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Letter to the Public Curator - Disclosing an inheritance of more than $25,000 to a minor

Letter useful in the case where a minor child would receive an inheritance worth more than $25,000...more

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  • If, following the final distribution of a succession/estate, a legacy with a value greater than $25,000 was made to a minor child, the liquidator shall notify the Public Curator to comply with section 217 of the Civil Code of Quebec.
  • It is important to know that when the value of the property left to a minor child is greater than $25,000, a tutorship council must be put in place and the tutor must render accounts to the council as well as to the Public Curator in order to protect the minor's property.
  • The letter of disclosure to the Public Curator for an inheritance greater thant $25,000 received by a minor, available on this website, will be suitable for most situations.
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