C-81, r. 1 - Regulation respecting the application of the Public Curator Act

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SCHEDULE II
(s. 8)
FEES OF THE PUBLIC CURATOR
CHAPTER I
PERSONS REPRESENTED
(1) The fees that the Public Curator may, as applicant, charge for activities relating to the institution of protective supervision are established as follows and payable at the latest at the end of the supervision if public protective supervision is instituted, or on the rendering of the judgment if private protective supervision is instituted:
— on 1 April 2020: $2,173.
(2) The fees that the Public Curator may charge for activities relating to the protection of a person are established as follows:
— on 1 April 2020: $1,088 per year.
That sum is payable only after the death of the person represented if the death occurs while the person is under public protective supervision.
(3) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to the administration of property entrusted to the Public Curator are as follows:
(1) for the collection of information for the purposes of an inventory of the property of the person represented
(a) within the scope of an internal investigation: $1,201;
(b) within the scope of an external investigation requiring travel: $1,201, to which a fee of $98 per hour is added after the first 12 hours;
(c) for any other mandate carried out by an investigator: $98 per hour;
(2) for the planning of the initial administration of the patrimony:
(a) by a technician: $571 per file;
(b) by a professional: $1,141 per file;
(3) for the planning and administration of the annual budget and the administration of movables:
— on 1 April 2020: $463 per year;
(4) for the recovery of a hypothecary loan or other receivable:
— on 1 April 2020: $527 per year;
(5) for the payment of a hypothecary loan or other debt: $103 per year;
(6) for the alienation of a movable other than a security, for the purchase or sale of a motor vehicle: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $1,000 per transaction;
(7) for the establishment of the Public Curator’s authority on every immovable entrusted to the administration of the Public Curator: $599;
(8) for the administration of
(a) land: $87 per year;
(b) residential immovables: $720 per year;
(c) rental residential immovables having less than 4 dwellings: $2,541 per year;
(d) rental residential immovables having 4 dwellings or more or any other immovable and management of a commercial enterprise or other: $3,513 per year;
(9) for the preparation and supervision of the sale of immovables: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $2,500 per transaction;
(10) for the administration of insurance: $70 per policy, per year;
(11) for the filing of a fiscal return: $34 per return;
(12) for the administration of investments other than those referred to in section 9 of the Regulation
(a) for cash on hand with brokers and any deposit certificate: 0.25% per year;
(b) for shares and mutual funds: 1% per year;
(c) for bonds, RRSPs and other related tax schemes: 0.50% per year;
each percentage being calculated monthly based on the average assets;
(13) for the rendering of an account and transfer during the lifetime of the person represented:
— on 1 April 2020: $597;
(14) for the rendering of an account and transfer after the death of the person represented:
— on 1 April 2020: $2,391;
(15) for an intervention of a legal nature:
(a) examine and comment a legal document or any new judicial proceedings: $286;
(b) initiate and follow judicial proceedings by a trustee: $136 per hour;
(c) appoint independent jurists: $400;
(d) negotiate an agreement, intervene or act before any administrative or judicial proceeding: $173 per hour;
(e) prepare and write a formal notice: $229;
(16) (a) for the settlement of a succession in favour of the person represented: $1,373 per file;
(b) for the settlement of a succession involving a commercial enterprise, immovable property, financial abuse or partition of the family patrimony or matrimonial regime: $1,943 per file;
(17) for the liquidation of a succession: $136 per hour.
CHAPTER II
(Revoked)
(4) (paragraph revoked).
(5) (paragraph revoked).
CHAPTER III
GENERAL
(6) The hourly rate or lump-sum fees are indexed on 1 April of each year according to the rate corresponding to the annual change in the average all-items Consumer Price Index for Québec excluding alcoholic beverages, tobacco products and recreational cannabis for the 12-month period ending on 31 December of the preceding year.
The fees, adjusted in the prescribed manner, shall be reduced to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar less than $0.50; they shall be increased to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar equal to or greater than $0.50. The indexed fees shall be published by the Public Curator in Part 1 of the Gazette officielle du Québec.
(7) The Public Curator may charge, for each copy requested under section 52 of the Act, the tariff provided for in the Regulation respecting fees for the transcription, reproduction or transmission of documents or personal information (chapter A-2.1, r. 3).
O.C. 361-90, Sch. II; O.C. 203-2000, s. 6; O.C. 787-2004, s. 5; O.C. 1212-2011, ss. 3 and 4; O.C. 584-2015, s. 10; S.Q. 2020, c. 5, s. 214.
SCHEDULE II
(s. 8)
FEES OF THE PUBLIC CURATOR
CHAPTER I
PERSONS REPRESENTED
(1) The fees that the Public Curator may, as applicant, charge for activities relating to the institution of protective supervision are established as follows and payable at the latest at the end of the supervision if public protective supervision is instituted, or on the rendering of the judgment if private protective supervision is instituted:
— on 1 April 2019: $2,128.
(2) The fees that the Public Curator may charge for activities relating to the protection of a person are established as follows:
— on 1 April 2019: $1,066 per year.
That sum is payable only after the death of the person represented if the death occurs while the person is under public protective supervision.
(3) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to the administration of property entrusted to the Public Curator are as follows:
(1) for the collection of information for the purposes of an inventory of the property of the person represented
(a) within the scope of an internal investigation: $1,176;
(b) within the scope of an external investigation requiring travel: $1,176, to which a fee of $96 per hour is added after the first 12 hours;
(c) for any other mandate carried out by an investigator: $96 per hour;
(2) for the planning of the initial administration of the patrimony:
(a) by a technician: $559 per file;
(b) by a professional: $1,118 per file;
(3) for the planning and administration of the annual budget and the administration of movables:
— on 1 April 2019: $453 per year;
(4) for the recovery of a hypothecary loan or other receivable:
— on 1 April 2019: $516 per year;
(5) for the payment of a hypothecary loan or other debt: $101 per year;
(6) for the alienation of a movable other than a security, for the purchase or sale of a motor vehicle: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $1,000 per transaction;
(7) for the establishment of the Public Curator’s authority on every immovable entrusted to the administration of the Public Curator: $587;
(8) for the administration of
(a) land: $85 per year;
(b) residential immovables: $705 per year;
(c) rental residential immovables having less than 4 dwellings: $2,489 per year;
(d) rental residential immovables having 4 dwellings or more or any other immovable and management of a commercial enterprise or other: $3,441 per year;
(9) for the preparation and supervision of the sale of immovables: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $2,500 per transaction;
(10) for the administration of insurance: $69 per policy, per year;
(11) for the filing of a fiscal return: $33 per return;
(12) for the administration of investments other than those referred to in section 9 of the Regulation
(a) for cash on hand with brokers and any deposit certificate: 0.25% per year;
(b) for shares and mutual funds: 1% per year;
(c) for bonds, RRSPs and other related tax schemes: 0.50% per year;
each percentage being calculated monthly based on the average assets;
(13) for the rendering of an account and transfer during the lifetime of the person represented:
— on 1 April 2019: $585;
(14) for the rendering of an account and transfer after the death of the person represented:
— on 1 April 2019: $2,342;
(15) for an intervention of a legal nature:
(a) examine and comment a legal document or any new judicial proceedings: $280;
(b) initiate and follow judicial proceedings by a trustee: $133 per hour;
(c) appoint independent jurists: $392;
(d) negotiate an agreement, intervene or act before any administrative or judicial proceeding: $169 per hour;
(e) prepare and write a formal notice: $224;
(16) (a) for the settlement of a succession in favour of the person represented: $1,345 per file;
(b) for the settlement of a succession involving a commercial enterprise, immovable property, financial abuse or partition of the family patrimony or matrimonial regime: $1,903 per file;
(17) for the liquidation of a succession: $133 per hour.
