13. Lawyers, notaries, their articling students, and journalists who show proof of their status may attend a hearing held in camera; if the hearing concerns a person’s personal integrity or capacity, anyone the person considers capable of assisting or reassuring the person, as well as any other person the court considers capable of doing so, may also attend. However, if circumstances so require, the court may exclude such persons to prevent serious prejudice to a person whose interests may be affected by the application or by the proceeding.
Persons whose presence is, in the court’s opinion, required in the interests of justice may also attend.
2014, c. 1, a. 13; 2020, c. 29, s. 81.