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

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1. For the application of section 14 of the Public Curator Act (chapter C-81), the executive director of a health or social services institution shall forward the following information concerning a person of full age to the Public Curator:
(1)  his surname and given names as stated on his act of birth, address, sex, civil status, date of birth, social insurance number, as well as any other information that may help to fully identify the person of full age;
(2)  any known information on his background, property and income;
(3)  the name of the establishment that is treating or providing services to the person of full age as well as the names of those intervening on his behalf and any other person who is able to provide additional information about that person;
(4)  the medical and psychosocial tests performed by those who examined the person of full age as well as any information that may help to describe the state of the person of full age, including, in particular, information on the nature and degree of the person’s inability to care for himself or administer his property, the causes and foreseeable duration of such incapacity, the nature and extent of his needs and other details of his condition;
(5)  the opinion of the director general of the health or social services establishment or, where applicable, the director of professional services of the hospital centre on the expediency of instituting protective supervision for the person of full age;
(6)  the name and address of the persons competent to apply for the institution of protective supervision, if they are known;
(7)  any known information that may help to determine whether the person of full age has entrusted a person with the mandate to care for his person or administer his property and to identify and trace the mandatary;
(8)  where it has been established that the person of full age has entrusted a person with a mandate to care for his person or administer his property, any known information that may help to establish whether the mandate was homologated and adequately and faithfully carried out.
O.C. 361-90, s. 1; O.C. 594-99, s. 1.