The Curateur public can play various roles.
What is in the Register
Each entry in the Register comprises a Curateur public file number, the first name and last name of the person who drew up the mandate, the mandatary’s first and last name, the scope of their responsibilities (protection of the property or the person), the date on which the mandate was signed, and the date and number of the homologation decision.
You can access the Register of homologated mandates from our website or by calling one of our service points.
The Curateur public has to keep records about people under protective supervision. Among these records is a list of mandates that have been homologated by the court.
This register may be consulted by anyone who wants to know if someone is under the legal protection of a mandatary.
The Curateur public cannot be designated as a mandatary or as the person to whom the mandatary has to periodically report.