B-1 - Act respecting the Barreau du Québec

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125. (1)  If an advocate carries on his professional activities within a joint-stock company in accordance with the by-law adopted by the board of directors under paragraph p of section 94 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26), the company is entitled, unless otherwise agreed, to the professional fees and costs owing to the advocate.
(2)  (Subsection repealed).
(3)  The cost of a lawyer’s letter or putting in default, whether suit is taken or not, shall be exigible from the debtor, whether in the case of a demand for payment in money or in that of a putting in default to perform or not to perform a service or act.
1966-67, c. 77, s. 125; 1994, c. 40, s. 265; 2001, c. 34, s. 17; 2006, c. 9, s. 1; 2014, c. 13, s. 17; 2014, c. 1, s. 817.
125. (1)  Only advocates are entitled to judicial and extrajudicial costs. However, if an advocate carries on his professional activities within a joint-stock company in accordance with the by-law adopted by the board of directors under paragraph p of section 94 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26), the company is entitled to those costs, and, unless otherwise agreed, to distraction by operation of law in favour of the attorney in the case of condemnation to costs.
(2)  The board of directors, by by-law, may establish, change and replace tariffs of judicial fees for advocates practising before the courts.
(3)  The cost, fixed by the tariff, of a lawyer’s letter or putting in default, whether suit is taken or not, shall be exigible from the debtor, whether in the case of a demand for payment in money or in that of a putting in default to perform or not to perform a service or act.
1966-67, c. 77, s. 125; 1994, c. 40, s. 265; 2001, c. 34, s. 17; 2006, c. 9, s. 1; 2014, c. 13, s. 17.
125. (1)  Only advocates are entitled to judicial and extrajudicial costs. However, if an advocate carries on his professional activities within a joint-stock company in accordance with the by-law adopted by the General Council under paragraph p of section 94 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26), the company is entitled to those costs, and, unless otherwise agreed, to distraction by operation of law in favour of the attorney in the case of condemnation to costs.
(2)  The General Council, by by-law, may establish, change and replace tariffs of judicial fees for advocates practising before the courts.
(3)  The cost, fixed by the tariff, of a lawyer’s letter or putting in default, whether suit is taken or not, shall be exigible from the debtor, whether in the case of a demand for payment in money or in that of a putting in default to perform or not to perform a service or act.
1966-67, c. 77, s. 125; 1994, c. 40, s. 265; 2001, c. 34, s. 17; 2006, c. 9, s. 1.
125. (1)  Only advocates shall be entitled to judicial and extrajudicial costs. However, a joint-stock company within which an advocate is authorized to carry on his or her professional activities may, in accordance with the terms and conditions established by a regulation made under paragraph p of section 94 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26), collect such costs on behalf of the advocate.
(2)  The General Council, by by-law, may establish, change and replace tariffs of judicial fees for advocates practising before the courts.
(3)  The cost, fixed by the tariff, of a lawyer’s letter or putting in default, whether suit is taken or not, shall be exigible from the debtor, whether in the case of a demand for payment in money or in that of a putting in default to perform or not to perform a service or act.
1966-67, c. 77, s. 125; 1994, c. 40, s. 265; 2001, c. 34, s. 17.
125. (1)  Only advocates shall be entitled to judicial and extrajudicial costs.
(2)  The General Council, by by-law, may establish, change and replace tariffs of judicial fees for advocates practising before the courts.
(3)  The cost, fixed by the tariff, of a lawyer’s letter or putting in default, whether suit is taken or not, shall be exigible from the debtor, whether in the case of a demand for payment in money or in that of a putting in default to perform or not to perform a service or act.
1966-67, c. 77, s. 125; 1994, c. 40, s. 265.
125. (1)  Only advocates shall be entitled to judicial and extrajudicial costs.
(2)  The General Council, by by-law subject to the requirements of section 16, may establish, change and replace tariffs of judicial fees for advocates practising before the courts.
(3)  The cost, fixed by the tariff, of a lawyer’s letter or putting in default, whether suit is taken or not, shall be exigible from the debtor, whether in the case of a demand for payment in money or in that of a putting in default to perform or not to perform a service or act.
1966-67, c. 77, s. 125.