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Tutorship to the property of a minor: Curateur public tools and forms

The following is a list of tools and forms that the Curateur public has made available for tutors and tutorship councils to assist them in their duties.

Consult our step-by-step guides on administering the property of a minor under oversight:

See also the leaflet Administering the property of a minor: How to proceed? (PDF 2.59 Mb) This document explains the obligations of both the parents and the tutors to the child’s property, as well as the differences between the two.

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If you encounter an accessibility problem using one of these forms, please contact the general information service of the Curateur public.

Tools for tutors and the tutorship council

Agenda: Annual Meeting of Tutorship Council (PDF 64 Kb)
This template is used to prepare for tutorship council meetings.

Annual Management Report Checklist (sample) (PDF 53 Kb)
This checklist for the tutorship council is used to verify the annual administration report produced by the tutor.

Financial Tracking – Tutorship of the Property of a Minor (XLS 239 Kb) 
This Excel template will make it easier to track expenses incurred and income received on behalf of the minor.

Inventory Checklist (sample) (PDF 60 Kb)
This checklist is used for taking inventory of the minor’s patrimony.

Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the Tutorship Council (PDF 137 Kb)
This template provides an example of how to set up the meeting minutes.

Forms for tutors and the tutorship council

Annual Management Report – Minor (fillable) (PDF 1.30 Mb)
This form is used to submit the annual management report for the minor’s patrimony.

Attestation of a Tutorship Council Decision Regarding the security Required from a Tutor (PDF 1.95 Mb)
This form is used to record and communicate the tutorship council’s decision to the tutor regarding the security to be provided.

Confirmation of Hold Funds (PDF 1.86 Mb)
This form must be filled out by the financial institution to confirm the hold funds requested.

Exceptional Use of the Patrimony of a Minor (fillable) (PDF 635 Kb)
This form is used to request the use of the minor’s patrimony in exceptional circumstances.

Final Administration Report – Minor (fillable) (PDF 1.83 Mb)
This form is used to submit the administration report for the period covering the final annual report and the end of your role as tutor.

Inventory by Private Writing (before two witnesses) (fillable) (PDF 1.49 Mb)
This form is used to produce a list of all possessions belonging to the minor worth $100 or more, as well as their debts.

Request to a Financial Institution Regarding the Holding of Funds (PDF 1.19 Mb)
This form is used to request a hold funds as a security from the financial institution where the minor’s funds are held.

Miscellaneous forms

Declaration of the Remittance of Property in Favour of a Minor (PDF 49 Kb)
This form can be used by anyone to notify the Curateur public of the remittance of property to a minor 15 days prior to doing so. This allows the Curateur public to inform the tutors of their obligations.

Declaration of Simple Emancipation (PDF 696 Kb)
This form allows the tutor, with support from the tutorship council, to inform the Curateur public of their declaration authorizing the simple emancipation of a minor.

Declaration of Dative Tutorship (PDF 417 Kb)
This form allows a parent to designate, in advance, the person who will care for their child should they die or become incapable.

Contact the general information service of the Curateur public

  • Websites
  • Phone numbers

    Telephone: 514-873-4074

    Telephone (toll-free): 1 844 LECURATEUR (532-8728)

  • Opening hours

    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon and from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

    Wednesday: from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon and from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

  • Address

    General mailing address (Head office and territorial branches)
    Curateur public du Québec
    500, rue Sherbrooke Ouest, bureau 1832
    Montréal (Québec)   H3A 0J2

Last update: September 14, 2023


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