117.3. The code of ethics sets out the rules of conduct of disciplinary council members and their duties towards the public, the parties, the parties’ witnesses and the persons representing the parties. It defines, in particular, conduct that is derogatory to the honour, dignity or integrity of a member of a disciplinary council. In addition, the code of ethics may determine the activities or situations that are incompatible with the office held by the members of a disciplinary council, the obligations of those members concerning the disclosure of interests, and the functions the members may exercise free of charge.
The code of ethics may include special rules governing disciplinary council members other than the chair.