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

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31. The Chief Coroner may, on the conditions he determines, authorize a person to examine documents that are not public and are part of the records of the coroners but only for purposes of study, instruction or scientific research. However, in no case may the Chief Coroner allow the report of a peace officer to be examined unless it has been filed as evidence at an inquest or unless the Minister of Public Security or the person he designates for that purpose has granted express authorization.
1983, c. 41, s. 31; 1986, c. 86, s. 41; 1988, c. 46, s. 24.
31. The Chief Coroner may, on the conditions he determines, authorize a person to examine documents that are not public and are part of the records of the coroners but only for purposes of study, instruction or scientific research. However, in no case may the Chief Coroner allow the report of a peace officer to be examined unless it has been filed as evidence at an inquest or unless the Solicitor General or the person he designates for that purpose has granted express authorization.
1983, c. 41, s. 31; 1986, c. 86, s. 41.
31. The Chief Coroner may, on the conditions he determines, authorize a person to examine documents that are not public and are part of the records of the coroners but only for purposes of study, instruction or scientific research. However, in no case may the Chief Coroner allow the report of a peace officer to be examined unless it has been filed as evidence at an inquest or unless the Attorney General or the person he designates for that purpose has granted express authorization.
1983, c. 41, s. 31.