CCQ-1991 - Civil Code of Québec

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297.24. On completing his operations, the advocate or notary draws up minutes and conclusions.
The minutes must identify the person of full age and any proposed assistant, and provide a detailed account of the operations carried out and the documents submitted. The minutes must also provide an account of any testimony taken and any representations or objections received from an interested person.
The advocate or notary promptly sends the application and the minutes and conclusions to the Public Curator, together with the documents supporting the conclusions. The Public Curator is not bound by the conclusions of the advocate or notary.
2020, c. 11, s. 58.