69. Other place of application: An application for legal aid may be made to any legal aid centre or bureau and the applicant must then justify his reason for not applying to the local centre or bureau nearest his place of residence. The certificate shall then be given by the local bureau or centre to which application was made, or by another local bureau or centre, if the director general decides that it would be in the applicant’s best interest so to do.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. A-14, r. 1, s. 69; O.C. 1453-97, s. 31.