R-9 - Act respecting the Québec Pension Plan

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219. Retraite Québec may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V;
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  determining the conditions that persons to whom section 86, 133.1 or 175 applies must satisfy and the information they must furnish to be considered to maintain another person;
(c.1)  fixing, for the purposes of section 102.4.1, the time within which an application for the annulment of partition may be presented;
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(f.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits, applications for the partition of a retirement pension and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications;
(g.1)  for the partition of unadjusted pensionable earnings between former de facto spouses, under sections 102.10.3 to 102.10.9:
(1)  defining the periods in which former de facto spouses are deemed not to have lived in a de facto union;
(2)  determining the content of an agreement relating to such a partition;
(g.2)  defining, for the partition of a retirement pension under sections 158.3 to 158.8, the periods in which de facto spouses are deemed not to have lived in a de facto union and adapting those provisions to the situation of married or civil union spouses who lived in a de facto union before their marriage or civil union;
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits, an application for the partition of a retirement pension or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be;
(h.1)  determining, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 95 and the third paragraph of section 96, the method of calculating the annual income required to qualify an occupation as being substantially gainful;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(i.1)  determining, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 95, the circumstances and conditions under which a person may be considered to have ceased working by reason of his disability, and the circumstances and conditions under which the gainful occupation of a person constitutes his usual occupation;
(j)  determining the information and documents to be produced to prove a disability;
(j.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(j.2)  establishing the criteria which, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 139, enable groups of contributors to be identified, and establishing the manner of fixing the date on which a contributor is presumed to have made an application for a retirement pension;
(j.3)  prescribing ways other than in writing to apply for the benefits it determines;
(k)  determining the cases which may give rise to the payment referred to in section 142.1 and the terms and conditions of such a payment, prescribing the method to be used to calculate the amount of the single payment or to establish the interval between payments;
(k.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(k.2)  establishing, for the purposes of section 143.0.1, the method of computing interest;
(k.3)  prescribing, for the purposes of section 150, the times and the terms and conditions of repayment of sums that may be recovered and the percentage and monthly amount up to which Retraite Québec may make deductions from benefits to compensate a debt;
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary;
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177;
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers;
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced;
(p)  (paragraph repealed);
(q)  (paragraph repealed);
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V;
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118, 124 and 133 must be made;
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  (paragraph repealed);
(v)  prescribing the costs exigible for the carrying out of a seizure of property in the hands of a third person;
(w)  determining the terms and conditions of the agreements referred to in section 195.1 and the circumstances in which the agreements cease to have effect;
(x)  fixing, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 145, the conditions, manner and form of an application for the transfer of retroactive disability pension and of an application relating to the deduction and remittance of the amounts thus transferred to the administrator of a disability insurance plan;
(y)  determine the difference, referred to in section 218.2, between the most recent reference contribution rate and the first additional contribution rate that causes the contribution and benefit adjustment mechanisms respectively provided for in that section and section 218.3 to apply;
(z)  determine, for the purposes of section 218.2, the rules applicable to the change in the first additional contribution rate and the second additional contribution rate; and
(z.1)  determine, for the purposes of section 218.3, the rules applicable to the change in the portions of the basic monthly amount of a benefit that are related to the contributor’s first additional unadjusted pensionable earnings and to his second additional unadjusted pensionable earnings.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14; 1983, c. 12, s. 27; 1985, c. 4, s. 25; 1989, c. 42, s. 11; 1989, c. 55, s. 41; 1993, c. 15, s. 82; 1993, c. 72, s. 19; 1996, c. 15, s. 5; 1997, c. 19, s. 4; 1997, c. 73, s. 84; 2002, c. 6, s. 173; 2002, c. 52, s. 5; 2008, c. 21, s. 59; 2011, c. 36, s. 24; 2015, c. 20, s. 61; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP); 2018, c. 22018, c. 2, s. 93.