CHAPTER II
(Revoked)
(4) (paragraph revoked).
(5) (paragraph revoked).
CHAPTER III
GENERAL
(6) The hourly rate or lump-sum fees are indexed on 1 April of each year according to the rate corresponding to the annual change in the average all-items Consumer Price Index for Québec excluding alcoholic beverages, tobacco products and recreational cannabis for the 12-month period ending on 31 December of the preceding year.
The fees, adjusted in the prescribed manner, shall be reduced to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar less than $0.50; they shall be increased to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar equal to or greater than $0.50. The indexed fees shall be published by the Public Curator in Part 1 of the Gazette officielle du Québec.
(7) The Public Curator may charge, for each copy requested under section 52 of the Act, the tariff provided for in the Regulation respecting fees for the transcription, reproduction or transmission of documents or personal information (chapter A-2.1, r. 3).
O.C. 361-90, Sch. II; O.C. 203-2000, s. 6; O.C. 787-2004, s. 5; O.C. 1212-2011, ss. 3 and 4; O.C. 584-2015, s. 10; S.Q. 2020, c. 5, s. 214.
SCHEDULE II
(s. 8)
FEES OF THE PUBLIC CURATOR
CHAPTER I
PERSONS REPRESENTED
(1) The fees that the Public Curator may, as applicant, charge for activities relating to the institution of protective supervision are established as follows and payable at the latest at the end of the supervision if public protective supervision is instituted, or on the rendering of the judgment if private protective supervision is instituted:
— on 1 April 2019: $2,128.
(2) The fees that the Public Curator may charge for activities relating to the protection of a person are established as follows:
— on 1 April 2019: $1,066 per year.
That sum is payable only after the death of the person represented if the death occurs while the person is under public protective supervision.
(3) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to the administration of property entrusted to the Public Curator are as follows:
(1) for the collection of information for the purposes of an inventory of the property of the person represented
(a) within the scope of an internal investigation: $1,176;
(b) within the scope of an external investigation requiring travel: $1,176, to which a fee of $96 per hour is added after the first 12 hours;
(c) for any other mandate carried out by an investigator: $96 per hour;
(2) for the planning of the initial administration of the patrimony:
(a) by a technician: $559 per file;
(b) by a professional: $1,118 per file;
(3) for the planning and administration of the annual budget and the administration of movables:
— on 1 April 2019: $453 per year;
(4) for the recovery of a hypothecary loan or other receivable:
— on 1 April 2019: $516 per year;
(5) for the payment of a hypothecary loan or other debt: $101 per year;
(6) for the alienation of a movable other than a security, for the purchase or sale of a motor vehicle: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $1,000 per transaction;
(7) for the establishment of the Public Curator’s authority on every immovable entrusted to the administration of the Public Curator: $587;
(8) for the administration of
(a) land: $85 per year;
(b) residential immovables: $705 per year;
(c) rental residential immovables having less than 4 dwellings: $2,489 per year;
(d) rental residential immovables having 4 dwellings or more or any other immovable and management of a commercial enterprise or other: $3,441 per year;
(9) for the preparation and supervision of the sale of immovables: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $2,500 per transaction;
(10) for the administration of insurance: $69 per policy, per year;
(11) for the filing of a fiscal return: $33 per return;
(12) for the administration of investments other than those referred to in section 9 of the Regulation
(a) for cash on hand with brokers and any deposit certificate: 0.25% per year;
(b) for shares and mutual funds: 1% per year;
(c) for bonds, RRSPs and other related tax schemes: 0.50% per year;
each percentage being calculated monthly based on the average assets;
(13) for the rendering of an account and transfer during the lifetime of the person represented:
— on 1 April 2019: $585;
(14) for the rendering of an account and transfer after the death of the person represented:
— on 1 April 2019: $2,342;
(15) for an intervention of a legal nature:
(a) examine and comment a legal document or any new judicial proceedings: $280;
(b) initiate and follow judicial proceedings by a trustee: $133 per hour;
(c) appoint independent jurists: $392;
(d) negotiate an agreement, intervene or act before any administrative or judicial proceeding: $169 per hour;
(e) prepare and write a formal notice: $224;
(16) (a) for the settlement of a succession in favour of the person represented: $1,345 per file;
(b) for the settlement of a succession involving a commercial enterprise, immovable property, financial abuse or partition of the family patrimony or matrimonial regime: $1,903 per file;
(17) for the liquidation of a succession: $133 per hour.
CHAPTER II
(Revoked)
(4) (paragraph revoked).
(5) (paragraph revoked).
CHAPTER III
GENERAL
(6) The hourly rate or lump-sum fees are indexed on 1 April of each year according to the rate corresponding to the annual change in the overall average Québec consumer price index without alcoholic beverages and tobacco products for the 12-month period ending on 31 December of the preceding year.
The fees, adjusted in the prescribed manner, shall be reduced to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar less than $0.50; they shall be increased to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar equal to or greater than $0.50. The indexed fees shall be published by the Public Curator in Part 1 of the Gazette officielle du Québec.
(7) The Public Curator may charge, for each copy requested under section 52 of the Act, the tariff provided for in the Regulation respecting fees for the transcription, reproduction or transmission of documents or personal information (chapter A-2.1, r. 3).
O.C. 361-90, Sch. II; O.C. 203-2000, s. 6; O.C. 787-2004, s. 5; O.C. 1212-2011, ss. 3 and 4; O.C. 584-2015, s. 10.
SCHEDULE II
(s. 8)
FEES OF THE PUBLIC CURATOR
CHAPTER I
PERSONS REPRESENTED
(1) The fees that the Public Curator may, as applicant, charge for activities relating to the institution of protective supervision are established as follows and payable at the latest at the end of the supervision if public protective supervision is instituted, or on the rendering of the judgment if private protective supervision is instituted:
— on 1 April 2018: $2,094.
(2) The fees that the Public Curator may charge for activities relating to the protection of a person are established as follows:
— on 1 April 2018: $1,049 per year.
That sum is payable only after the death of the person represented if the death occurs while the person is under public protective supervision.
