Law to better protect
Find out more about the changes that will have a direct impact on the lives of thousands of vulnerable people and their loved ones.
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As the tutorship council, your role is to ensure:
As tutorship council, you have to see that the tutor or curator is accomplishing their duties properly and making the right decisions. If they have to take action to defend the incapacitated person’s rights, make sure they do so at the appropriate time.
Documents given to the tutorship council by the legal representative
You must receive the original or a copy of the following documents:
The tutorship council is also required to supervise the administration of the tutor or curator and assist them. In the case of a tutorship, your authorization is required for:
and in all other cases provided for by law.
By law, you have to give advice and make decisions in certain situations. This includes advising the court about:
If the tutor or curator is no longer able to perform their duties, if they die or if they do not fulfil their obligations, you may ask the court to replace them.