219. Retraite Québec may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V;
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  determining the conditions that persons to whom section 86, 133.1 or 175 applies must satisfy and the information they must furnish to be considered to maintain another person;
(c.1)  fixing, for the purposes of section 102.4.1, the time within which an application for the annulment of partition may be presented;
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(f.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits, applications for the partition of a retirement pension and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications;
(g.1)  for the partition of unadjusted pensionable earnings between former de facto spouses, under sections 102.10.3 to 102.10.9:
(1)  defining the periods in which former de facto spouses are deemed not to have lived in a de facto union;
(2)  determining the content of an agreement relating to such a partition;
(g.2)  defining, for the partition of a retirement pension under sections 158.3 to 158.8, the periods in which de facto spouses are deemed not to have lived in a de facto union and adapting those provisions to the situation of married or civil union spouses who lived in a de facto union before their marriage or civil union;
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits, an application for the partition of a retirement pension or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be;
(h.1)  determining, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 95 and the third paragraph of section 96, the method of calculating the annual income required to qualify an occupation as being substantially gainful;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(i.1)  determining, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 95, the circumstances and conditions under which a person may be considered to have ceased working by reason of his disability, and the circumstances and conditions under which the gainful occupation of a person constitutes his usual occupation;
(j)  determining the information and documents to be produced to prove a disability;
(j.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(j.2)  establishing the criteria which, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 139, enable groups of contributors to be identified, and establishing the manner of fixing the date on which a contributor is presumed to have made an application for a retirement pension;
(j.3)  prescribing ways other than in writing to apply for the benefits it determines;
(k)  determining the cases which may give rise to the payment referred to in section 142.1 and the terms and conditions of such a payment, prescribing the method to be used to calculate the amount of the single payment or to establish the interval between payments;
(k.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(k.2)  establishing, for the purposes of section 143.0.1, the method of computing interest;
(k.3)  prescribing, for the purposes of section 150, the times and the terms and conditions of repayment of sums that may be recovered and the percentage and monthly amount up to which Retraite Québec may make deductions from benefits to compensate a debt;
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary;
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177;
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers;
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced;
(p)  (paragraph repealed);
(q)  (paragraph repealed);
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V;
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118, 124 and 133 must be made;
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  (paragraph repealed);
(v)  prescribing the costs exigible for the carrying out of a seizure of property in the hands of a third person;
(w)  determining the terms and conditions of the agreements referred to in section 195.1 and the circumstances in which the agreements cease to have effect;
(x)  fixing, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 145, the conditions, manner and form of an application for the transfer of retroactive disability pension and of an application relating to the deduction and remittance of the amounts thus transferred to the administrator of a disability insurance plan.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14; 1983, c. 12, s. 27; 1985, c. 4, s. 25; 1989, c. 42, s. 11; 1989, c. 55, s. 41; 1993, c. 15, s. 82; 1993, c. 72, s. 19; 1996, c. 15, s. 5; 1997, c. 19, s. 4; 1997, c. 73, s. 84; 2002, c. 6, s. 173; 2002, c. 52, s. 5; 2008, c. 21, s. 59; 2011, c. 36, s. 24; 2015, c. 20, s. 61; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
219. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V;
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  determining the conditions that persons to whom section 86, 133.1 or 175 applies must satisfy and the information they must furnish to be considered to maintain another person;
(c.1)  fixing, for the purposes of section 102.4.1, the time within which an application for the annulment of partition may be presented;
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(f.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits, applications for the partition of a retirement pension and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications;
(g.1)  for the partition of unadjusted pensionable earnings between former de facto spouses, under sections 102.10.3 to 102.10.9:
(1)  defining the periods in which former de facto spouses are deemed not to have lived in a de facto union;
(2)  determining the content of an agreement relating to such a partition;
(g.2)  defining, for the partition of a retirement pension under sections 158.3 to 158.8, the periods in which de facto spouses are deemed not to have lived in a de facto union and adapting those provisions to the situation of married or civil union spouses who lived in a de facto union before their marriage or civil union;
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits, an application for the partition of a retirement pension or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be;
