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

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46. A student is deemed to pursue studies recognized by the Minister or the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports on a full-time basis if he or she is pursuing studies on a part-time basis and
(1)  does not have a spouse and cohabits with his or her child who is under 12 years of age;
(2)  is at least 20 weeks pregnant;
(3)  cohabits with his or her child from the child’s birth until the age as of which the child is subject to compulsory school attendance;
(4)  the student’s capacity for employment is limited within the meaning of the Individual and Family Assistance Act (chapter A-13.1.1) and the student is participating in a social assistance and support measure or program offered under that Act;
(5)  cannot pursue full-time studies for more than one month due to serious episodic disorders resulting from major and permanent physical or mental health problems attested to in a medical certificate.
If the child has a major functional deficiency within the meaning of section 47 or a mental disorder attested to in a medical certificate, the period during which the student is deemed to pursue studies recognized by the Minister or the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports on a full-time basis is extended.
If the student and his or her spouse are both students, only one of them, for the same year of allocation, may be deemed to pursue studies recognized by the Minister or the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports on a full-time basis pursuant to subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph.
O.C. 344-2004, s. 46; O.C. 698-2007, s. 14; O.C. 811-2008, s. 11; S.Q. 2013, c. 28, s. 190; 1086-2017O.C. 1086-2017, s. 16.
46. A student is deemed to pursue studies recognized by the Minister or the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports on a full-time basis if he or she is pursuing studies on a part-time basis and
(1)  does not have a spouse and cohabits with his or her child who is under 12 years of age;
(2)  is at least 20 weeks pregnant;
(3)  cohabits with his or her child from the child’s birth until the age as of which the child is subject to compulsory school attendance;
(4)  the student’s capacity for employment is limited within the meaning of the Individual and Family Assistance Act (chapter A-13.1.1) and the student is participating in a social assistance and support measure or program offered under that Act;
(5)  cannot pursue full-time studies for more than one month due to serious episodic disorders resulting from major and permanent physical or mental health problems attested to in a medical certificate.
If the child has a major functional deficiency within the meaning of section 47 or a mental disorder attested to in a medical certificate, the period during which the student is deemed to pursue studies recognized by the Minister or the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports on a full-time basis is extended until the child, if he or she is pursuing studies, has reached the age of 21.
If the student and his or her spouse are both students, only one of them, for the same year of allocation, may be deemed to pursue studies recognized by the Minister or the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports on a full-time basis pursuant to subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph.
O.C. 344-2004, s. 46; O.C. 698-2007, s. 14; O.C. 811-2008, s. 11; S.Q. 2013, c. 28, s. 190.
46. A student is deemed to pursue studies recognized by the Minister on a full-time basis if he or she is pursuing studies on a part-time basis and
(1)  does not have a spouse and cohabits with his or her child who is under 12 years of age;
(2)  is at least 20 weeks pregnant;
(3)  cohabits with his or her child from the child’s birth until the age as of which the child is subject to compulsory school attendance;
(4)  the student’s capacity for employment is limited within the meaning of the Individual and Family Assistance Act (chapter A-13.1.1) and the student is participating in a social assistance and support measure or program offered under that Act;
(5)  cannot pursue full-time studies for more than one month due to serious episodic disorders resulting from major and permanent physical or mental health problems attested to in a medical certificate.
If the child has a major functional deficiency within the meaning of section 47 or a mental disorder attested to in a medical certificate, the period during which the student is deemed to pursue studies recognized by the Minister on a full-time basis is extended until the child, if he or she is pursuing studies, has reached the age of 21.
If the student and his or her spouse are both students, only one of them, for the same year of allocation, may be deemed to pursue studies recognized by the Minister on a full-time basis pursuant to subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph.
O.C. 344-2004, s. 46; O.C. 698-2007, s. 14; O.C. 811-2008, s. 11.