B-1 - Act respecting the Barreau du Québec

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134. Any advocate who has become disqualified, or any person other than a member of the Bar, shall be presumed to practise the profession of advocate illegally within the meaning of section 133, who:
(a)  associates himself for the practice of the profession with an advocate or shares with him in any way or by any means the benefit of professional fees or earnings, or
(b)  causes the fees or professional earnings of an advocate to be transferred, in whole or in part, to him or any other person, in consideration of the fact that such other person
(1)  gives or promises cases or business to such advocate, or
(2)  pays him or promises him a salary or any other remuneration.
The fact that a member of a bar established outside Québec associates himself for the practice of the profession with an advocate or shares with him in any way or by any means the benefit of professional fees or earnings does not constitute illegal practice of the profession of advocate within the meaning of section 133.
Nor does the fact that a person other than a member of the Bar associates himself with an advocate for the practice of the profession or shares with that advocate the benefit of professional fees or earnings to which the advocate or the company or partnership within which the advocate practises is entitled constitute illegal practice of the profession of advocate within the meaning of section 133, provided that the association or sharing is consistent with the conditions and restrictions according to which the advocate is authorized by by-law of the board of directors to associate himself for the practice of the profession or share professional fees with such a person.
1966-67, c. 77, s. 134; 1990, c. 54, s. 75; 1999, c. 40, s. 36; 2006, c. 9, s. 2; 2014, c. 13, s. 17.
134. Any advocate who has become disqualified, or any person other than a member of the Bar, shall be presumed to practise the profession of advocate illegally within the meaning of section 133, who:
(a)  associates himself for the practice of the profession with an advocate or shares with him in any way or by any means the benefit of professional fees or earnings, or
(b)  causes the fees or professional earnings of an advocate to be transferred, in whole or in part, to him or any other person, in consideration of the fact that such other person
(1)  gives or promises cases or business to such advocate, or
(2)  pays him or promises him a salary or any other remuneration.
The fact that a member of a bar established outside Québec associates himself for the practice of the profession with an advocate or shares with him in any way or by any means the benefit of professional fees or earnings does not constitute illegal practice of the profession of advocate within the meaning of section 133.
Nor does the fact that a person other than a member of the Bar associates himself with an advocate for the practice of the profession or shares with that advocate the benefit of professional fees or earnings to which the advocate or the company or partnership within which the advocate practises is entitled constitute illegal practice of the profession of advocate within the meaning of section 133, provided that the association or sharing is consistent with the conditions and restrictions according to which the advocate is authorized by by-law of the General Council to associate himself for the practice of the profession or share professional fees with such a person.
1966-67, c. 77, s. 134; 1990, c. 54, s. 75; 1999, c. 40, s. 36; 2006, c. 9, s. 2.
134. Any advocate who has become disqualified, or any person other than a member of the Bar, shall be presumed to practise the profession of advocate illegally within the meaning of section 133, who:
(a)  associates himself for the practice of the profession with an advocate or shares with him in any way or by any means the benefit of professional fees or earnings, or
(b)  causes the fees or professional earnings of an advocate to be transferred, in whole or in part, to him or any other person, in consideration of the fact that such other person
(1)  gives or promises cases or business to such advocate, or
(2)  pays him or promises him a salary or any other remuneration.
The fact that a member of a bar established outside Québec associates himself for the practice of the profession with an advocate or shares with him in any way or by any means the benefit of professional fees or earnings does not constitute illegal practice of the profession of advocate within the meaning of section 133.
1966-67, c. 77, s. 134; 1990, c. 54, s. 75; 1999, c. 40, s. 36.
134. Any advocate who has become disqualified, or any person other than a member of the Bar, shall be deemed to practise the profession of advocate illegally within the meaning of section 133, who:
(a)  associates himself for the practice of the profession with an advocate or shares with him in any way or by any means the benefit of professional fees or earnings, or
(b)  causes the fees or professional earnings of an advocate to be transferred, in whole or in part, to him or any other person, in consideration of the fact that such other person
(1)  gives or promises cases or business to such advocate, or
(2)  pays him or promises him a salary or any other remuneration.
The fact that a member of a bar established outside Québec associates himself for the practice of the profession with an advocate or shares with him in any way or by any means the benefit of professional fees or earnings does not constitute illegal practice of the profession of advocate within the meaning of section 133.
1966-67, c. 77, s. 134; 1990, c. 54, s. 75.
134. Any advocate who has become disqualified, or any person other than a member of the Bar, shall be deemed to practise the profession of advocate illegally within the meaning of section 133, who:
(a)  associates himself for the practice of the profession with an advocate or shares with him in any way or by any means the benefit of professional fees or earnings, or
(b)  causes the fees or professional earnings of an advocate to be transferred, in whole or in part, to him or any other person, in consideration of the fact that such other person
(1)  gives or promises cases or business to such advocate, or
(2)  pays him or promises him a salary or any other remuneration.
1966-67, c. 77, s. 134.