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The Chambre des notaires du Québec, through its Notarial Studies Fund (NSF), provides financial support to communities, organizations and society stakeholders for initiatives aligned with its mission: Protection of the Public.
Upon a death, the existence of a will of the deceased must be verified in the Register of Testamentary Dispositions of the Chambre des notaires du Québec.
The registers of testamentary dispositions and mandates of the Chambre des notaires allow the public to trace the last will or protection mandate.
Comment faire une recherche au registre des mandats de protection de la Chambre des notaires en cas d’inaptitude.
In accordance with its mission to protect the public, the Chambre des notaires ensures that notaries provide quality services to the public and that they maintain their skills throughout their careers, in four ways:
Terms and conditions of use of The Chambre des notaires du Québec's website
Notaries are authorized to give advice in all areas of law within their scope of expertise.
Are you looking to pursue master’s or doctoral studies in a field associated with the notarial profession, or are you a notary interested in an academic career?
Verify that the person you are consulting has a permit to practise as a notary, using the Find a Notary tool.
A subscription to the Notarial Library database allows the subscriber to conduct online searches of the various legal publications that the Chambre des notaires offers to support the profession.
The public may have access to documents and information held by the Chambre des notaires for the purpose of supervising the practice of the profession.
Take an inventory of your property and documents in the event of death or incapacity. Heritage: your 360 guide, a tool offered free of charge by the Chambre des notaires.