98. (1) When the acts charged are of such nature that their continuation or repetition might seriously jeopardize the protection of the public, the complaint may be accompanied by a petition for an order for temporary disbarment against the respondent advocate until a final decision on the complaint.
(2) At least 24 hours before the hearing, the complaint, petition and notice of hearing shall be served upon the respondent advocate in accordance with section 99.
On the date and hour fixed for the hearing, which must be held within ten days of the service of the petition, the Committee on Discipline shall hear the petition and make any order for temporary disbarment that it considers expedient.
(3) An appeal lies to the Professions Tribunal from such an order; the provisions of subdivision 5 of Division VII of Chapter IV of the Professional Code (chapter C-26), adapted as required, apply to an appeal from such an order.
(4) Every order of the Committee on Discipline allowing the petition for temporary disbarment shall be executory from its service in accordance with section 99, notwithstanding the appeal.
(5) Following a motion served upon the parties, a judge of the Professions Tribunal may however suspend the provisional execution on the conditions he determines.
(6) The executive director shall send to every member of the Bar and to every person mentioned in section 64 a notice of the temporary disbarment of a member and, where such is the case, of his re-entry.