(h.1)  determining, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 95 and the third paragraph of section 96, the method of calculating the annual income required to qualify an occupation as being substantially gainful;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(i.1)  determining, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 95, the circumstances and conditions under which a person may be considered to have ceased working by reason of his disability, and the circumstances and conditions under which the gainful occupation of a person constitutes his usual occupation;
(j)  determining the information and documents to be produced to prove a disability;
(j.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(j.2)  establishing the criteria which, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 139, enable groups of contributors to be identified, and establishing the manner of fixing the date on which a contributor is presumed to have made an application for a retirement pension;
(j.3)  prescribing ways other than in writing to apply for the benefits it determines;
(k)  determining the cases which may give rise to the payment referred to in section 142.1 and the terms and conditions of such a payment, prescribing the method to be used to calculate the amount of the single payment or to establish the interval between payments;
(k.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(k.2)  establishing, for the purposes of section 143.0.1, the method of computing interest;
(k.3)  prescribing, for the purposes of section 150, the times and the terms and conditions of repayment of sums that may be recovered and the percentage and monthly amount up to which the Board may make deductions from benefits to compensate a debt;
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary;
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177;
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers;
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced;
(p)  (paragraph repealed);
(q)  (paragraph repealed);
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V;
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118, 124 and 133 must be made;
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  (paragraph repealed);
(v)  prescribing the costs exigible for the carrying out of a seizure by garnishment;
(w)  determining the terms and conditions of the agreements referred to in section 195.1 and the circumstances in which the agreements cease to have effect;
(x)  fixing, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 145, the conditions, manner and form of an application for the transfer of retroactive disability pension and of an application relating to the deduction and remittance of the amounts thus transferred to the administrator of a disability insurance plan.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14; 1983, c. 12, s. 27; 1985, c. 4, s. 25; 1989, c. 42, s. 11; 1989, c. 55, s. 41; 1993, c. 15, s. 82; 1993, c. 72, s. 19; 1996, c. 15, s. 5; 1997, c. 19, s. 4; 1997, c. 73, s. 84; 2002, c. 6, s. 173; 2002, c. 52, s. 5; 2008, c. 21, s. 59; 2011, c. 36, s. 24.
219. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V;
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  determining the conditions that persons to whom section 86, 133.1 or 175 applies must satisfy and the information they must furnish to be considered to maintain another person;
(c.1)  fixing, for the purposes of section 102.4.1, the time within which an application for the annulment of partition may be presented;
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(f.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits, applications for the partition of a retirement pension and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications;
(g.1)  for the partition of unadjusted pensionable earnings between former de facto spouses, under sections 102.10.3 to 102.10.9:
(1)  defining the periods in which former de facto spouses are deemed not to have lived in a de facto union;
(2)  determining the content of an agreement relating to such a partition;
(g.2)  defining, for the partition of a retirement pension under sections 158.3 to 158.8, the periods in which de facto spouses are deemed not to have lived in a de facto union and adapting those provisions to the situation of married or civil union spouses who lived in a de facto union before their marriage or civil union;
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits, an application for the partition of a retirement pension or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be;
(h.1)  determining, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 95 and the third paragraph of section 96, the method of calculating the annual income required to qualify an occupation as being substantially gainful;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(i.1)  determining, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 95, the circumstances and conditions under which a person may be considered to have ceased working by reason of his disability, and the circumstances and conditions under which the gainful occupation of a person constitutes his usual occupation;
(j)  determining the information and documents to be produced to prove a disability;
(j.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(j.2)  establishing the criteria which, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 139, enable groups of contributors to be identified, and establishing the manner of fixing the date on which a contributor is presumed to have made an application for a retirement pension;
(j.3)  prescribing ways other than in writing to apply for the benefits it determines;
(k)  determining the cases which may give rise to the payment referred to in section 142.1 and the terms and conditions of such a payment, prescribing the method to be used to calculate the amount of the single payment or to establish the interval between payments;
(k.1)  determining, for the purposes of section 120.1, the manner of adjustment of a retirement pension and the standards, factors and methods of calculation to be applied in making the adjustment;
(k.2)  establishing, for the purposes of section 143.0.1, the method of computing interest;
