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|On March 31, 2020||On March 31, 2021||Variation|
|Public protective supervision|
|Dative tutorship (minors) 1||92||93|
|Private protective supervision|
|Private protection supervised by the Curateur public|
|Tutorship to a minor with supervision||2,611||2,618|
|Dative tutorship (minors) 1||1,357||1,400|
|Private protection without supervision|
|Tutorship to a minor without supervision||3,309||3,197|
|Advisor to an adult 3||211||203|
|Judicially approved (homologated) mandates (adults)||13,092||11,398||-12.9%|
|Persons under protective supervision (public and private)|
1 Tutorships exercised by persons other than the minor's father or mother.
2 "Others" refers to provisional administration (designed to respond to an urgent need for protection of a person presumed to be incapable), tutorships to absentees (a measure to protect the property of an absent person who did not appoint an administrator, or if the latter is unknown, refuses or fails to act, or is prevented from acting) and certain other forms of property administration.
3 Mandataries are not obliged to inform the Curateur public of the death of the mandator. The Curateur public conducts a quarterly update of its register, through an exchange of files with the Régie de l’assurance maladie du Québec.
4 A number of represented persons are under both public and private supervision: there were 744 such persons on March 31, 2021 and 809 on March 31, 2020. They were therefore counted twice. On March 31, 2021, protective supervision was in the process of being instituted for 3,440 individuals (compared to 3,260 on March 31, 2020).