(3) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to the administration of property entrusted to the Public Curator are as follows:
(1) for the collection of information for the purposes of an inventory of the property of the person represented
(a) within the scope of an internal investigation: $1,157;
(b) within the scope of an external investigation requiring travel: $1,157, to which a fee of $94 per hour is added after the first 12 hours;
(c) for any other mandate carried out by an investigator: $94 per hour;
(2) for the planning of the initial administration of the patrimony:
(a) by a technician: $550 per file;
(b) by a professional: $1,100 per file;
(3) for the planning and administration of the annual budget and the administration of movables:
— on 1 April 2018: $446 per year;
(4) for the recovery of a hypothecary loan or other receivable:
— on 1 April 2018: $508 per year;
(5) for the payment of a hypothecary loan or other debt: $99 per year;
(6) for the alienation of a movable other than a security, for the purchase or sale of a motor vehicle: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $1,000 per transaction;
(7) for the establishment of the Public Curator’s authority on every immovable entrusted to the administration of the Public Curator: $578;
(8) for the administration of
(a) land: $84 per year;
(b) residential immovables: $694 per year;
(c) rental residential immovables having less than 4 dwellings: $2,450 per year;
(d) rental residential immovables having 4 dwellings or more or any other immovable and management of a commercial enterprise or other: $3,387 per year;
(9) for the preparation and supervision of the sale of immovables: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $2,500 per transaction;
(10) for the administration of insurance: $68 per policy, per year;
(11) for the filing of a fiscal return: $32 per return;
(12) for the administration of investments other than those referred to in section 9 of the Regulation
(a) for cash on hand with brokers and any deposit certificate: 0.25% per year;
(b) for shares and mutual funds: 1% per year;
(c) for bonds, RRSPs and other related tax schemes: 0.50% per year;
each percentage being calculated monthly based on the average assets;
(13) for the rendering of an account and transfer during the lifetime of the person represented:
— on 1 April 2018: $576;
(14) for the rendering of an account and transfer after the death of the person represented:
— on 1 April 2018: $2,305;
(15) for an intervention of a legal nature:
(a) examine and comment a legal document or any new judicial proceedings: $276;
(b) initiate and follow judicial proceedings by a trustee: $131 per hour;
(c) appoint independent jurists: $386;
(d) negotiate an agreement, intervene or act before any administrative or judicial proceeding: $166 per hour;
(e) prepare and write a formal notice: $220;
(16) (a) for the settlement of a succession in favour of the person represented: $1,324 per file;
(b) for the settlement of a succession involving a commercial enterprise, immovable property, financial abuse or partition of the family patrimony or matrimonial regime: $1,873 per file;
(17) for the liquidation of a succession: $131 per hour.
CHAPTER II
(Revoked)
(4) (paragraph revoked).
(5) (paragraph revoked).
CHAPTER III
GENERAL
(6) The hourly rate or lump-sum fees are indexed on 1 April of each year according to the rate corresponding to the annual change in the overall average Québec consumer price index without alcoholic beverages and tobacco products for the 12-month period ending on 31 December of the preceding year.
The fees, adjusted in the prescribed manner, shall be reduced to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar less than $0.50; they shall be increased to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar equal to or greater than $0.50. The indexed fees shall be published by the Public Curator in Part 1 of the Gazette officielle du Québec.
(7) The Public Curator may charge, for each copy requested under section 52 of the Act, the tariff provided for in the Regulation respecting fees for the transcription, reproduction or transmission of documents or personal information (chapter A-2.1, r. 3).
O.C. 361-90, Sch. II; O.C. 203-2000, s. 6; O.C. 787-2004, s. 5; O.C. 1212-2011, ss. 3 and 4; O.C. 584-2015, s. 10.
SCHEDULE II
(s. 8)
FEES OF THE PUBLIC CURATOR
CHAPTER I
PERSONS REPRESENTED
(1) The fees that the Public Curator may, as applicant, charge for activities relating to the institution of protective supervision are established as follows and payable at the latest at the end of the supervision if public protective supervision is instituted, or on the rendering of the judgment if private protective supervision is instituted:
— on 1 April 2017: $2,077.
(2) The fees that the Public Curator may charge for activities relating to the protection of a person are established as follows:
— on 1 April 2017: $1,040 per year.
That sum is payable only after the death of the person represented if the death occurs while the person is under public protective supervision.
(3) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to the administration of property entrusted to the Public Curator are as follows:
(1) for the collection of information for the purposes of an inventory of the property of the person represented
(a) within the scope of an internal investigation: $1,148;
(b) within the scope of an external investigation requiring travel: $1,148, to which a fee of $93 per hour is added after the first 12 hours;
(c) for any other mandate carried out by an investigator: $93 per hour;
(2) for the planning of the initial administration of the patrimony:
(a) by a technician: $546 per file;
(b) by a professional: $1,091 per file;
(3) for the planning and administration of the annual budget and the administration of movables:
— on 1 April 2017: $442 per year;
(4) for the recovery of a hypothecary loan or other receivable:
— on 1 April 2017: $504 per year;
(5) for the payment of a hypothecary loan or other debt: $98 per year;
(6) for the alienation of a movable other than a security, for the purchase or sale of a motor vehicle: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $1,000 per transaction;
(7) for the establishment of the Public Curator’s authority on every immovable entrusted to the administration of the Public Curator: $573;
(8) for the administration of
(a) land: $83 per year;
(b) residential immovables: $688 per year;
(c) rental residential immovables having less than 4 dwellings: $2,430 per year;
(d) rental residential immovables having 4 dwellings or more or any other immovable and management of a commercial enterprise or other: $3,359 per year;
(9) for the preparation and supervision of the sale of immovables: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $2,500 per transaction;
(10) for the administration of insurance: $67 per policy, per year;
(11) for the filing of a fiscal return: $32 per return;
(12) for the administration of investments other than those referred to in section 9 of the Regulation
(a) for cash on hand with brokers and any deposit certificate: 0.25% per year;
(b) for shares and mutual funds: 1% per year;
(c) for bonds, RRSPs and other related tax schemes: 0.50% per year;
each percentage being calculated monthly based on the average assets;
(13) for the rendering of an account and transfer during the lifetime of the person represented:
— on 1 April 2017: $571;
(14) for the rendering of an account and transfer after the death of the person represented:
— on 1 April 2017: $2,286;
(15) for an intervention of a legal nature:
(a) examine and comment a legal document or any new judicial proceedings: $274;
(b) initiate and follow judicial proceedings by a trustee: $130 per hour;
(c) appoint independent jurists: $383;
(d) negotiate an agreement, intervene or act before any administrative or judicial proceeding: $165 per hour;
(e) prepare and write a formal notice: $218;
(16) (a) for the settlement of a succession in favour of the person represented: $1,313 per file;
(b) for the settlement of a succession involving a commercial enterprise, immovable property, financial abuse or partition of the family patrimony or matrimonial regime: $1,858 per file;
(17) for the liquidation of a succession: $130 per hour.
CHAPTER II
(Revoked)
(4) (paragraph revoked).
(5) (paragraph revoked).
CHAPTER III
GENERAL
(6) The hourly rate or lump-sum fees are indexed on 1 April of each year according to the rate corresponding to the annual change in the overall average Québec consumer price index without alcoholic beverages and tobacco products for the 12-month period ending on 31 December of the preceding year.
The fees, adjusted in the prescribed manner, shall be reduced to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar less than $0.50; they shall be increased to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar equal to or greater than $0.50. The indexed fees shall be published by the Public Curator in Part 1 of the Gazette officielle du Québec.
(7) The Public Curator may charge, for each copy requested under section 52 of the Act, the tariff provided for in the Regulation respecting fees for the transcription, reproduction or transmission of documents or personal information (chapter A-2.1, r. 3).
O.C. 361-90, Sch. II; O.C. 203-2000, s. 6; O.C. 787-2004, s. 5; O.C. 1212-2011, ss. 3 and 4; O.C. 584-2015, s. 10.
SCHEDULE II
(s. 8)
FEES OF THE PUBLIC CURATOR
CHAPTER I
PERSONS REPRESENTED
(1) The fees that the Public Curator may, as applicant, charge for activities relating to the institution of protective supervision are established as follows and payable at the latest at the end of the supervision if public protective supervision is instituted, or on the rendering of the judgment if private protective supervision is instituted:
— on 1 November 2011: $1,400;
— on 1 April 2012: $1,700;
— on 1 April 2013: $2,000;
— on 1 April 2014: $2,019;
— on 1 April 2015: $2,040.
— on 1 April 2016: $2,062.
