B-1, r. 13 - Regulation respecting the training, skill and knowledge evaluation, accreditation and discipline of stenographers

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39. A stenographer who wishes to cease practising must immediately inform the committee which then strikes the stenographer’s name off the roll.
The committee also strikes the name of a stenographer off the roll on being informed of a judgment placing the stenographer under protective supervision, homologating a protection mandate or ordering, pursuant to article 30 of the Civil Code, the stenographer’s confinement in a health and social services institution.
O.C. 240-2006, s. 39; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP); O.C. 753-2016, s. 11.
39. A stenographer who wishes to cease practising must immediately inform the committee which then strikes the stenographer’s name off the roll.
The committee also strikes the name of a stenographer off the roll on being informed of a judgment placing the stenographer under protective supervision, homologating a protection mandate or ordering, pursuant to article 30 of the Civil Code, the stenographer’s confinement in a health and social services institution.
Stenographers must file each year with the committee a declaration designating a representative who may act in the event that the stenographer is unable to act, so as to enable a person to request notes that have or have not been transcribed.
The representative must be a practising stenographer.
The heirs of a deceased stenographer must transfer the stenographer’s notes to the designated representative.
O.C. 240-2006, s. 39; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
39. A stenographer who wishes to cease practising must immediately inform the committee which then strikes the stenographer’s name off the roll.
The committee also strikes the name of a stenographer off the roll on being informed of a judgment placing the stenographer under protective supervision, homologating a mandate given by the stenographer in anticipation of his or her incapacity or ordering, pursuant to article 30 of the Civil Code, the stenographer’s confinement in a health and social services institution.
Stenographers must file each year with the committee a declaration designating a representative who may act in the event that the stenographer is unable to act, so as to enable a person to request notes that have or have not been transcribed.
The representative must be a practising stenographer.
The heirs of a deceased stenographer must transfer the stenographer’s notes to the designated representative.
O.C. 240-2006, s. 39.