Mandate in Case of Incapacity
Curateur public du Québec
Mandataries designated in a mandate in case of incapacity.
The mandatary must have the mandate in case of incapacity homologated by
Note Since the homologation procedure is complex, it is recommended that the mandatary use the services of a notary or lawyer.
A $118 fee is payable for an application for homologation. Payment may be made in cash or by a money order or certified cheque made out to the ministère des Finances du Québec.
The following documents must be submitted with the application for homologation:
Note Before enclosing the mandate with the application for homologation, the mandatary should make sure it is the most recent mandate entered in the Registres des dispositions testamentaires et des mandats of the Chambre des notaires or the Registres des testaments et mandats of the Barreau du Québec.
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