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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To find out the name of a child’s (younger than 18) tutor, just phone our information service:
Montréal: 514 873‑4074
Toll free: 1 800 363‑9020
Under the Public Curator Act, the Curateur public has to maintain a register of tutorships to minors. The fact that a person is under protection, as is the case with minors under tutorship, is deemed by law to be public information.
You may consult this register by calling one of our offices. An agent will be able to consult the register and give you the information.
Although the information in the register of tutorships to minors is public, if you wish to consult it, you need to know the child’s name and at least their date of birth.
The register contains the following information:
Information is updated regularly. When the child attains full age at 18 or is emancipated, their name is deleted from the register.