The following have the power to order protection measures according to the subject of the case in which a protection measure is requested: the family court (tribunal de la famille), the labour court (tribunal du travail) or public prosecutor’s office (ministère public), with subsequent verification by the family court or juvenile court (tribunal de la jeunesse).
The chief registrar (greffier en chef) of the court which ordered the protection measure, or the public prosecutor’s office if applicable, is responsible for issuing the certificate.
The public prosecutor’s office of the place where the person under protection is/will be entered in the population register, or where the person is/will be usually resident.
The public prosecutor’s office of the place where the person under protection is/will be entered in the population register, or where the person is/will be usually resident. This adjustment may be appealed before the Court of First Instance (tribunal de première instance) in accordance with Article 11(5).
The Court of First Instance.
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