B-1, r. 3.1 - Code of Professional Conduct of Lawyers

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134. Subject to the lawyer’s duty of confidentiality to a client, the lawyer must inform the syndic of the Barreau about the occurrence of any of the following situations involving another lawyer:
(1)  the unlawful custody or use of monies or other property held in trust;
(2)  the termination of the practice of the profession;
(3)  the inability to practise the profession;
(4)  participation in an unlawful act when practising the profession;
(5)  a health condition that could materially prejudice a client;
(6)  conduct that raises a doubt as to his honesty, loyalty or competence; or
(7)  the performance of any act whose nature or seriousness is such that it could adversely affect the honour, dignity or reputation of the profession or the public’s confidence in the profession.
O.C. 129-2015, s. 134.