Certain proceedings, such as non-contentious proceedings, require applicants to submit an application to the Court. Notaries are ideally suited to assist you in this type of proceeding.
Definition of non-contentious proceedings
A non-contentious proceeding is, as its name suggests, a proceeding for which there is no dispute, which is not contested.
In non-contentious proceeding, the notary will act as an attorney and present the request to the Court. It is a judge who will decide what to do with the motion.
Section 15, paragraph 7 of the Notarial Act, states that the notary may represent clients in any non-contentious proceeding, prepare, draft or submit applications for clients relating to them.
For certain non-contentious procedures, the notary will need accreditation. Mtre Mona Salehi has been accredited by the Chambre des notaires du Québec for this since 2011.
Examples of non-contentious proceedings
Non-contentious proceedings include:
- homologation of a mandate,
- opening of a protection regime for an incapacitated adult,
- constitution of guardianship of a minor,
- revision of a regime,
- replacement of a guardian,
- an application for authorization to sell a minor’s property,
- an application to appoint a liquidator for an estate,
Be supported in a non-contentious proceeding
Me Mona Salehi and her team have been supporting you for your needs in non-contentious proceedings since 2011.
Mtre Mona Salehi Inc. – Notary in Montreal