95. A physician may demand from a patient reasonable fees no greater than the cost of reproducing or transcribing such documents and the cost of transmitting a copy of the latter.
A physician who intends to demand such fees must, before proceeding with any reproduction, transcription or transmission, inform his patient of the approximate amount he will be required to pay.
Despite the foregoing, a physician may not withhold the documents until payment of the fees by the patient.
O.C. 1213-2002, s. 95; O.C. 1113-2014, s. 21.