N-3 - Notaries Act

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15. Subject to the provisions of section 16, no person other than a notary may, on behalf of another person,
(1)  execute acts which, under the Civil Code or any other legislative provisions, require execution in notarial form;
(2)  draw up acts under private signature relating to immovables and requiring registration in the land register or the cancellation of such registration;
(3)  prepare or draw up an agreement, application, by-law, resolution or other similar document relating to the constitution, organization, reorganization, dissolution or voluntary winding-up of a legal person or the amalgamation of legal persons;
(4)  prepare or draw up the administrative declarations and applications prescribed by the legislative provisions relating to the legal publicity of sole proprietorships, partnerships and legal persons;
(5)  give legal advice or opinions;
(6)  send a demand letter arising from an act he or she has executed, provided there is no charge to the person to whom it is addressed;
(7)  represent clients in any non-contentious proceeding, prepare, draw up or present any related application on their behalf or uncontested applications in adoption proceedings, for judicial recognition of the right of ownership, for the voluntary partition of property, for the acquisition of the right of ownership by prescription, for registration in the land register or in the register of personal and movable real rights, or the correction, reduction or cancellation of a registration in either of those registers, or for the cancellation of an entry or the filing of a declaration in the register referred to in Chapter II of the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1) or the correction or deletion of any inaccurate information appearing in that register.
2000, c. 44, s. 15; 2010, c. 7, s. 282; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
15. Subject to the provisions of section 16, no person other than a notary may, on behalf of another person,
(1)  execute acts which, under the Civil Code or any other legislative provisions, require execution in notarial form;
(2)  draw up acts under private signature relating to immovables and requiring registration in the land register or the cancellation of such registration;
(3)  prepare or draw up an agreement, motion, by-law, resolution or other similar document relating to the constitution, organization, reorganization, dissolution or voluntary winding-up of a legal person or the amalgamation of legal persons;
(4)  prepare or draw up the administrative declarations and applications prescribed by the legislative provisions relating to the legal publicity of sole proprietorships, partnerships and legal persons;
(5)  give legal advice or opinions;
(6)  send a demand letter arising from an act he or she has executed, provided there is no charge to the person to whom it is addressed;
(7)  represent clients in any non-contentious proceeding, prepare, draw up or present any related motion on their behalf or uncontested motions in adoption proceedings, for judicial recognition of the right of ownership, for the voluntary partition of property, for the acquisition of the right of ownership by prescription, for registration in the land register or in the register of personal and movable real rights, or the correction, reduction or cancellation of a registration in either of those registers, or for the cancellation of an entry or the filing of a declaration in the register referred to in Chapter II of the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1) or the correction or deletion of any inaccurate information appearing in that register.
2000, c. 44, s. 15; 2010, c. 7, s. 282.
15. Subject to the provisions of section 16, no person other than a notary may, on behalf of another person,
(1)  execute acts which, under the Civil Code or any other legislative provisions, require execution in notarial form;
(2)  draw up acts under private signature relating to immovables and requiring registration in the land register or the cancellation of such registration;
(3)  prepare or draw up an agreement, motion, by-law, resolution or other similar document relating to the constitution, organization, reorganization, dissolution or voluntary winding-up of a legal person or the amalgamation of legal persons;
(4)  prepare or draw up the administrative declarations and applications prescribed by the legislative provisions relating to the legal publicity of sole proprietorships, partnerships and legal persons;
(5)  give legal advice or opinions;
(6)  send a demand letter arising from an act he or she has executed, provided there is no charge to the person to whom it is addressed;
(7)  represent clients in any non-contentious proceeding, prepare, draw up or present any related motion on their behalf or uncontested motions in adoption proceedings, for judicial recognition of the right of ownership, for the voluntary partition of property, for the acquisition of the right of ownership by prescription, for registration in the land register or in the register of personal and movable real rights, or the correction, reduction or cancellation of a registration in either of those registers, or for the cancellation of an entry or the filing of a declaration in the register instituted under the Act respecting the legal publicity of sole proprietorships, partnerships and legal persons (chapter P-45) or the correction or deletion of any inaccurate information appearing in that register.
2000, c. 44, s. 15.