Am I at the right place?

You have to address the Tribunal administratif du Québec if you wish to contest a decision undered concerning you by a department, an agency (boards, commissions, hospitals, etc.) or a municipality. When you file a proceeding with the Tribunal, it must decide, after a hearing, if the decision you are contesting should be changed, set aside or upheld.

 

However, not every decision of a department, agency or municipality can be contested before the Tribunal. Usually, the letter that is sent to you indicates if you have the right to contest its decision, since the Act requires it to inform you of this. For a complete list, consult the list of decisions which may be contested before the Tribunal

 

Each proceeding filed by a person with the Tribunal is then forwarded to one of the four divisions, according to its nature:

 

The Mental Health Division  deals with proceedings concerning persons deprived of their freedom because of their mental health condition. This division is part of the Social Affairs Division and has a particular procedure.
 



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