The Public register of representation measures is a public record of information about represented persons and their legal representatives. This register is produced and updated by the Curateur public du Québec.
Service in English is reserved for individuals covered by the exceptions stipulated in the Charter of the French language. If you have navigated to this content, you confirm in good faith that you are such an individual.
The register includes:
tutorships to a person of full age;
tutorships to minors;
authorized temporary representations;
homologated protection mandates.
Among other things, the register contains:
the file number assigned by the Curateur public;
the first name and last name of the represented person;
the first name and last name of legal representative(s);
the date on which the protective supervision regime began and the judgment number;
the nature of the responsibilities;
changes made to the judgment, if any (for details of the court’s findings, see the judgment)
The fact that a person is under a representation measure is public information. The intention is to protect the person themselves and those dealing with them or providing them with services. This information is especially useful to:
medical staff when treating patients with an unknown medical history and legal background;
lawyers or notaries hired to prepare a protection mandate or a will;
any other person who needs to check whether a person is under representation measure.