commissioner for Oaths for the Province of Québec”.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 17, s. 30; 1981, c. 23, s. 54.