(2) The fees that the Public Curator may charge for activities relating to the protection of a person are established as follows:
— on 1 November 2011: $900 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $950 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $1,000 per year;
— on 1 April 2014: $1,010 per year;
— on 1 April 2015: $1,021 per year.
— on 1 April 2016: $1,032 per year.
That sum is payable only after the death of the person represented if the death occurs while the person is under public protective supervision.
(3) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to the administration of property entrusted to the Public Curator are as follows:
(1) for the collection of information for the purposes of an inventory of the property of the person represented
(a) within the scope of an internal investigation: $1,140;
(b) within the scope of an external investigation requiring travel: $1,140, to which a fee of $92 per hour is added after the first 12 hours;
(c) for any other mandate carried out by an investigator: $92 per hour;
(2) for the planning of the initial administration of the patrimony:
(a) by a technician: $542 per file;
(b) by a professional: $1,083 per file;
(3) for the planning and administration of the annual budget and the administration of movables:
— on 1 November 2011: $375 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $400 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $425 per year;
— on 1 April 2014: $429 per year;
— on 1 April 2015: $434 per year;
— on 1 April 2016: $439 per year;
(4) for the recovery of a hypothecary loan or other receivable:
— on 1 November 2011: $400 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $450 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $485 per year;
— on 1 April 2014: $490 per year;
— on 1 April 2015: $495 per year;
— on 1 April 2016: $500 per year;
(5) for the payment of a hypothecary loan or other debt: $97 per year;
(6) for the alienation of a movable other than a security, for the purchase or sale of a motor vehicle: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $1,000 per transaction;
(7) for the establishment of the Public Curator’s authority on every immovable entrusted to the administration of the Public Curator: $569;
(8) for the administration of
(a) land: $82 per year;
(b) residential immovables: $683 per year;
(c) rental residential immovables having less than 4 dwellings: $2,412 per year;
(d) rental residential immovables having 4 dwellings or more or any other immovable and management of a commercial enterprise or other: $3,334 per year;
(9) for the preparation and supervision of the sale of immovables: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $2,500 per transaction;
(10) for the administration of insurance: $67 per policy, per year;
(11) for the filing of a fiscal return: $32 per return;
(12) for the administration of investments other than those referred to in section 9 of the Regulation
(a) for cash on hand with brokers and any deposit certificate: 0.25% per year;
(b) for shares and mutual funds: 1% per year;
(c) for bonds, RRSPs and other related tax schemes: 0.50% per year;
each percentage being calculated monthly based on the average assets;
(13) for the rendering of an account and transfer during the lifetime of the person represented:
— on 1 November 2011: $400;
— on 1 April 2012: $500;
— on 1 April 2013: $550;
— on 1 April 2014: $555;
— on 1 April 2015: $561;
— on 1 April 2016: $567;
(14) for the rendering of an account and transfer after the death of the person represented:
— on 1 November 2011: $2,000;
— on 1 April 2012: $2,100;
— on 1 April 2013: $2,200;
— on 1 April 2014: $2,221;
— on 1 April 2015: $2,245;
— on 1 April 2016: $2,269;
(15) for an intervention of a legal nature:
(a) examine and comment a legal document or any new judicial proceedings: $272;
(b) initiate and follow judicial proceedings by a trustee: $129 per hour;
(c) appoint independent jurists: $380;
(d) negotiate an agreement, intervene or act before any administrative or judicial proceeding: $164 per hour;
(e) prepare and write a formal notice: $216;
(16) (a) for the settlement of a succession in favour of the person represented: $1,303 per file;
(b) for the settlement of a succession involving a commercial enterprise, immovable property, financial abuse or partition of the family patrimony or matrimonial regime: $1,844 per file;
(17) for the liquidation of a succession: $129 per hour.
CHAPTER II
(Revoked)
(4) (paragraph revoked).
(5) (paragraph revoked).
CHAPTER III
GENERAL
(6) The hourly rate or lump-sum fees are indexed on 1 April of each year according to the rate corresponding to the annual change in the overall average Québec consumer price index without alcoholic beverages and tobacco products for the 12-month period ending on 31 December of the preceding year.
The fees, adjusted in the prescribed manner, shall be reduced to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar less than $0.50; they shall be increased to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar equal to or greater than $0.50. The indexed fees shall be published by the Public Curator in Part 1 of the Gazette officielle du Québec.
(7) The Public Curator may charge, for each copy requested under section 52 of the Act, the tariff provided for in the Regulation respecting fees for the transcription, reproduction or transmission of documents or personal information (chapter A-2.1, r. 3).
O.C. 361-90, Sch. II; O.C. 203-2000, s. 6; O.C. 787-2004, s. 5; O.C. 1212-2011, ss. 3 and 4; O.C. 584-2015, s. 10.
SCHEDULE II
(s. 8)
FEES OF THE PUBLIC CURATOR
CHAPTER I
PERSONS REPRESENTED
(1) The fees that the Public Curator may, as applicant, charge for activities relating to the institution of protective supervision are established as follows and payable at the latest at the end of the supervision if public protective supervision is instituted, or on the rendering of the judgment if private protective supervision is instituted:
— on 1 November 2011: $1,400;
— on 1 April 2012: $1,700;
— on 1 April 2013: $2,000;
— on 1 April 2014: $2,019;
— on 1 April 2015: $2,040.
(2) The fees that the Public Curator may charge for activities relating to the protection of a person are established as follows:
— on 1 November 2011: $900 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $950 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $1,000 per year;
— on 1 April 2014: $1,010 per year;
— on 1 April 2015: $1,021 per year.
That sum is payable only after the death of the person represented if the death occurs while the person is under public protective supervision.
(3) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to the administration of property entrusted to the Public Curator are as follows:
(1) for the collection of information for the purposes of an inventory of the property of the person represented
(a) within the scope of an internal investigation: $1,128;
(b) within the scope of an external investigation requiring travel: $1,128, to which a fee of $91 per hour is added after the first 12 hours;
(c) for any other mandate carried out by an investigator: $91 per hour;
(2) for the planning of the initial administration of the patrimony:
(a) by a technician: $536 per file;
(b) by a professional: $1,071 per file;
(3) for the planning and administration of the annual budget and the administration of movables:
— on 1 November 2011: $375 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $400 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $425 per year;
— on 1 April 2014: $429 per year;
— on 1 April 2015: $434 per year;
(4) for the recovery of a hypothecary loan or other receivable:
— on 1 November 2011: $400 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $450 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $485 per year;
— on 1 April 2014: $490 per year;
— on 1 April 2015: $495 per year;
(5) for the payment of a hypothecary loan or other debt: $96 per year;
(6) for the alienation of a movable other than a security, for the purchase or sale of a motor vehicle: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $1,000 per transaction;
(7) for the establishment of the Public Curator’s authority on every immovable entrusted to the administration of the Public Curator: $563;
(8) for the administration of
(a) land: $81 per year;
(b) residential immovables: $676 per year;
(c) rental residential immovables having less than 4 dwellings: $2,386 per year;
(d) rental residential immovables having 4 dwellings or more or any other immovable and management of a commercial enterprise or other: $3,298 per year;
(9) for the preparation and supervision of the sale of immovables: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $2,500 per transaction;
(10) for the administration of insurance: $66 per policy, per year;
(11) for the filing of a fiscal return: $32 per return;
(12) for the administration of investments other than those referred to in section 9 of the Regulation
(a) for cash on hand with brokers and any deposit certificate: 0.25% per year;
(b) for shares and mutual funds: 1% per year;
(c) for bonds, RRSPs and other related tax schemes: 0.50% per year;
each percentage being calculated monthly based on the average assets;
(13) for the rendering of an account and transfer during the lifetime of the person represented:
— on 1 November 2011: $400;
— on 1 April 2012: $500;
— on 1 April 2013: $550;
— on 1 April 2014: $555;
— on 1 April 2015: $561;
(14) for the rendering of an account and transfer after the death of the person represented:
— on 1 November 2011: $2,000;
— on 1 April 2012: $2,100;
— on 1 April 2013: $2,200;
— on 1 April 2014: $2,221;
— on 1 April 2015: $2,245;
(15) for an intervention of a legal nature:
(a) examine and comment a legal document or any new judicial proceedings: $269;
(b) initiate and follow judicial proceedings by a trustee: $128 per hour;
(c) appoint independent jurists: $376;
(d) negotiate an agreement, intervene or act before any administrative or judicial proceeding: $162 per hour;
(e) prepare and write a formal notice: $214;
(16) (a) for the settlement of a succession in favour of the person represented: $1,289 per file;
(b) for the settlement of a succession involving a commercial enterprise, immovable property, financial abuse or partition of the family patrimony or matrimonial regime: $1,824 per file;
(17) for the liquidation of a succession: $128 per hour.
