A-14, r. 2 - Regulation respecting legal aid

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18. In addition to the persons who are deemed to be financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid under the second paragraph of section 4.1 of the Act respecting legal aid and the provision of certain other legal services (chapter A-14), an applicant who meets the 3 following conditions is financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid:
(1)  his annual income, within the meaning of section 17, and that of the other persons whose income is considered under this Regulation does not exceed, among the following levels, the level corresponding to the class applicable to the applicant:
Class of applicantsMaximum annual level
In the case of a single person$23,842
In the case of an applicant whose family is composed of: 
- an adult and 1 child $29,171
- an adult and 2 children or more$31,141
- spouses without children $33,181
- spouses with 1 child$37,125
- spouses with 2 children or more$39,097
(2)  the value of his assets, within the meaning of section 17, and of those of the other persons whose assets are considered under this Regulation, except for their liquidities, does not exceed
(a)  $47,500 if neither the applicant nor his spouse is the owner of the residence; or
(b)  $90,000 if the applicant or his spouse is the owner of the residence;
(3)  his liquidities and those of the other persons whose liquidities are considered under this Regulation do not exceed
(a)  $2,500, in the case of a single person; or
(b)  $5,000, in the case of a family.
O.C. 1073-96, s. 18; O.C. 1454-97, s. 5; O.C. 1277-2005, ss. 1, 4, 7, 10 and 13; O.C. 438-2012, s. 1; O.C. 1280-2013, s. 1.
18. In addition to the persons who are deemed to be financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid under the second paragraph of section 4.1 of the Act respecting legal aid and the provision of certain other legal services (chapter A-14), an applicant who meets the 3 following conditions is financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid:
(1)  his annual income, within the meaning of section 17, and that of the other persons whose income is considered under this Regulation does not exceed, among the following levels, the level corresponding to the class applicable to the applicant:


Class of applicants Maximum annual level


In the case of a single person $22,750

In the case of an applicant whose family is composed of:

- an adult and 1 child $27,834

- an adult and 2 children or more $29,714

- spouses without children $31,661

- spouses with 1 child $35,424

- spouses with 2 children or more $37,306

(2)  the value of his assets, within the meaning of section 17, and of those of the other persons whose assets are considered under this Regulation, except for their liquidities, does not exceed
(a)  $47,500 if neither the applicant nor his spouse is the owner of the residence; or
(b)  $90,000 if the applicant or his spouse is the owner of the residence;
(3)  his liquidities and those of the other persons whose liquidities are considered under this Regulation do not exceed
(a)  $2,500, in the case of a single person; or
(b)  $5,000, in the case of a family.
O.C. 1073-96, s. 18; O.C. 1454-97, s. 5; O.C. 1277-2005, ss. 1, 4, 7, 10 and 13; O.C. 438-2012, s. 1; O.C. 1280-2013, s. 1.
18. In addition to the persons who are deemed to be financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid under the second paragraph of section 4.1 of the Act respecting legal aid and the provision of certain other legal services (chapter A-14), an applicant who meets the 3 following conditions is financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid:
(1)  his annual income, within the meaning of section 17, and that of the other persons whose income is considered under this Regulation does not exceed, among the following levels, the level corresponding to the class applicable to the applicant:


Class of applicants Maximum annual level


In the case of a single person $21,840

In the case of an applicant whose family is composed of:

- an adult and 1 child $26,720

- an adult and 2 children or more $28,525

- spouses without children $30,394

- spouses with 1 child $34,007

- spouses with 2 children or more $35,813.

(2)  the value of his assets, within the meaning of section 17, and of those of the other persons whose assets are considered under this Regulation, except for their liquidities, does not exceed
(a)  $47,500 if neither the applicant nor his spouse is the owner of the residence; or
(b)  $90,000 if the applicant or his spouse is the owner of the residence;
(3)  his liquidities and those of the other persons whose liquidities are considered under this Regulation do not exceed
(a)  $2,500, in the case of a single person; or
(b)  $5,000, in the case of a family.
O.C. 1073-96, s. 18; O.C. 1454-97, s. 5; O.C. 1277-2005, ss. 1, 4, 7, 10 and 13; O.C. 438-2012, s. 1; O.C. 1280-2013, s. 1.
18. In addition to the persons who are deemed to be financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid under the second paragraph of section 4.1 of the Act respecting legal aid and the provision of certain other legal services (chapter A-14), an applicant who meets the 3 following conditions is financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid:
(1)  his annual income, within the meaning of section 17, and that of the other persons whose income is considered under this Regulation does not exceed, among the following levels, the level corresponding to the class applicable to the applicant:


Class of applicants Maximum annual level


In the case of a single person $20,475

In the case of an applicant whose family is composed of:

- an adult and 1 child $25,050

- an adult and 2 children or more $26,742

- spouses without children $28,494

- spouses with 1 child $31,881

- spouses with 2 children or more $33,574.

