I-13.3, r. 2.01 - Regulation respecting teaching licences

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55. Before refusing a licence application or revoking or refusing to renew a licence, the Minister must notify the applicant or holder in writing as prescribed by section 5 of the Act respecting administrative justice (chapter J-3) and allow the applicant or holder at least 10 days to submit observations.
A person who has had a licence application or an application for renewal refused may not submit the same application again unless it is supported by at least one new element.
A person who has had a licence revoked or has had a licence renewal refused may not submit a new licence application unless it is supported by elements other than those that allowed the person to obtain the initial teaching licence.
2019-09-04M.O. 2019-09-04, s. 55; 2020-05-25M.O. 2020-05-25, s. 27.
55. Before refusing a licence application or revoking or refusing to renew a licence, the Minister must notify the applicant or holder in writing as prescribed by section 5 of the Act respecting administrative justice (chapter J-3) and allow the applicant or holder at least 10 days to submit observations.
A person who has had a licence application or renewal refused or has had a licence revoked may not make a new application unless the application is supported by at least one new element.
2019-09-04M.O. 2019-09-04, s. 55.
In force: 2019-10-01
55. Before refusing a licence application or revoking or refusing to renew a licence, the Minister must notify the applicant or holder in writing as prescribed by section 5 of the Act respecting administrative justice (chapter J-3) and allow the applicant or holder at least 10 days to submit observations.
A person who has had a licence application or renewal refused or has had a licence revoked may not make a new application unless the application is supported by at least one new element.
2019-09-04M.O. 2019-09-04, s. 55.