A-13.3, r. 1 - Regulation respecting financial assistance for education expenses

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SCHEDULE II
(ss. 1 and 74)
The student’s other income, for the calendar year ending during the current year of allocation, is composed of the following:
(1) death benefits in the form of a pension paid under an Act;
(2) an orphan’s pension, pension for disability contributor’s child, compensation for a crime victim’s child, a surviving spouse’s pension and benefits received as such under an Act;
(3) income from a succession, trust or gift in respect of which the student is a beneficiary;
(4) amounts paid as financial assistance for language instruction offered under an Act;
(5) allowances paid by a government department or body, other than those paid under the Individual and Family Assistance Act (chapter A-13.1.1), as a family allowance under the Taxation Act (chapter I-3) or as a Canada child benefit under the Income Tax Act (R.S.C. 1985, c. 1 (5th Suppl.));
(6) amounts received as support, paid for the student or the student’s child, as well as other monetary benefits or benefits to which a monetary value may be assigned, except compensatory allowances, received as a result of a de facto separation agreement, a judgment granting separation as to bed and board or a divorce judgment. Despite the foregoing, only the amounts received as support in excess of $4,200 per year of allocation or, if the student has more than one child, in excess of the amount obtained by multiplying $4,200 by the number of children are considered;
(7) investment income;
(8) amounts equal to any exemption from the payment of mandatory tuition fees; and
(9) (paragraph revoked).
O.C. 344-2004, sch. II; O.C. 670-2004, s. 4; O.C. 698-2007, s. 19; O.C. 1359-2009, s. 1; O.C. 607-2011, s. 1; O.C. 1009-2011, s. 25; 1086-2017O.C. 1086-2017, s. 32; S.Q. 2019, c. 14, s. 666; 288-2020O.C. 288-2020, s. 25.
SCHEDULE II
(ss. 1 and 74)
The student’s other income, for the calendar year ending during the current year of allocation, is composed of the following:
(1) death benefits in the form of a pension paid under an Act;
(2) an orphan’s pension, pension for disability contributor’s child, compensation for a crime victim’s child, a surviving spouse’s pension and benefits received as such under an Act;
(3) income from a succession, trust or gift in respect of which the student is a beneficiary;
(4) amounts paid as financial assistance for language instruction offered under an Act;
(5) allowances paid by a government department or body, other than those paid under the Individual and Family Assistance Act (chapter A-13.1.1), as a family allowance under the Taxation Act (chapter I-3) or as a Canada child benefit under the Income Tax Act (R.S.C. 1985, c. 1 (5th Suppl.));
(6) amounts received as support, paid for the student or the student’s child, as well as other monetary benefits or benefits to which a monetary value may be assigned, except compensatory allowances, received as a result of a de facto separation agreement, a judgment granting separation as to bed and board or a divorce judgment. Despite the foregoing, only the amounts received as support in excess of $1,200 per year of allocation or, if the student has more than one child, in excess of the amount obtained by multiplying $1,200 by the number of children are considered;
(7) investment income;
(8) amounts equal to any exemption from the payment of mandatory tuition fees; and
(9) (paragraph revoked).
O.C. 344-2004, sch. II; O.C. 670-2004, s. 4; O.C. 698-2007, s. 19; O.C. 1359-2009, s. 1; O.C. 607-2011, s. 1; O.C. 1009-2011, s. 25; 1086-2017O.C. 1086-2017, s. 32; S.Q. 2019, c. 14, s. 666.
SCHEDULE II
(ss. 1 and 74)
The student’s other income, for the calendar year ending during the current year of allocation, is composed of the following:
(1) death benefits in the form of a pension paid under an Act;
(2) an orphan’s pension, pension for disability contributor’s child, compensation for a crime victim’s child, a surviving spouse’s pension and benefits received as such under an Act;
(3) income from a succession, trust or gift in respect of which the student is a beneficiary;
(4) amounts paid as financial assistance for language instruction offered under an Act;
(5) allowances paid by a government department or body, other than those paid under the Individual and Family Assistance Act (chapter A-13.1.1), as a child assistance payment under the Taxation Act (chapter I-3) or as a Canada child benefit under the Income Tax Act (R.S.C. 1985, c. 1 (5th Supp.));
(6) amounts received as support, paid for the student or the student’s child, as well as other monetary benefits or benefits to which a monetary value may be assigned, except compensatory allowances, received as a result of a de facto separation agreement, a judgment granting separation as to bed and board or a divorce judgment. Despite the foregoing, only the amounts received as support in excess of $1,200 per year of allocation or, if the student has more than one child, in excess of the amount obtained by multiplying $1,200 by the number of children are considered;
(7) investment income;
(8) amounts equal to any exemption from the payment of mandatory tuition fees; and
(9) (paragraph revoked).
O.C. 344-2004, sch. II; O.C. 670-2004, s. 4; O.C. 698-2007, s. 19; O.C. 1359-2009, s. 1; O.C. 607-2011, s. 1; O.C. 1009-2011, s. 25; 1086-2017O.C. 1086-2017, s. 32.
SCHEDULE II
(ss. 1 and 74)
The student’s other income, for the calendar year ending during the current year of allocation, is composed of the following:
(1) death benefits in the form of a pension paid under an Act;
(2) an orphan’s pension, pension for disability contributor’s child, compensation for a crime victim’s child, a surviving spouse’s pension and benefits received as such under an Act;
(3) income from a succession, trust or gift in respect of which the student is a beneficiary;
(4) amounts paid as financial assistance for language instruction offered under an Act;
(5) allowances paid by a government department or body, other than those paid under the Individual and Family Assistance Act (chapter A-13.1.1);
(6) amounts received as support, paid for the student or the student’s child, as well as other monetary benefits or benefits to which a monetary value may be assigned, except compensatory allowances, received as a result of a de facto separation agreement, a judgment granting separation as to bed and board or a divorce judgment. Despite the foregoing, only the amounts received as support in excess of $1,200 per year of allocation or, if the student has more than one child, in excess of the amount obtained by multiplying $1,200 by the number of children are considered;
(7) investment income;
(8) amounts equal to any exemption from the payment of mandatory tuition fees; and
(9) (paragraph revoked).
O.C. 344-2004, sch. II; O.C. 670-2004, s. 4; O.C. 698-2007, s. 19; O.C. 1359-2009, s. 1; O.C. 607-2011, s. 1; O.C. 1009-2011, s. 25.