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

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73. Where a stenographer has been convicted of an offence following a complaint made in accordance with section 46, the committee may impose one or more of the following penalties in respect of each count in the complaint:
(1)  a reprimand;
(2)  a restriction on the right to practise stenography;
(3)  temporary striking off the roll of stenographers;
(4)  revocation of the stenographer accreditation;
(5)  the obligation to remit to a person entitled to it a sum of money the stenographer is holding for the person or received in contravention of the Tariff;
(6)  the obligation to transmit any document or information, or the obligation to complete, update or rectify any document or information.
O.C. 240-2006, s. 73; 753-2016O.C. 753-2016, s. 12.
73. Where a stenographer has been convicted of an offence following a complaint made in accordance with section 46, the committee may impose one or more of the following penalties in respect of each count in the complaint:
(1)  a reprimand;
(2)  a restriction on the right to practise stenography;
(3)  temporary striking off the roll of stenographers;
(4)  revocation of the stenographer certificate;
(5)  the obligation to remit to a person entitled to it a sum of money the stenographer is holding for the person or received in contravention of the Tariff;
(6)  the obligation to transmit any document or information, or the obligation to complete, update or rectify any document or information.
O.C. 240-2006, s. 73.