65. When the employer receives notice from the insurer to the effect that the officer does not satisfy the definition of disability and that payment of the benefits shall be interrupted or refused, the employer may submit to the Tribunal d’arbitrage médical the disagreement that opposes the employer to the insurer in order to establish whether or not the officer satisfies the definition, in accordance with the medical arbitration convention agreed upon with the insurer and provided that the officer accepts that the disagreement be submitted to the arbitration court for final decision.
Where the employer and the officer agree with the decision of the insurer to the effect that the officer does not satisfy the definition of disability, the employer must offer an available position to the officer and the applicable provisions are those prescribed in section 68 in the case of the acceptance of a position or in section 69 during the waiting period for such a position.
The disagreement of the officer with the insurer’s decision to the effect that he does not satisfy the definition of disability may be submitted to the arbitration court by the officer, under the conditions prescribed in the medical arbitration convention. In such a case, the employer shall pay no expenses.