(2)  the value of his assets, within the meaning of section 17, and of those of the other persons whose assets are considered under this Regulation, except for their liquidities, does not exceed
(a)  $47,500 if neither the applicant nor his spouse is the owner of the residence; or
(b)  $90,000 if the applicant or his spouse is the owner of the residence;
(3)  his liquidities and those of the other persons whose liquidities are considered under this Regulation do not exceed
(a)  $2,500, in the case of a single person; or
(b)  $5,000, in the case of a family.
O.C. 1073-96, s. 18; O.C. 1454-97, s. 5; O.C. 1277-2005, ss. 1, 4, 7, 10 and 13; O.C. 438-2012, s. 1; O.C. 1280-2013, s. 1.
18. In addition to the persons who are deemed to be financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid under the second paragraph of section 4.1 of the Act respecting legal aid and the provision of certain other legal services (chapter A-14), an applicant who meets the 3 following conditions is financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid:
(1)  his annual income, within the meaning of section 17, and that of the other persons whose income is considered under this Regulation does not exceed, among the following levels, the level corresponding to the class applicable to the applicant:


Class of applicants Maximum annual level


In the case of a single person $19,565

In the case of an applicant whose family is composed of:

- an adult and 1 child $23,936

- an adult and 2 children or more $25,553

- spouses without children $27,227

- spouses with 1 child $30,464

- spouses with 2 children or more $32,081.

(2)  the value of his assets, within the meaning of section 17, and of those of the other persons whose assets are considered under this Regulation, except for their liquidities, does not exceed
(a)  $47,500 if neither the applicant nor his spouse is the owner of the residence; or
(b)  $90,000 if the applicant or his spouse is the owner of the residence;
(3)  his liquidities and those of the other persons whose liquidities are considered under this Regulation do not exceed
(a)  $2,500, in the case of a single person; or
(b)  $5,000, in the case of a family.
O.C. 1073-96, s. 18; O.C. 1454-97, s. 5; O.C. 1277-2005, ss. 1, 4, 7, 10 and 13; O.C. 438-2012, s. 1; O.C. 1280-2013, s. 1.
18. In addition to the persons who are deemed to be financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid under the second paragraph of section 4.1 of the Act respecting legal aid and the provision of certain other legal services (chapter A-14), an applicant who meets the 3 following conditions is financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid:
(1)  his annual income, within the meaning of section 17, and that of the other persons whose income is considered under this Regulation does not exceed, among the following levels, the level corresponding to the class applicable to the applicant:


Class of applicants Maximum annual level


In the case of a single person $19,201

In the case of an applicant whose family is composed of:

- an adult and 1 child $23,490

- an adult and 2 children or more $25,077

- spouses without children $26,720

- spouses with 1 child $29,897

- spouses with 2 children or more $31,484.

(2)  the value of his assets, within the meaning of section 17, and of those of the other persons whose assets are considered under this Regulation, except for their liquidities, does not exceed
(a)  $47,500 if neither the applicant nor his spouse is the owner of the residence; or
(b)  $90,000 if the applicant or his spouse is the owner of the residence;
(3)  his liquidities and those of the other persons whose liquidities are considered under this Regulation do not exceed
(a)  $2,500, in the case of a single person; or
(b)  $5,000, in the case of a family.
O.C. 1073-96, s. 18; O.C. 1454-97, s. 5; O.C. 1277-2005, ss. 1, 4, 7, 10 and 13; O.C. 438-2012, s. 1; O.C. 1280-2013, s. 1.
18. In addition to the persons who are deemed to be financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid under the second paragraph of section 4.1 of the Act respecting legal aid and the provision of certain other legal services (chapter A-14), an applicant who meets the 3 following conditions is financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid:
(1)  his annual income, within the meaning of section 17, and that of the other persons whose income is considered under this Regulation does not exceed, among the following levels, the level corresponding to the class applicable to the applicant:


Class of applicants Maximum annual level


In the case of a single person $16,306

In the case of an applicant whose family is composed of:

- an adult and 1 child $19,948

- an adult and 2 children or more $21,296

- spouses without children $22,691

- spouses with 1 child $25,389

- spouses with 2 children or more $26,737.

