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Tutorship council with one member
Exceptional cases may arise where it is impossible to find three members. The court may then appoint one person or the Curateur public (if all the relatives live too far away, for example) to act as tutorship council.
The tutorship council is set up during the legal process for opening of protective supervision. It usually consists of three members suggested by the family meeting and appointed by the court.
The tutorship council usually has members from both sides of the family (maternal and paternal).
A secretary and two alternates are designated at the same time.
At various points during administration of the protective supervision, the tutorship intervenes to:
The tutorship council must also keep safe the documents pertaining to the protective supervision, including the minutes, and give them: