R-0.2 - Act respecting the determination of the causes and circumstances of death

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101. Notwithstanding section 97, the Chief Coroner or a permanent coroner may allow consultation of the unexpurgated report or accompanying documents or, on payment of the charge fixed by regulation, transmit certified copies of them
(1)  to a person, association, department or agency establishing to his satisfaction that they will be used to learn or establish his or its rights;
(2)  to a department or public agency establishing to his satisfaction that it will use them in the pursuit of the public interest.
However, in no case may a peace officer’s report be consulted or transmitted except with the express permission of the Minister of Public Security or a person authorized by him for that purpose.
1983, c. 41, s. 101; 1986, c. 86, s. 41; 1988, c. 46, s. 24.
101. Notwithstanding section 97, the Chief Coroner or a permanent coroner may allow consultation of the unexpurgated report or accompanying documents or, on payment of the charge fixed by regulation, transmit certified copies of them
(1)  to a person, association, department or agency establishing to his satisfaction that they will be used to learn or establish his or its rights;
(2)  to a department or public agency establishing to his satisfaction that it will use them in the pursuit of the public interest.
However, in no case may a peace officer’s report be consulted or transmitted except with the express permission of the Solicitor General or a person authorized by him for that purpose.
1983, c. 41, s. 101; 1986, c. 86, s. 41.
101. Notwithstanding section 97, the Chief Coroner or a permanent coroner may allow consultation of the unexpurgated report or accompanying documents or, on payment of the charge fixed by regulation, transmit certified copies of them
(1)  to a person, association, department or agency establishing to his satisfaction that they will be used to learn or establish his or its rights;
(2)  to a department or public agency establishing to his satisfaction that it will use them in the pursuit of the public interest.
However, in no case may a peace officer’s report be consulted or transmitted except with the express permission of the Attorney General or a person authorized by him for that purpose.
1983, c. 41, s. 101.