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Declarations and other notices
Declarations filed with the Curateur public are official. No other formalities have to be undertaken with the court or a notary.
In addition to helping parents and dative and suppletive tutors to fulfil their obligations and monitoring their administration of the child’s property, the Curateur public receives:
declarations made by parents designating a dative tutor to the property;
declarations regarding simple emancipation made by tutors to minors aged 16 or over, in conjunction with the tutorship council.
Any person, company or agency remitting indemnities or other insurance amounts in favour of a minor must notify the Curateur public. The same applies to a donor or estate liquidator when the gift or inheritance involved exceeds $25,000.
The court sends the Curateur public all judgments concerning a minor’s property.