CHAPTER II
(Revoked)
(4) (paragraph revoked).
(5) (paragraph revoked).
CHAPTER III
GENERAL
(6) The hourly rate or lump-sum fees are indexed on 1 April of each year according to the rate corresponding to the annual change in the overall average Québec consumer price index without alcoholic beverages and tobacco products for the 12-month period ending on 31 December of the preceding year.
The fees, adjusted in the prescribed manner, shall be reduced to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar less than $0.50; they shall be increased to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar equal to or greater than $0.50. The indexed fees shall be published by the Public Curator in Part 1 of the Gazette officielle du Québec.
(7) The Public Curator may charge, for each copy requested under section 52 of the Act, the tariff provided for in the Regulation respecting fees for the transcription, reproduction or transmission of documents or personal information (chapter A-2.1, r. 3).
O.C. 361-90, Sch. II; O.C. 203-2000, s. 6; O.C. 787-2004, s. 5; O.C. 1212-2011, ss. 3 and 4; O.C. 584-2015, s. 10.
SCHEDULE II
(s. 8)
FEES OF THE PUBLIC CURATOR
CHAPTER I
PERSONS REPRESENTED
(1) The fees that the Public Curator may, as applicant, charge for activities relating to the institution of protective supervision are established as follows and payable at the latest at the end of the supervision if public protective supervision is instituted, or on the rendering of the judgment if private protective supervision is instituted:
— on 1 November 2011: $1,400;
— on 1 April 2012: $1,700;
— on 1 April 2013: $2,000;
— on 1 April 2014: $2,019;
— on 1 April 2015: $2,040.
(2) The fees that the Public Curator may charge for activities relating to the protection of a person are established as follows:
— on 1 November 2011: $900 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $950 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $1,000 per year;
— on 1 April 2014: $1,010 per year;
— on 1 April 2015: $1,021 per year.
That sum is payable only after the death of the person represented if the death occurs while the person is under public protective supervision.
(3) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to the administration of property entrusted to the Public Curator are as follows:
(1) for the collection of information for the purposes of an inventory of the property of the person represented
(a) within the scope of an internal investigation: $1,128;
(b) within the scope of an external investigation requiring travel: $1,128, to which a fee of $91 per hour is added after the first 12 hours;
(c) for any other mandate carried out by an investigator: $91 per hour;
(2) for the planning of the initial administration of the patrimony:
(a) by a technician: $536 per file;
(b) by a professional: $1,071 per file;
(3) for the planning and administration of the annual budget and the administration of movables:
— on 1 November 2011: $375 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $400 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $425 per year;
— on 1 April 2014: $429 per year;
— on 1 April 2015: $434 per year;
(4) for the recovery of a hypothecary loan or other receivable:
— on 1 November 2011: $400 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $450 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $485 per year;
— on 1 April 2014: $490 per year;
— on 1 April 2015: $495 per year;
(5) for the payment of a hypothecary loan or other debt: $96 per year;
(6) for the alienation of a movable other than a security, for the purchase or sale of a motor vehicle: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $1,000 per transaction;
(7) for the establishment of the Public Curator’s authority on every immovable entrusted to the administration of the Public Curator: $563;
(8) for the administration of
(a) land: $81 per year;
(b) residential immovables: $676 per year;
(c) rental residential immovables having less than 4 dwellings: $2,386 per year;
(d) rental residential immovables having 4 dwellings or more or any other immovable and management of a commercial enterprise or other: $3,298 per year;
(9) for the preparation and supervision of the sale of immovables: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $2,500 per transaction;
(10) for the administration of insurance: $66 per policy, per year;
(11) for the filing of a fiscal return: $32 per return;
(12) for the administration of investments other than those referred to in section 9 of the Regulation
(a) for cash on hand with brokers and any deposit certificate: 0.25% per year;
(b) for shares and mutual funds: 1% per year;
(c) for bonds, RRSPs and other related tax schemes: 0.50% per year;
each percentage being calculated monthly based on the average assets;
(13) for the rendering of an account and transfer during the lifetime of the person represented:
— on 1 November 2011: $400;
— on 1 April 2012: $500;
— on 1 April 2013: $550;
— on 1 April 2014: $555;
— on 1 April 2015: $561;
(14) for the rendering of an account and transfer after the death of the person represented:
— on 1 November 2011: $2,000;
— on 1 April 2012: $2,100;
— on 1 April 2013: $2,200;
— on 1 April 2014: $2,221;
— on 1 April 2015: $2,245;
(15) for an intervention of a legal nature:
(a) examine and comment a legal document or any new judicial proceedings: $269;
(b) initiate and follow judicial proceedings by a trustee: $128 per hour;
(c) appoint independent jurists: $376;
(d) negotiate an agreement, intervene or act before any administrative or judicial proceeding: $162 per hour;
(e) prepare and write a formal notice: $214;
(16) (a) for the settlement of a succession in favour of the person represented: $1,289 per file;
(b) for the settlement of a succession involving a commercial enterprise, immovable property, financial abuse or partition of the family patrimony or matrimonial regime: $1,824 per file;
(17) for the liquidation of a succession: $128 per hour.
CHAPTER II
ADMINISTRATION, PROVISIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LIQUIDATION OF A SUCCESSION OR OTHER UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
(4) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to administration, to the provisional administration of property referred to in paragraphs 1 to 5 and 8 to 10 of section 24 of the Act or other property, or to the liquidation of a succession or other property are as follows:
(1) for the opening of a file: $554;
(2) for the collection of information for the purposes of an inventory of the property: a lump sum of $92 to which a tariff of $92 per hour is added
(3) for an inquiry: $92 per hour;
(4) for the liquidation of an abandoned vehicle: $341;
(5) for the administration and liquidation of seized or abandoned property entrusted to the administration of the Public Curator by another statute: $92 per hour;
(6) for the liquidation of a movable other than a security or an abandoned vehicle: 25% of the transaction value;
(7) for the collection and analysis of the information relating to an immovable: $315;
(8) for the sale of an immovable: 5% of the sale price, but not less than $760 nor more than $3,000;
(9) for any other transfer of an immovable or for the settlement of an unmarketable immovable: $268;
(10) for the obtaining of judicial authorization to alienate or encumber property: $213;
(11) for the administration and liquidation of an enterprise: $2,436;
(12) for the filing of a fiscal return: $60 per return;
(13) for an intervention of a legal nature: $120 per hour;
(14) for the rendering of an account for management and transfer to the assign: $851;
(15) for the tracing of an owner or assign: $92 per hour; and
(16) for the provisional administration and liquidation of a debt, receivable, bank account or insurance policy or any property other than property referred to in this section: $1,582.
