A-25, r. 14 - Regulation respecting the reimbursement of certain expenses

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57. The cost of the written medical assessment covered by section 83.31 of the Act submitted by a person whose appeal or application for review is approved, qualifies for reimbursement to the following maximum amounts:
(1)  $690 for a medical assessment produced following the examination of the victim by one physician or specialized nurse practitioner;
(2)  $690 for each physician or specialized nurse practitioner, to a maximum of $2,070 when the assessment is made following a joint examination of the victim by more than one such professional.
O.C. 1925-89, s. 57; O.C. 765-96, s. 10; 677-2017O.C. 677-2017, s. 15;S.Q. 2020, c. 6, s. 49.
57. The cost of the written medical assessment covered by section 83.31 of the Act submitted by a person whose appeal or application for review is approved, qualifies for reimbursement to the following maximum amounts:
(1)  $690 for a medical assessment produced following the examination of the victim by one physician;
(2)  $690 for each physician, to a maximum of $2,070 when the assessment is made following a joint examination of the victim by more than one physician.
O.C. 1925-89, s. 57; O.C. 765-96, s. 10; 677-2017O.C. 677-2017, s. 15.
57. The cost of the written medical assessment covered by section 83.31 of the Act submitted by a person whose appeal or application for review is approved, qualifies for reimbursement to the following maximum amounts:
(1)  $600 for a medical assessment produced following the examination of the victim by one physician;
(2)  $600 for each physician, to a maximum of $1,800 when the assessment is made following a joint examination of the victim by more than one physician.
O.C. 1925-89, s. 57; O.C. 765-96, s. 10.