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In [[Portal:Quebec|Québec]], records that are equivalent to probate records are part of the notarial records. This includes wills, inventories after death, and guardianship records. See the "Notarial Records" section of this outline and of the Canada Research Outline (34545).
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In [[Quebec]], records that are equivalent to probate records are part of the notarial records. This includes wills, inventories after death, and guardianship records. See [[Quebec Notarial Records]] and [[Canada Notarial Records]].
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Canada  Gotoarrow.png  Quebec  Gotoarrow.png  Probate Records

In Quebec, records that are equivalent to probate records are part of the notarial records. This includes wills, inventories after death, and guardianship records. See Quebec Notarial Records and Canada Notarial Records.