C-26 - Professional Code

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86.0.1. The board of directors may, in particular,
(1)  publish any periodical, leaflet or information concerning the activities of the order or its members;
(2)  form committees, determine their powers and the standards of ethics and professional conduct applicable to their members, and fix the salary, fees or indemnities of those members;
(3)  establish a benevolent fund or a pension plan, in accordance with the Supplemental Pension Plans Act (chapter R-15.1), for the benefit of the members or employees of the order;
(4)  establish and administer a retirement fund for the members of the order and organize group insurance plans on their behalf;
(5)  establish and administer a contingency fund, the assets of which are invested in accordance with articles 1339 to 1344 of the Civil Code, for the benefit of members of the order in need;
(6)  establish and administer a fund to promote training, information, the quality of professional services and research;
(7)  enter into an agreement with any body to facilitate mutual recognition of the qualifications required for the issue of permits, specialist certificates or special authorizations;
(8)  prescribe the formalities and administration costs payable for requests addressed to the order by the members or by applicants for admission to the profession;
(9)  (paragraph replaced);
(10)  require any person applying for a permit or for entry on the roll to take the oath in the form established by the board of directors;
(11)  prescribe that fees in the amount fixed by the Office pursuant to paragraph 2 of section 12.3, shall be charged to a person who requests an opinion from the review committee in accordance with section 123.4;
(12)  suggest a tariff of professional fees that the members of the order may apply in respect of the professional services they render.
1994, c. 40, s. 73; 1999, c. 40, s. 58; 2008, c. 11, s. 1, s. 54; 2017, c. 112017, c. 11, s. 50.
86.0.1. The board of directors may, in particular,
(1)  publish any periodical, leaflet or information concerning the activities of the order or its members;
(2)  form committees, determine their powers and fix the salary, fees or indemnities of their members;
(3)  establish a benevolent fund or a pension plan, in accordance with the Supplemental Pension Plans Act (chapter R-15.1), for the benefit of the members or employees of the order;
(4)  establish and administer a retirement fund for the members of the order and organize group insurance plans on their behalf;
(5)  establish and administer a contingency fund, the assets of which are invested in accordance with articles 1339 to 1344 of the Civil Code, for the benefit of members of the order in need;
(6)  establish and administer a fund to promote training, information, the quality of professional services and research;
(7)  enter into an agreement with any body to facilitate mutual recognition of the qualifications required for the issue of permits, specialist certificates or special authorizations;
(8)  prescribe the formalities and administration costs payable for requests addressed to the order by the members or by applicants for admission to the profession;
(9)  (paragraph replaced);
(10)  require any person applying for a permit or for entry on the roll to take the oath in the form established by the board of directors;
(11)  prescribe that fees in the amount fixed by the Office pursuant to paragraph 2 of section 12.3, shall be charged to a person who requests an opinion from the review committee in accordance with section 123.4;
(12)  suggest a tariff of professional fees that the members of the order may apply in respect of the professional services they render.
1994, c. 40, s. 73; 1999, c. 40, s. 58; 2008, c. 11, s. 1, s. 54.
86.0.1. The Bureau may, in particular, by resolution,
(1)  publish any periodical, leaflet or information concerning the activities of the order or its members;
(2)  form committees, determine their powers and fix the salary, fees or indemnities of their members;
(3)  establish a benevolent fund or a pension plan, in accordance with the Supplemental Pension Plans Act (chapter R‐15.1), for the benefit of the members or employees of the order;
(4)  establish and administer a retirement fund for the members of the order and organize group insurance plans on their behalf;
(5)  establish and administer a contingency fund, the assets of which are invested in accordance with articles 1339 to 1344 of the Civil Code, for the benefit of members of the order in need;
(6)  establish and administer a fund to promote training, information, the quality of professional services and research;
(7)  enter, with any body, into an agreement that complies with the standards established by regulation under paragraph c of section 93 and concerning the equivalence of diplomas, or the standards established by regulation under paragraph i of section 94 and concerning the equivalence of the terms and conditions determined in the regulation, to facilitate recognition of the equivalence of diplomas issued by educational institutions situated outside Québec for the purpose of issuing a permit or a specialist’s certificate, and recognition of the equivalence of the other terms and conditions of issue of permits, specialist’s certificates or special authorizations;
(8)  prescribe the fees payable by candidates wishing to practise the profession or obtain a specialist’s certificate;
(9)  determine the formalities and fees relating to entry on the roll and to applications for special authorization;
(10)  require any person applying for a permit or for entry on the roll to take the oath in the form established by the Bureau;
(11)  prescribe that fees in the amount fixed by the Office pursuant to paragraph 2 of section 12.3, shall be charged to a person who requests an opinion from the review committee in accordance with section 123.4;
(12)  suggest a tariff of professional fees that the members of the order may apply in respect of the professional services they render.
1994, c. 40, s. 73; 1999, c. 40, s. 58.
86.0.1. The Bureau may, in particular, by resolution,
(1)  publish any periodical, leaflet or information concerning the activities of the order or its members;
(2)  form committees, determine their powers and fix the salary, fees or indemnities of their members;
(3)  establish a benevolent fund or a pension plan, in accordance with the Supplemental Pension Plans Act (chapter R-15.1), for the benefit of the members or employees of the order;
(4)  establish and administer a retirement fund for the members of the order and organize group insurance plans on their behalf;
(5)  establish and administer a contingency fund, the assets of which are invested in accordance with articles 1339 to 1334 of the Civil Code of Québec, for the benefit of members of the order in need;
(6)  establish and administer a fund to promote training, information, the quality of professional services and research;
(7)  enter, with any body, into an agreement that complies with the standards established by regulation under paragraph c of section 93 and concerning the equivalence of diplomas, or the standards established by regulation under paragraph i of section 94 and concerning the equivalence of the terms and conditions determined in the regulation, to facilitate recognition of the equivalence of diplomas issued by educational institutions situated outside Québec for the purpose of issuing a permit or a specialist’s certificate, and recognition of the equivalence of the other terms and conditions of issue of permits, specialist’s certificates or special authorizations;
(8)  prescribe the fees payable by candidates wishing to practise the profession or obtain a specialist’s certificate;
(9)  determine the formalities and fees relating to entry on the roll and to applications for special authorization;
(10)  require any person applying for a permit or for entry on the roll to take the oath or make the solemn affirmation in the form established by the Bureau;
(11)  prescribe that fees in the amount fixed by the Office pursuant to paragraph 2 of section 12.3, shall be charged to a person who requests an opinion from the review committee in accordance with section 123.4;
(12)  suggest a tariff of professional fees that the members of the order may apply in respect of the professional services they render.
1994, c. 40, s. 73.