A mandate of protection must be drawn up for only one adult at a time, and not for more than one person, whether you are in a relationship (including married) or not. In fact, when the mandate is homologated, i.e., when it comes into effect, it pertains to the state of health and the need for protection of a single person who has become incapacitated.

Is it against the law?

Yes, it is against the law to make a joint protection mandate. To avoid unpleasant surprises, please draw up your own! The downloadable My protection mandate form is free and can be printed as many times as you like.

Last update: October 17, 2023