A-14, r. 5.3 - Agreement dated 4 December 2020 between the Minister of Justice and the Barreau du Québec respecting the tariff of fees and expenses of advocates rendering services in criminal and penal matters and the dispute settlement procedure

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75. An advocate who submitted a dispute may, if no reply is received within 30 days after sending the notice, or the advocate is dissatisfied with the reply, refer the dispute to arbitration.
Resorting to arbitration is prescribed by six months.
An application for arbitration is made by a letter addressed to the chief judge of the Court of Québec, and is also sent to the regional centre, to the Commission and to the Barreau du Québec.
The chief judge designates one of the judges of that court to act as arbitrator.
2020-12-04-aDecision 2020-12-04, s. 75.
In force: 2020-12-09
75. An advocate who submitted a dispute may, if no reply is received within 30 days after sending the notice, or the advocate is dissatisfied with the reply, refer the dispute to arbitration.
Resorting to arbitration is prescribed by six months.
An application for arbitration is made by a letter addressed to the chief judge of the Court of Québec, and is also sent to the regional centre, to the Commission and to the Barreau du Québec.
The chief judge designates one of the judges of that court to act as arbitrator.
2020-12-04-aDecision 2020-12-04, s. 75.