Power of attorney and protective supervision
Power of attorney (mandate)
There are many different situations in which you need to give another person responsibility for carrying out particular actions on your behalf. In each case, you can use a mandate to give a person you trust responsibility for handling these actions on your behalf.
It educates the public about the protection needs associated with incapacity, and supports families and close friends who are representing incapacitated individuals, administering the property of an incapacitated person or a minor, or serving as members of a tutorship council.