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Extract from the judicial record

 

It is necessary to be registered in the municipality of Erquelinnes. There are two forms. Model 2 is issued in the case of activities related to education, psychological-medical-social guidance, assistance to youth, child protection, and activity programming or supervision of minors.
Model 1 is issued in all other cases.
It is immediately (*) available free of charge at the office.
(*) If the applicant has recently changed his or her municipality, it is possible that the waiting period may be longer, if the former municipality has not yet transmitted the file from the judicial record.

 

Certificates of life, nationality, residence, and household composition

These documents are issued free of charge (unless it is for a lawyer) and may be either:
- sent by mail to the indicated address
- issued in person at the office

Certificate of heredity

Certificate issued upon presentation of the marriage booklet. It testifies to the direct familial link between the deceased and the petitioner. This document is issued for an amount less than or equal to 750.00€.

Parental authorization

 

This is an authorization signed by one of the parents. The Officer of the Civil Registry or his or her delegate legalizes the signature.
If the interested party cannot come, it is necessary to bring his or her identification card and his or her authorization to leave the territory, already signed.
For children whose parents are not domiciled at the same address, it is advised to request the signed authorization of both parents.
The Population Department has computerized documents allowing for the quick issue of parental authorizations.
Price: 1.00€

 

Legalization of signature

This is a certificate by which the municipal authority certifies in writing the authenticity of a signature. The person for whom the signature is to be legalized must come in person to the population office and sign before the official, or must bring the identification card of the concerned party.
Price: 1.00€

Conformed copy

Come with the original document as well as the copy of the document.

Legal cohabitation

 

By "legal cohabitation," it is understood the situation of joint life of two people having made a declaration before the Officer of the Civil Registry of their joint residence.


This can take place between a homosexual couple, a heterosexual couple, siblings (brothers-sisters), or between ascendant-descendant (parent-child, grandparent-adult grandchild) in writing and sent with return receipt requested to the Officer of the Civil Registry who, after having verified that the conditions have been fulfilled (-being of legal age ; -not part of a marriage or another legal cohabitation ; -able to enter into contracts in compliance with Articles 1123 and 1124 of the C.C.) makes a mention of this cohabitation in the population registry.


Legal cohabitation creates rights and responsibilities: - protection of the familial residence;
- contribution to responsibilities of joint life as related to their possibilities, the supportive obligation to participate in certain debts; -the conservation of one’s assets if their ownership can be proved.
Legal cohabitation may be terminated in the following ways: - the death or marriage of one of the cohabitants;
- a common agreement, sent with return receipt requested to the Officer of the Civil Registry, who notifies the Officer of the Civil Registry of the municipality of residence of the other party of the termination within 8 days by registered mail;
- by unilateral declaration, sent with return receipt requested to the Officer of the Civil Registry, who notifies the Officer of the Civil Registry of the municipality of residence of the other party within 8 days by registered mail and by writ to the other party (the inherent costs are paid in advance by the party who makes the declaration);
The termination is mentioned in the population registry.
Legal cohabitation may only be signed in the offices of the municipality of residence, brought to a notary, or both simultaneously.

 

By "legal cohabitation," it is understood the situation of joint life of two people having made a declaration before the Officer of the Civil Registry of their joint residence.
This can take place between a homosexual couple, a heterosexual couple, siblings (brothers-sisters), or between ascendant-descendant (parent-child, grandparent-adult grandchild) in writing and sent with return receipt requested to the Officer of the Civil Registry who, after having verified that the conditions have been fulfilled (-being of legal age ; -not part of a marriage or another legal cohabitation ; -able to enter into contracts in compliance with Articles 1123 and 1124 of the C.C.) makes a mention of this cohabitation in the population registry.

Legal cohabitation creates rights and responsibilities: - protection of the familial residence;
- contribution to responsibilities of joint life as related to their possibilities, the supportive obligation to participate in certain debts; -the conservation of one’s assets if their ownership can be proved.
Legal cohabitation may be terminated in the following ways: - the death or marriage of one of the cohabitants;
- a common agreement, sent with return receipt requested to the Officer of the Civil Registry, who notifies the Officer of the Civil Registry of the municipality of residence of the other party of the termination within 8 days by registered mail;
- by unilateral declaration, sent with return receipt requested to the Officer of the Civil Registry, who notifies the Officer of the Civil Registry of the municipality of residence of the other party within 8 days by registered mail and by writ to the other party (the inherent costs are paid in advance by the party who makes the declaration);
The termination is mentioned in the population registry.
Legal cohabitation may only be signed in the offices of the municipality of residence, brought to a notary, or both simultaneously.

 

 

Legal Cohabitation

Organ Donation

If you are Belgian or a foreigner domiciled in Belgian for over 6 months, you are assumed to be an organ donor.
As of June 13, 1986, you may note your wishes in the matter of organ donation before your municipality of residence.
The choices are defined as follows: - declaration of opposition;
- retraction of opposition;
- declaration of explicit consent;
- retraction of explicit consent.

 

Euthanasia

With the passing of the Law of May 28, 2002, euthanasia is recognized as the right for all sick people to make their choice in terms of life and death so long as they meet the conditions set out by the law.
You may express wishes and refusals in the matter of health care and end-of-life by completing an “anticipated declaration of wishes,” which can be retracted or modified at any time. You may find this document at
(PDF110,32KB)
This declaration, duly signed by the declaring party, people of trust, and witnesses, must be given to the Municipal Administration to be re-registered before the Federal Public Health Service.

 

 

 

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