C-25.01, r. 0.2.4 - Regulation of the Superior Court of Québec in family matters

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16. Mandatory information: In all pending cases, the parties must attest to whether or not they are subject to conditions regarding another party or their child under an order, undertaking or recognizance provided for in the Criminal Code. Any party subject to such conditions must provide the particulars in a notice filed with the court office and provide evidence of said conditions; the same applies if those conditions are replaced, varied or lifted in the course of proceedings.
When parties apply for custody of a child or tutorship to a child, they must attest to whether or not they are the object of a court decision, a case pending before a court or an agreement with the Director of Youth Protection and, if such is the case, give the particulars of such decision, pending case or agreement.
2016-05-20-dDecision 2016-05-20, s. 16; 2019-05-21Decision 2019-05-21, s. 2.
16. Child custody and tutorship: A party that applies for custody of a child or tutorship to a child must attest that the child is not the object of a court decision or a pending case before a court or of an agreement with the Director of Youth Protection, or, if such is the case, must give the particulars of such decision or pending case or agreement.
2016-05-20-dDecision 2016-05-20, s. 16.
In force: 2016-06-16
16. Child custody and tutorship: A party that applies for custody of a child or tutorship to a child must attest that the child is not the object of a court decision or a pending case before a court or of an agreement with the Director of Youth Protection, or, if such is the case, must give the particulars of such decision or pending case or agreement.
2016-05-20-dDecision 2016-05-20, s. 16.