A-13.1.1 - Individual and Family Assistance Act

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134. For the purposes of Chapter II of Title III, the Government may make regulations
(1)  determining that all or part of a recoverable amount need not be repaid by the debtor;
(2)  determining, for the purposes of section 87, the other cases in which and the conditions under which an amount granted is recoverable;
(3)  determining, for the purposes of section 88, the cases in which the amounts are not repayable;
(4)  determining the conditions under which an amount under section 91 is recoverable and the rules of calculation;
(5)  prescribing the conditions of repayment of an amount owed to the Minister;
(6)  determining the cases in which and the conditions under which the debtor is required to pay interest, and prescribing the rate of interest;
(7)  determining the cases in which and the conditions under which the debtor is required to pay a recovery charge, and prescribing the amount of the charge;
(8)  prescribing the maximum amount the Minister may withhold for application to the repayment of a debt, and determining the cases in which and the conditions under which the withholding is to be suspended;
(9)  setting, for the purposes of section 102, the calculation rules for establishing the amount below which an amount granted may not be reduced when an amount is withheld; and
(10)  determining, for the purposes of section 106.1, the more flexible rules applicable to a voluntary declarant.
2005, c. 15, s. 134; 2016, c. 252016, c. 25, s. 39.
134. For the purposes of Chapter II of Title III, the Government may make regulations
(1)  determining that all or part of a recoverable amount need not be repaid by the debtor;
(2)  determining, for the purposes of section 87, the other cases in which and the conditions under which an amount granted is recoverable;
(3)  determining, for the purposes of section 88, the cases in which the amounts are not repayable;
(4)  determining the conditions under which an amount under section 91 is recoverable and the rules of calculation;
(5)  prescribing the conditions of repayment of an amount owed to the Minister;
(6)  determining the cases in which and the conditions under which the debtor is required to pay interest, and prescribing the rate of interest;
(7)  determining the cases in which and the conditions under which the debtor is required to pay a recovery charge, and prescribing the amount of the charge;
(8)  prescribing the maximum amount the Minister may withhold for application to the repayment of a debt, and determining the cases in which and the conditions under which the withholding is to be suspended; and
(9)  setting, for the purposes of section 102, the calculation rules for establishing the amount below which an amount granted may not be reduced when an amount is withheld.
2005, c. 15, s. 134.