(5) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to the provisional administration of property referred to in paragraph 7 of section 24 or in section 24.1 of the Act are as follows:
(1) for an inquiry: $92 per hour;
(2) for the liquidation of a security: $60 for the sale of each series of securities of the same class issued by the same issuer and remitted to the broker at the same time;
(3) for the administration and liquidation of property other than a security: 25% of the proceeds;
(4) for the receipt, administration and transfer of property from a safety deposit box: $189;
(5) for the receipt, administration and transfer of property: 10% of the property value, but not less than $2 nor more than $1,000;
(6) for the tracing of an owner or assign: $92 per hour; and
(7) for an intervention of a legal nature: $120 per hour.
CHAPTER III
GENERAL
(6) The hourly rate or lump-sum fees are indexed on 1 April of each year according to the rate corresponding to the annual change in the overall average Québec consumer price index without alcoholic beverages and tobacco products for the 12-month period ending on 31 December of the preceding year.
The fees, adjusted in the prescribed manner, shall be reduced to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar less than $0.50; they shall be increased to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar equal to or greater than $0.50. The indexed fees shall be published by the Public Curator in Part 1 of the Gazette officielle du Québec.
(7) The Public Curator may charge, for each copy requested under section 52 of the Act, the tariff provided for in the Regulation respecting fees for the transcription, reproduction or transmission of documents or personal information (chapter A-2.1, r. 3).
O.C. 361-90, Sch. II; O.C. 203-2000, s. 6; O.C. 787-2004, s. 5; O.C. 1212-2011, ss. 3 and 4.
SCHEDULE II
(s. 8)
FEES OF THE PUBLIC CURATOR
CHAPTER I
PERSONS REPRESENTED
(1) The fees that the Public Curator may, as applicant, charge for activities relating to the institution of protective supervision are established as follows and payable at the latest at the end of the supervision if public protective supervision is instituted, or on the rendering of the judgment if private protective supervision is instituted:
— on 1 November 2011: $1,400;
— on 1 April 2012: $1,700;
— on 1 April 2013: $2,000;
— on 1 April 2014: $2,019.
(2) The fees that the Public Curator may charge for activities relating to the protection of a person are established as follows:
— on 1 November 2011: $900 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $950 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $1,000 per year;
— on 1 April 2014: $1,010 per year.
That sum is payable only after the death of the person represented if the death occurs while the person is under public protective supervision.
(3) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to the administration of property entrusted to the Public Curator are as follows:
(1) for the collection of information for the purposes of an inventory of the property of the person represented
(a) within the scope of an internal investigation: $1,116;
(b) within the scope of an external investigation requiring travel: $1,116, to which a fee of $90 per hour is added after the first 12 hours;
(c) for any other mandate carried out by an investigator: $90 per hour;
(2) for the planning of the initial administration of the patrimony:
(a) by a technician: $530 per file;
(b) by a professional: $1,060 per file;
(3) for the planning and administration of the annual budget and the administration of movables:
— on 1 November 2011: $375 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $400 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $425 per year;
— on 1 April 2014: $429 per year;
(4) for the recovery of a hypothecary loan or other receivable:
— on 1 November 2011: $400 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $450 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $485 per year;
— on 1 April 2014: $490 per year;
(5) for the payment of a hypothecary loan or other debt: $95 per year;
(6) for the alienation of a movable other than a security, for the purchase or sale of a motor vehicle: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $1,000 per transaction;
(7) for the establishment of the Public Curator’s authority on every immovable entrusted to the administration of the Public Curator: $557;
(8) for the administration of
(a) land: $80 per year;
(b) residential immovables: $669 per year;
(c) rental residential immovables having less than 4 dwellings: $2,361 per year;
(d) rental residential immovables having 4 dwellings or more or any other immovable and management of a commercial enterprise or other: $3,263 per year;
(9) for the preparation and supervision of the sale of immovables: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $2,500 per transaction;
(10) for the administration of insurance: $65 per policy, per year;
(11) for the filing of a fiscal return: $32 per return;
(12) for the administration of investments other than those referred to in section 9 of the Regulation
(a) for cash on hand with brokers and any deposit certificate: 0.25% per year;
(b) for shares and mutual funds: 1% per year;
(c) for bonds, RRSPs and other related tax schemes: 0.50% per year;
each percentage being calculated monthly based on the average assets;
(13) for the rendering of an account and transfer during the lifetime of the person represented:
— on 1 November 2011: $400;
— on 1 April 2012: $500;
— on 1 April 2013: $550;
— on 1 April 2014: $555;
(14) for the rendering of an account and transfer after the death of the person represented:
— on 1 November 2011: $2,000;
— on 1 April 2012: $2,100;
— on 1 April 2013: $2,200;
— on 1 April 2014: $2,221;
(15) for an intervention of a legal nature:
(a) examine and comment a legal document or any new judicial proceedings: $266;
(b) initiate and follow judicial proceedings by a trustee: $127 per hour;
(c) appoint independent jurists: $372;
(d) negotiate an agreement, intervene or act before any administrative or judicial proceeding: $160 per hour;
(e) prepare and write a formal notice: $212;
(16) (a) for the settlement of a succession in favour of the person represented: $1,275 per file;
(b) for the settlement of a succession involving a commercial enterprise, immovable property, financial abuse or partition of the family patrimony or matrimonial regime: $1,805 per file;
(17) for the liquidation of a succession: $127 per hour.
CHAPTER II
ADMINISTRATION, PROVISIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LIQUIDATION OF A SUCCESSION OR OTHER UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
(4) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to administration, to the provisional administration of property referred to in paragraphs 1 to 5 and 8 to 10 of section 24 of the Act or other property, or to the liquidation of a succession or other property are as follows:
(1) for the opening of a file: $548;
(2) for the collection of information for the purposes of an inventory of the property: a lump sum of $91 to which a tariff of $91 per hour is added
(3) for an inquiry: $91 per hour;
(4) for the liquidation of an abandoned vehicle: $337;
(5) for the administration and liquidation of seized or abandoned property entrusted to the administration of the Public Curator by another statute: $91 per hour;
(6) for the liquidation of a movable other than a security or an abandoned vehicle: 25% of the transaction value;
(7) for the collection and analysis of the information relating to an immovable: $312;
(8) for the sale of an immovable: 5% of the sale price, but not less than $760 nor more than $3,000;
(9) for any other transfer of an immovable or for the settlement of an unmarketable immovable: $265;
(10) for the obtaining of judicial authorization to alienate or encumber property: $211;
(11) for the administration and liquidation of an enterprise: $2,410;
(12) for the filing of a fiscal return: $59 per return;
(13) for an intervention of a legal nature: $119 per hour;
(14) for the rendering of an account for management and transfer to the assign: $842;
(15) for the tracing of an owner or assign: $91 per hour; and
(16) for the provisional administration and liquidation of a debt, receivable, bank account or insurance policy or any property other than property referred to in this section: $1,565.