(2)  the value of his assets, within the meaning of section 17, and of those of the other persons whose assets are considered under this Regulation, except for their liquidities, does not exceed
(a)  $47,500 if neither the applicant nor his spouse is the owner of the residence; or
(b)  $90,000 if the applicant or his spouse is the owner of the residence;
(3)  his liquidities and those of the other persons whose liquidities are considered under this Regulation do not exceed
(a)  $2,500, in the case of a single person; or
(b)  $5,000, in the case of a family.
O.C. 1073-96, s. 18; O.C. 1454-97, s. 5; O.C. 1277-2005, ss. 1, 4, 7, 10 and 13; O.C. 438-2012, s. 1; O.C. 1280-2013, s. 1.
18. In addition to the persons who are deemed to be financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid under the second paragraph of section 4.1 of the Act respecting legal aid and the provision of certain other legal services (chapter A-14), an applicant who meets the 3 following conditions is financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid:
(1)  his annual income, within the meaning of section 17, and that of the other persons whose income is considered under this Regulation does not exceed, among the following levels, the level corresponding to the class applicable to the applicant:


Class of applicants Maximum annual level


In the case of a single person $14,140

In the case of an applicant whose family is composed of:

- an adult and 1 child $17,298

- an adult and 2 children or more $18,467

- spouses without children $19,676

- spouses with 1 child $22,015

- spouses with 2 children or more $23,184.

(2)  the value of his assets, within the meaning of section 17, and of those of the other persons whose assets are considered under this Regulation, except for their liquidities, does not exceed
(a)  $47,500 if neither the applicant nor his spouse is the owner of the residence; or
(b)  $90,000 if the applicant or his spouse is the owner of the residence;
(3)  his liquidities and those of the other persons whose liquidities are considered under this Regulation do not exceed
(a)  $2,500, in the case of a single person; or
(b)  $5,000, in the case of a family.
O.C. 1073-96, s. 18; O.C. 1454-97, s. 5; O.C. 1277-2005, ss. 1, 4, 7, 10 and 13; O.C. 438-2012, s. 1.
18. In addition to the persons who are deemed to be financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid under the second paragraph of section 4.1 of the Act respecting legal aid and the provision of certain other legal services (chapter A-14), an applicant who meets the 3 following conditions is financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid:
(1)  his annual income, within the meaning of section 17, and that of the other persons whose income is considered under this Regulation does not exceed, among the following levels, the level corresponding to the class applicable to the applicant:


Class of applicants Maximum annual level


In the case of a single person $13,910

In the case of an applicant whose family is composed of:

- an adult and 1 child $17,017

- an adult and 2 children or more $18,167

- spouses without children $19,357

- spouses with 1 child $21,658

- spouses with 2 children or more $22,808.

(2)  the value of his assets, within the meaning of section 17, and of those of the other persons whose assets are considered under this Regulation, except for their liquidities, does not exceed
(a)  $47,500 if neither the applicant nor his spouse is the owner of the residence; or
(b)  $90,000 if the applicant or his spouse is the owner of the residence;
(3)  his liquidities and those of the other persons whose liquidities are considered under this Regulation do not exceed
(a)  $2,500, in the case of a single person; or
(b)  $5,000, in the case of a family.
O.C. 1073-96, s. 18; O.C. 1454-97, s. 5; O.C. 1277-2005, ss. 1, 4, 7, 10 and 13; O.C. 438-2012, s. 1.
18. In addition to the persons who are deemed to be financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid under the second paragraph of section 4.1 of the Act respecting legal aid and the provision of certain other legal services (chapter A-14), an applicant who meets the 3 following conditions is financially eligible for gratuitous legal aid:
(1)  his annual income, within the meaning of section 17, and that of the other persons whose income is considered under this Regulation does not exceed, among the following levels, the level corresponding to the class applicable to the applicant:


Class of applicants Maximum annual level


In the case of a single person $13,573

In the case of an applicant whose family is composed of:

- an adult and 1 child $16,605

- an adult and 2 children or more $17,727

- spouses without children $18,889

- spouses with 1 child $21,134

- spouses with 2 children or more $22,256.

(2)  the value of his assets, within the meaning of section 17, and of those of the other persons whose assets are considered under this Regulation, except for their liquidities, does not exceed
(a)  $47,500 if neither the applicant nor his spouse is the owner of the residence; or
(b)  $90,000 if the applicant or his spouse is the owner of the residence;
(3)  his liquidities and those of the other persons whose liquidities are considered under this Regulation do not exceed
(a)  $2,500, in the case of a single person; or
(b)  $5,000, in the case of a family.
O.C. 1073-96, s. 18; O.C. 1454-97, s. 5; O.C. 1277-2005, ss. 1, 4, 7, 10 and 13; O.C. 438-2012, s. 1.