20. A veterinary surgeon shall not provide or offer to provide veterinary services under a capitation plan that provides for set lump sum payments that are not determined on the basis of the quantity and quality of services rendered.
A veterinary surgeon may not propose an insurance plan to his clients that guarantees the performance of veterinary services in exchange for a pre-established lump sum if the plan is not administered independently by a third person and no veterinary surgeon participating in the plan controls or supervises it, whether directly, indirectly or through an intermediary.
O.C. 1149-93, s. 20; O.C. 364-2008, s. 16.