(5) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to the provisional administration of property referred to in paragraph 7 of section 24 or in section 24.1 of the Act are as follows:
(1) for an inquiry: $91 per hour;
(2) for the liquidation of a security: $59 for the sale of each series of securities of the same class issued by the same issuer and remitted to the broker at the same time;
(3) for the administration and liquidation of property other than a security: 25% of the proceeds;
(4) for the receipt, administration and transfer of property from a safety deposit box: $187;
(5) for the receipt, administration and transfer of property: 10% of the property value, but not less than $2 nor more than $1,000;
(6) for the tracing of an owner or assign: $91 per hour; and
(7) for an intervention of a legal nature: $119 per hour.
CHAPTER III
GENERAL
(6) The hourly rate or lump-sum fees are indexed on 1 April of each year according to the rate corresponding to the annual change in the overall average Québec consumer price index without alcoholic beverages and tobacco products for the 12-month period ending on 31 December of the preceding year.
The fees, adjusted in the prescribed manner, shall be reduced to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar less than $0.50; they shall be increased to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar equal to or greater than $0.50. The indexed fees shall be published by the Public Curator in Part 1 of the Gazette officielle du Québec.
(7) The Public Curator may charge, for each copy requested under section 52 of the Act, the tariff provided for in the Regulation respecting fees for the transcription, reproduction or transmission of documents or personal information (chapter A-2.1, r. 3).
O.C. 361-90, Sch. II; O.C. 203-2000, s. 6; O.C. 787-2004, s. 5; O.C. 1212-2011, ss. 3 and 4.
SCHEDULE II
(s. 8)
FEES OF THE PUBLIC CURATOR
CHAPTER I
PERSONS REPRESENTED
(1) The fees that the Public Curator may, as applicant, charge for activities relating to the institution of protective supervision are established as follows and payable at the latest at the end of the supervision if public protective supervision is instituted, or on the rendering of the judgment if private protective supervision is instituted:
— on 1 November 2011: $1,400;
— on 1 April 2012: $1,700;
— on 1 April 2013: $2,000.
(2) The fees that the Public Curator may charge for activities relating to the protection of a person are established as follows:
— on 1 November 2011: $900 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $950 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $1,000 per year.
That sum is payable only after the death of the person represented if the death occurs while the person is under public protective supervision.
(3) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to the administration of property entrusted to the Public Curator are as follows:
(1) for the collection of information for the purposes of an inventory of the property of the person represented
(a) within the scope of an internal investigation: $1,105;
(b) within the scope of an external investigation requiring travel: $1,105, to which a fee of $89 per hour is added after the first 12 hours;
(c) for any other mandate carried out by an investigator: $89 per hour;
(2) for the planning of the initial administration of the patrimony:
(a) by a technician: $525 per file;
(b) by a professional: $1,050 per file;
(3) for the planning and administration of the annual budget and the administration of movables:
— on 1 November 2011: $375 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $400 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $425 per year;
(4) for the recovery of a hypothecary loan or other receivable:
— on 1 November 2011: $400 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $450 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $485 per year;
(5) for the payment of a hypothecary loan or other debt: $94 per year;
(6) for the alienation of a movable other than a security, for the purchase or sale of a motor vehicle: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $1,000 per transaction;
(7) for the establishment of the Public Curator’s authority on every immovable entrusted to the administration of the Public Curator: $552;
(8) for the administration of
(a) land: $79 per year;
(b) residential immovables: $663 per year;
(c) rental residential immovables having less than 4 dwellings: $2,338 per year;
(d) rental residential immovables having 4 dwellings or more or any other immovable and management of a commercial enterprise or other: $3,232 per year;
(9) for the preparation and supervision of the sale of immovables: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $2,500 per transaction;
(10) for the administration of insurance: $64 per policy, per year;
(11) for the filing of a fiscal return: $32 per return;
(12) for the administration of investments other than those referred to in section 9 of the Regulation
(a) for cash on hand with brokers and any deposit certificate: 0.25% per year;
(b) for shares and mutual funds: 1% per year;
(c) for bonds, RRSPs and other related tax schemes: 0.50% per year;
each percentage being calculated monthly based on the average assets;
(13) for the rendering of an account and transfer during the lifetime of the person represented:
— on 1 November 2011: $400;
— on 1 April 2012: $500;
— on 1 April 2013: $550;
(14) for the rendering of an account and transfer after the death of the person represented:
— on 1 November 2011: $2,000;
— on 1 April 2012: $2,100;
— on 1 April 2013: $2,200;
(15) for an intervention of a legal nature:
(a) examine and comment a legal document or any new judicial proceedings: $263;
(b) initiate and follow judicial proceedings by a trustee: $126 per hour;
(c) appoint independent jurists: $368;
(d) negotiate an agreement, intervene or act before any administrative or judicial proceeding: $158 per hour;
(e) prepare and write a formal notice: $210;
(16) (a) for the settlement of a succession in favour of the person represented: $1,263 per file;
(b) for the settlement of a succession involving a commercial enterprise, immovable property, financial abuse or partition of the family patrimony or matrimonial regime: $1,788 per file;
(17) for the liquidation of a succession: $126 per hour.
CHAPTER II
ADMINISTRATION, PROVISIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LIQUIDATION OF A SUCCESSION OR OTHER UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
(4) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to administration, to the provisional administration of property referred to in paragraphs 1 to 5 and 8 to 10 of section 24 of the Act or other property, or to the liquidation of a succession or other property are as follows:
(1) for the opening of a file: $543;
(2) for the collection of information for the purposes of an inventory of the property: a lump sum of $90 to which a tariff of $90 per hour is added
(3) for an inquiry: $90 per hour;
(4) for the liquidation of an abandoned vehicle: $334;
(5) for the administration and liquidation of seized or abandoned property entrusted to the administration of the Public Curator by another statute: $90 per hour;
(6) for the liquidation of a movable other than a security or an abandoned vehicle: 25% of the transaction value;
(7) for the collection and analysis of the information relating to an immovable: $309;
(8) for the sale of an immovable: 5% of the sale price, but not less than $760 nor more than $3,000;
(9) for any other transfer of an immovable or for the settlement of an unmarketable immovable: $262;
(10) for the obtaining of judicial authorization to alienate or encumber property: $209;
(11) for the administration and liquidation of an enterprise: $2,387;
(12) for the filing of a fiscal return: $58 per return;
(13) for an intervention of a legal nature: $118 per hour;
(14) for the rendering of an account for management and transfer to the assign: $834;
(15) for the tracing of an owner or assign: $90 per hour; and
(16) for the provisional administration and liquidation of a debt, receivable, bank account or insurance policy or any property other than property referred to in this section: $1,550.
(5) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to the provisional administration of property referred to in paragraph 7 of section 24 or in section 24.1 of the Act are as follows:
(1) for an inquiry: $90 per hour;
(2) for the liquidation of a security: $58 for the sale of each series of securities of the same class issued by the same issuer and remitted to the broker at the same time;
(3) for the administration and liquidation of property other than a security: 25% of the proceeds;
(4) for the receipt, administration and transfer of property from a safety deposit box: $185;
(5) for the receipt, administration and transfer of property: 10% of the property value, but not less than $2 nor more than $1,000;
(6) for the tracing of an owner or assign: $90 per hour; and
(7) for an intervention of a legal nature: $118 per hour.
CHAPTER III
GENERAL
(6) The hourly rate or lump-sum fees are indexed on 1 April of each year according to the rate corresponding to the annual change in the overall average Québec consumer price index without alcoholic beverages and tobacco products for the 12-month period ending on 31 December of the preceding year.
