113. (1) The Committee on Discipline must impose on the respondent advocate convicted one or more of the following penalties in respect of each count contained in the complaint:
(b) temporary or permanent disbarment, even if he has ceased to be entered on the Roll since the date of the offence;
(c) a fine of at least $500 for every offence;
(d) the obligation to pay any person to whom it is owing the amount of money the respondent advocate owes such person;
(e) revocation of the permit or specialist’s certificate;
(f) restriction or suspension of the right to engage in professional activities.
(2) For the purposes of subparagraph c of subsection 1, when an offence is continuous, such continuity shall constitute a separate offence, day by day.
(3) A decision of the Committee on Discipline condemning the complainant or the respondent to costs or imposing a fine on the respondent may, in default of voluntary payment, be homologated by the Superior Court or the Court of Québec according to their respective jurisdictions, having regard to the amount involved, and such decision shall become executory as a judgment of that Court.
(4) The Committee on Discipline may attach terms and conditions to the penalties it imposes, such as publication of notice of the decision in a newspaper having general circulation in the place where the professional principally practises his profession and, consequently, exemption from publishing the notice provided for in the second paragraph of section 180 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26).