The fees, adjusted in the prescribed manner, shall be reduced to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar less than $0.50; they shall be increased to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar equal to or greater than $0.50. The indexed fees shall be published by the Public Curator in Part 1 of the Gazette officielle du Québec.
(7) The Public Curator may charge, for each copy requested under section 52 of the Act, the tariff provided for in the Regulation respecting fees for the transcription, reproduction or transmission of documents or personal information (chapter A-2.1, r. 3).
O.C. 361-90, Sch. II; O.C. 203-2000, s. 6; O.C. 787-2004, s. 5; O.C. 1212-2011, ss. 3 and 4.
SCHEDULE II
(s. 8)
FEES OF THE PUBLIC CURATOR
CHAPTER I
PERSONS REPRESENTED
(1) The fees that the Public Curator may, as applicant, charge for activities relating to the institution of protective supervision are established as follows and payable at the latest at the end of the supervision if public protective supervision is instituted, or on the rendering of the judgment if private protective supervision is instituted:
— on 1 November 2011: $1,400;
— on 1 April 2012: $1,700;
— on 1 April 2013: $2,000.
(2) The fees that the Public Curator may charge for activities relating to the protection of a person are established as follows:
— on 1 November 2011: $900 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $950 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $1,000 per year.
That sum is payable only after the death of the person represented if the death occurs while the person is under public protective supervision.
(3) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to the administration of property entrusted to the Public Curator are as follows:
(1) for the collection of information for the purposes of an inventory of the property of the person represented
(a) within the scope of an internal investigation: $1,078;
(b) within the scope of an external investigation requiring travel: $1,078, to which a fee of $87 per hour is added after the first 12 hours;
(c) for any other mandate carried out by an investigator: $87 per hour;
(2) for the planning of the initial administration of the patrimony:
(a) by a technician: $513 per file;
(b) by a professional: $1,026 per file;
(3) for the planning and administration of the annual budget and the administration of movables:
— on 1 November 2011: $375 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $400 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $425 per year;
(4) for the recovery of a hypothecary loan or other receivable:
— on 1 November 2011: $400 per year;
— on 1 April 2012: $450 per year;
— on 1 April 2013: $485 per year;
(5) for the payment of a hypothecary loan or other debt: $92 per year;
(6) for the alienation of a movable other than a security, for the purchase or sale of a motor vehicle: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $1,000 per transaction;
(7) for the establishment of the Public Curator’s authority on every immovable entrusted to the administration of the Public Curator: $539;
(8) for the administration of
(a) land: $77 per year;
(b) residential immovables: $647 per year;
(c) rental residential immovables having less than 4 dwellings: $2,281 per year;
(d) rental residential immovables having 4 dwellings or more or any other immovable and management of a commercial enterprise or other: $3,154 per year;
(9) for the preparation and supervision of the sale of immovables: 25% of the transaction value, up to a maximum amount of $2,500 per transaction;
(10) for the administration of insurance: $62 per policy, per year;
(11) for the filing of a fiscal return: $31 per return;
(12) for the administration of investments other than those referred to in section 9 of the Regulation
(a) for cash on hand with brokers and any deposit certificate: 0.25% per year;
(b) for shares and mutual funds: 1% per year;
(c) for bonds, RRSPs and other related tax schemes: 0.50% per year;
each percentage being calculated monthly based on the average assets;
(13) for the rendering of an account and transfer during the lifetime of the person represented:
— on 1 November 2011: $400;
— on 1 April 2012: $500;
— on 1 April 2013: $550;
(14) for the rendering of an account and transfer after the death of the person represented:
— on 1 November 2011: $2,000;
— on 1 April 2012: $2,100;
— on 1 April 2013: $2,200;
(15) for an intervention of a legal nature:
(a) examine and comment a legal document or any new judicial proceedings: $257;
(b) initiate and follow judicial proceedings by a trustee: $123 per hour;
(c) appoint independent jurists: $359;
(d) negotiate an agreement, intervene or act before any administrative or judicial proceeding: $154 per hour;
(e) prepare and write a formal notice: $205;
(16) (a) for the settlement of a succession in favour of the person represented: $1,232 per file;
(b) for the settlement of a succession involving a commercial enterprise, immovable property, financial abuse or partition of the family patrimony or matrimonial regime: $1,745 per file;
(17) for the liquidation of a succession: $123 per hour.
CHAPTER II
ADMINISTRATION, PROVISIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LIQUIDATION OF A SUCCESSION OR OTHER UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
(4) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to administration, to the provisional administration of property referred to in paragraphs 1 to 5 and 8 to 10 of section 24 of the Act or other property, or to the liquidation of a succession or other property are as follows:
(1) for the opening of a file: $530;
(2) for the collection of information for the purposes of an inventory of the property: a lump sum of $88 to which a tariff of $88 per hour is added
(3) for an inquiry: $88 per hour;
(4) for the liquidation of an abandoned vehicle: $326;
(5) for the administration and liquidation of seized or abandoned property entrusted to the administration of the Public Curator by another statute: $88 per hour;
(6) for the liquidation of a movable other than a security or an abandoned vehicle: 25% of the transaction value;
(7) for the collection and analysis of the information relating to an immovable: $302;
(8) for the sale of an immovable: 5% of the sale price, but not less than $760 nor more than $3,000;
(9) for any other transfer of an immovable or for the settlement of an unmarketable immovable: $256;
(10) for the obtaining of judicial authorization to alienate or encumber property: $204;
(11) for the administration and liquidation of an enterprise: $2,329;
(12) for the filing of a fiscal return: $57 per return;
(13) for an intervention of a legal nature: $115 per hour;
(14) for the rendering of an account for management and transfer to the assign: $814;
(15) for the tracing of an owner or assign: $88 per hour; and
(16) for the provisional administration and liquidation of a debt, receivable, bank account or insurance policy or any property other than property referred to in this section: $1,512.
(5) The fees that the Public Curator may charge in relation to the provisional administration of property referred to in paragraph 7 of section 24 or in section 24.1 of the Act are as follows:
(1) for an inquiry: $88 per hour;
(2) for the liquidation of a security: $57 for the sale of each series of securities of the same class issued by the same issuer and remitted to the broker at the same time;
(3) for the administration and liquidation of property other than a security: 25% of the proceeds;
(4) for the receipt, administration and transfer of property from a safety deposit box: $181;
(5) for the receipt, administration and transfer of property: 10% of the property value, but not less than $2 nor more than $1,000;
(6) for the tracing of an owner or assign: $88 per hour; and
(7) for an intervention of a legal nature: $115 per hour.
CHAPTER III
GENERAL
(6) The hourly rate or lump-sum fees are indexed on 1 April of each year according to the rate corresponding to the annual change in the overall average Québec consumer price index without alcoholic beverages and tobacco products for the 12-month period ending on 31 December of the preceding year.
The fees, adjusted in the prescribed manner, shall be reduced to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar less than $0.50; they shall be increased to the nearest dollar where they contain a fraction of a dollar equal to or greater than $0.50. The indexed fees shall be published by the Public Curator in Part 1 of the Gazette officielle du Québec.
(7) The Public Curator may charge, for each copy requested under section 52 of the Act, the tariff provided for in the Regulation respecting fees for the transcription, reproduction or transmission of documents or personal information (chapter A-2.1, r. 3).
O.C. 361-90, Sch. II; O.C. 203-2000, s. 6; O.C. 787-2004, s. 5; O.C. 1212-2011, ss. 3 and 4.