(k.3)  prescribing, for the purposes of section 150, the times and the terms and conditions of repayment of sums that may be recovered and the percentage and monthly amount up to which the Board may make deductions from benefits to compensate a debt;
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary;
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177;
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers;
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced;
(p)  (paragraph repealed);
(q)  (paragraph repealed);
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V;
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118, 124 and 133 must be made;
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  (paragraph repealed);
(v)  prescribing the costs exigible for the carrying out of a seizure by garnishment;
(w)  determining the terms and conditions of the agreements referred to in section 195.1 and the circumstances in which the agreements cease to have effect;
(x)  fixing, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 145, the conditions, manner and form of an application for the transfer of retroactive disability pension and of an application relating to the deduction and remittance of the amounts thus transferred to the administrator of a disability insurance plan.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14; 1983, c. 12, s. 27; 1985, c. 4, s. 25; 1989, c. 42, s. 11; 1989, c. 55, s. 41; 1993, c. 15, s. 82; 1993, c. 72, s. 19; 1996, c. 15, s. 5; 1997, c. 19, s. 4; 1997, c. 73, s. 84; 2002, c. 6, s. 173; 2002, c. 52, s. 5; 2008, c. 21, s. 59.
219. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V;
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  determining the conditions that persons to whom section 86, 133.1 or 175 applies must satisfy and the information they must furnish to be considered to maintain another person;
(c.1)  fixing, for the purposes of section 102.4.1, the time within which an application for the annulment of partition may be presented;
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(f.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits, applications for the partition of a retirement pension and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications;
(g.1)  for the partition of unadjusted pensionable earnings between former de facto spouses, under sections 102.10.3 to 102.10.9:
(1)  defining the periods in which former de facto spouses are deemed not to have lived in a de facto union;
(2)  determining the content of an agreement relating to such a partition;
(g.2)  defining, for the partition of a retirement pension under sections 158.3 to 158.8, the periods in which de facto spouses are deemed not to have lived in a de facto union and adapting those provisions to the situation of married or civil union spouses who lived in a de facto union before their marriage or civil union;
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits, an application for the partition of a retirement pension or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be;
(h.1)  determining, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 95 and the third paragraph of section 96, the method of calculating the annual income required to qualify an occupation as being substantially gainful;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(i.1)  determining, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 95, the circumstances and conditions under which a person may be considered to have ceased working by reason of his disability, and the circumstances and conditions under which the gainful occupation of a person constitutes his usual occupation;
(j)  determining the information and documents to be produced to prove a disability;
(j.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(j.2)  establishing the criteria which, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 139, enable groups of contributors to be identified, and establishing the manner of fixing the date on which a contributor is presumed to have made an application for a retirement pension;
(k)  determining the cases which may give rise to the payment referred to in section 142.1 and the terms and conditions of such a payment, prescribing the method to be used to calculate the amount of the single payment or to establish the interval between payments;
(k.1)  determining, for the purposes of section 120.1, the manner of adjustment of a retirement pension and the standards, factors and methods of calculation to be applied in making the adjustment;
(k.2)  establishing, for the purposes of section 143.0.1, the method of computing interest;
(k.3)  prescribing, for the purposes of section 150, the times and the terms and conditions of repayment of sums that may be recovered and the percentage and monthly amount up to which the Board may make deductions from benefits to compensate a debt;
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary;
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177;
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers;
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced;
(p)  (paragraph repealed);
(q)  (paragraph repealed);
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V;
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118, 124 and 133 must be made;
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  (paragraph repealed);
(v)  prescribing the costs exigible for the carrying out of a seizure by garnishment;
(w)  determining the terms and conditions of the agreements referred to in section 195.1 and the circumstances in which the agreements cease to have effect;
(x)  fixing, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 145, the conditions, manner and form of an application for the transfer of retroactive disability pension and of an application relating to the deduction and remittance of the amounts thus transferred to the administrator of a disability insurance plan.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14; 1983, c. 12, s. 27; 1985, c. 4, s. 25; 1989, c. 42, s. 11; 1989, c. 55, s. 41; 1993, c. 15, s. 82; 1993, c. 72, s. 19; 1996, c. 15, s. 5; 1997, c. 19, s. 4; 1997, c. 73, s. 84; 2002, c. 6, s. 173; 2002, c. 52, s. 5.
219. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V;
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  determining the conditions that persons to whom section 86, 133.1 or 175 applies must satisfy and the information they must furnish to be considered to maintain another person;
(c.1)  fixing, for the purposes of section 102.4.1, the time within which an application for the annulment of partition may be presented;
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(f.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits, applications for the partition of a retirement pension and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications;
(g.1)  for the partition of unadjusted pensionable earnings between former de facto spouses, under sections 102.10.3 to 102.10.9:
(1)  defining the periods in which former de facto spouses are deemed not to have lived in a de facto union;
(2)  determining the content of an agreement relating to such a partition;
(g.2)  defining, for the partition of a retirement pension under sections 158.3 to 158.8, the periods in which de facto spouses are deemed not to have lived in a de facto union and adapting those provisions to the situation of married or civil union spouses who lived in a de facto union before their marriage or civil union;
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits, an application for the partition of a retirement pension or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be;
(h.1)  determining, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 95 and the third paragraph of section 96, the method of calculating the annual income required to qualify an occupation as being substantially gainful;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(i.1)  determining, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 95, the circumstances and conditions under which a person may be considered to have ceased working by reason of his disability, and the circumstances and conditions under which the gainful occupation of a person constitutes his usual occupation;
(j)  determining the information and documents to be produced to prove a disability;
(j.1)  establishing the conditions and circumstances in which a person may be considered to be disabled for the purposes of sections 95 and 96;
(j.2)  establishing the criteria which, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 139, enable groups of contributors to be identified, and establishing the manner of fixing the date on which a contributor is presumed to have made an application for a retirement pension;
(k)  determining the cases which may give rise to the payment referred to in section 142.1 and the terms and conditions of such a payment, prescribing the method to be used to calculate the amount of the single payment or to establish the interval between payments;
(k.1)  determining, for the purposes of section 120.1, the manner of adjustment of a retirement pension and the standards, factors and methods of calculation to be applied in making the adjustment;
(k.2)  establishing, for the purposes of section 143.0.1, the method of computing interest;
(k.3)  prescribing, for the purposes of section 150, the times and the terms and conditions of repayment of sums that may be recovered and the percentage and monthly amount up to which the Board may make deductions from benefits to compensate a debt;
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary;
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177;
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers;
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced;
(p)  (paragraph repealed);
(q)  (paragraph repealed);
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V;
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118, 124 and 133 must be made;
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  (paragraph repealed);
(v)  prescribing the costs exigible for the carrying out of a seizure by garnishment;
(w)  determining the terms and conditions of the agreements referred to in section 195.1 and the circumstances in which the agreements cease to have effect;
(x)  fixing, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 145, the conditions, manner and form of an application for the transfer of retroactive disability pension and of an application relating to the deduction and remittance of the amounts thus transferred to the administrator of a disability insurance plan.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14; 1983, c. 12, s. 27; 1985, c. 4, s. 25; 1989, c. 42, s. 11; 1989, c. 55, s. 41; 1993, c. 15, s. 82; 1993, c. 72, s. 19; 1996, c. 15, s. 5; 1997, c. 19, s. 4; 1997, c. 73, s. 84; 2002, c. 6, s. 173.
219. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V;
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  determining the conditions that persons to whom section 86, 133.1 or 175 applies must satisfy and the information they must furnish to be considered to maintain another person;
(c.1)  fixing, for the purposes of section 102.4.1, the time within which an application for the annulment of partition may be presented;
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(f.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits, applications for the partition of a retirement pension and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications;
(g.1)  for the partition of unadjusted pensionable earnings between former de facto spouses, under sections 102.10.3 to 102.10.9:
(1)  defining the periods in which former de facto spouses are deemed not to have lived in a de facto union;
(2)  determining the content of an agreement relating to such a partition;
(g.2)  defining, for the partition of a retirement pension under sections 158.3 to 158.8, the periods in which de facto spouses are deemed not to have lived in a de facto union and adapting those provisions to the situation of married spouses who lived in a de facto union before their marriage;
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits, an application for the partition of a retirement pension or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be;
(h.1)  determining, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 95 and the third paragraph of section 96, the method of calculating the annual income required to qualify an occupation as being substantially gainful;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(i.1)  determining, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 95, the circumstances and conditions under which a person may be considered to have ceased working by reason of his disability, and the circumstances and conditions under which the gainful occupation of a person constitutes his usual occupation;
(j)  determining the information and documents to be produced to prove a disability;
(j.1)  establishing the conditions and circumstances in which a person may be considered to be disabled for the purposes of sections 95 and 96;
(j.2)  establishing the criteria which, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 139, enable groups of contributors to be identified, and establishing the manner of fixing the date on which a contributor is presumed to have made an application for a retirement pension;
(k)  determining the cases which may give rise to the payment referred to in section 142.1 and the terms and conditions of such a payment, prescribing the method to be used to calculate the amount of the single payment or to establish the interval between payments;
(k.1)  determining, for the purposes of section 120.1, the manner of adjustment of a retirement pension and the standards, factors and methods of calculation to be applied in making the adjustment;
(k.2)  establishing, for the purposes of section 143.0.1, the method of computing interest;
(k.3)  prescribing, for the purposes of section 150, the times and the terms and conditions of repayment of sums that may be recovered and the percentage and monthly amount up to which the Board may make deductions from benefits to compensate a debt;
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary;
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177;
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers;
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced;
(p)  (paragraph repealed);
(q)  (paragraph repealed);
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V;
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118, 124 and 133 must be made;
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  (paragraph repealed);
(v)  prescribing the costs exigible for the carrying out of a seizure by garnishment;
(w)  determining the terms and conditions of the agreements referred to in section 195.1 and the circumstances in which the agreements cease to have effect;
(x)  fixing, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 145, the conditions, manner and form of an application for the transfer of retroactive disability pension and of an application relating to the deduction and remittance of the amounts thus transferred to the administrator of a disability insurance plan.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14; 1983, c. 12, s. 27; 1985, c. 4, s. 25; 1989, c. 42, s. 11; 1989, c. 55, s. 41; 1993, c. 15, s. 82; 1993, c. 72, s. 19; 1996, c. 15, s. 5; 1997, c. 19, s. 4; 1997, c. 73, s. 84.
219. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V;
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  determining the conditions that persons to whom section 86, 133.1 or 175 applies must satisfy and the information they must furnish to be considered to maintain another person;
(c.1)  fixing, for the purposes of section 102.4.1, the time within which an application for the annulment of partition may be presented;
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(f.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits, applications for the partition of a retirement pension and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications;
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits, an application for the partition of a retirement pension or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be;
(h.1)  determining, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 95, the method of calculating the annual income required to qualify an occupation as being substantially gainful;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(i.1)  determining, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 95, the circumstances and conditions under which a person may be considered to have ceased working by reason of his disability, and the circumstances and conditions under which the gainful occupation of a person constitutes his usual occupation;
(j)  determining the information and documents to be produced to prove a disability;
(j.1)  establishing the conditions and circumstances in which a person may be considered to be disabled for the purposes of sections 95 and 96;
(j.2)  establishing the criteria which, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 139, enable groups of contributors to be identified, and establishing the manner of fixing the date on which a contributor is presumed to have made an application for a retirement pension;
(k)  determining the cases which may give rise to the payment referred to in section 142.1 and the terms and conditions of such a payment, prescribing the method to be used to calculate the amount of the single payment or to establish the interval between payments;
(k.1)  determining, for the purposes of section 120.1, the manner of adjustment of a retirement pension and the standards, factors and methods of calculation to be applied in making the adjustment;
(k.2)  establishing, for the purposes of section 143.0.1, the method of computing interest;
(k.3)  prescribing, for the purposes of section 150, the times and the terms and conditions of repayment of sums that may be recovered and the percentage and monthly amount up to which the Board may make deductions from benefits to compensate a debt;
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary;
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177;
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers;
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced;
(p)  (paragraph repealed);
(q)  (paragraph repealed);
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V;
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118, 124 and 133 must be made;
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  (paragraph repealed);
(v)  prescribing the costs exigible for the carrying out of a seizure by garnishment;
(w)  determining the terms and conditions of the agreements referred to in section 195.1 and the circumstances in which the agreements cease to have effect.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14; 1983, c. 12, s. 27; 1985, c. 4, s. 25; 1989, c. 42, s. 11; 1989, c. 55, s. 41; 1993, c. 15, s. 82; 1993, c. 72, s. 19; 1996, c. 15, s. 5; 1997, c. 19, s. 4.
219. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V;
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  determining the conditions that persons to whom section 86, 133.1 or 175 applies must satisfy and the information they must furnish to be considered to maintain another person;
(c.1)  fixing, for the purposes of section 102.4.1, the time within which an application for the annulment of partition may be presented;
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(f.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits, applications for the partition of a retirement pension and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications;
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits, an application for the partition of a retirement pension or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be;
(h.1)  determining, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 95, the method of calculating the annual income required to qualify an occupation as being substantially gainful;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(i.1)  determining, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 95, the circumstances and conditions under which a person may be considered to have ceased working by reason of his disability, and the circumstances and conditions under which the gainful occupation of a person constitutes his usual occupation;
(j)  determining the information and documents to be produced to prove a disability;
(j.1)  establishing the conditions and circumstances in which a person may be considered to be disabled for the purposes of sections 95 and 96;
(j.2)  establishing the criteria which, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 139, enable groups of contributors to be identified, and establishing the manner of fixing the date on which a contributor is presumed to have made an application for a retirement pension;
(k)  determining the cases which may give rise to the payment referred to in section 142.1 and the terms and conditions of such a payment, prescribing the method to be used to calculate the amount of the single payment or to establish the interval between payments;
(k.1)  determining, for the purposes of section 120.1, the manner of adjustment of a retirement pension and the standards, factors and methods of calculation to be applied in making the adjustment;
(k.2)  establishing, for the purposes of section 143.0.1, the method of computing interest;
(k.3)  prescribing, for the purposes of section 150, the times and the terms and conditions of repayment of sums that may be recovered and the percentage and monthly amount up to which the Board may make deductions from benefits to compensate a debt;
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary;
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177;
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers;
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced;
(p)  (paragraph repealed);
(q)  (paragraph repealed);
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V;
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118, 124 and 133 must be made;
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  (paragraph repealed);
(v)  prescribing the costs exigible for the carrying out of a seizure by garnishment.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14; 1983, c. 12, s. 27; 1985, c. 4, s. 25; 1989, c. 42, s. 11; 1989, c. 55, s. 41; 1993, c. 15, s. 82; 1993, c. 72, s. 19; 1996, c. 15, s. 5.
219. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V;
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  determining the conditions that persons to whom section 86, 133.1 or 175 applies must satisfy and the information they must furnish to be considered to maintain another person;
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(f.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits, applications for the partition of a retirement pension and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications;
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits, an application for the partition of a retirement pension or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be;
(h.1)  determining, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 95, the method of calculating the annual income required to qualify an occupation as being substantially gainful;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(i.1)  determining, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 95, the circumstances and conditions under which a person may be considered to have ceased working by reason of his disability, and the circumstances and conditions under which the gainful occupation of a person constitutes his usual occupation;
(j)  determining the information and documents to be produced to prove a disability;
(j.1)  establishing the conditions and circumstances in which a person may be considered to be disabled for the purposes of sections 95 and 96;
(j.2)  establishing the criteria which, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 139, enable groups of contributors to be identified, and establishing the manner of fixing the date on which a contributor is presumed to have made an application for a retirement pension;
(k)  determining the cases which may give rise to the payment referred to in section 142.1 and the terms and conditions of such a payment, prescribing the method to be used to calculate the amount of the single payment or to establish the interval between payments;
(k.1)  determining, for the purposes of section 120.1, the manner of adjustment of a retirement pension and the standards, factors and methods of calculation to be applied in making the adjustment;
(k.2)  establishing, for the purposes of section 143.0.1, the method of computing interest;
(k.3)  prescribing, for the purposes of section 150, the times and the terms and conditions of repayment of sums that may be recovered and the percentage and monthly amount up to which the Board may make deductions from benefits to compensate a debt;
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary;
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177;
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers;
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced;
(p)  (paragraph repealed);
(q)  (paragraph repealed);
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V;
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118, 124 and 133 must be made;
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  (paragraph repealed);
(v)  prescribing the costs exigible for the carrying out of a seizure by garnishment.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14; 1983, c. 12, s. 27; 1985, c. 4, s. 25; 1989, c. 42, s. 11; 1989, c. 55, s. 41; 1993, c. 15, s. 82; 1993, c. 72, s. 19.
219. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V;
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  determining the conditions that persons to whom section 86, 133.1 or 175 applies must satisfy and the information they must furnish to be considered to maintain another person;
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(f.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits, applications for the partition of a retirement pension and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications;
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits, an application for the partition of a retirement pension or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be;
(h.1)  determining, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 95, the method of calculating the annual income required to qualify an occupation as being substantially gainful;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(i.1)  determining, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 95, the circumstances and conditions under which a person may be considered to have ceased working by reason of his disability, and the circumstances and conditions under which the gainful occupation of a person constitutes his usual occupation;
(j)  determining the information and documents to be produced to prove a disability;
(j.1)  establishing the conditions and circumstances in which a person may be considered to be disabled for the purposes of sections 95 and 96;
(j.2)  establishing the criteria which, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 139, enable groups of contributors to be identified, and establishing the manner of fixing the date on which a contributor is presumed to have made an application for a retirement pension;
(k)  determining the cases which may give rise to the payment referred to in section 142.1 and the terms and conditions of such a payment, prescribing the method to be used to calculate the amount of the single payment or to establish the interval between payments;
(k.1)  determining, for the purposes of section 120.1, the manner of adjustment of a retirement pension and the standards, factors and methods of calculation to be applied in making the adjustment;
(k.2)  establishing, for the purposes of section 143.0.1, the method of computing interest;
(k.3)  prescribing, for the purposes of section 150, the times and the terms and conditions of repayment of sums that may be recovered and the percentage and monthly amount up to which the Board may make deductions from benefits to compensate a debt;
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary;
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177;
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers;
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced;
(p)  (paragraph repealed);
(q)  (paragraph repealed);
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V;
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118, 124 and 133 must be made;
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  (paragraph repealed).
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14; 1983, c. 12, s. 27; 1985, c. 4, s. 25; 1989, c. 42, s. 11; 1989, c. 55, s. 41; 1993, c. 15, s. 82.
219. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V;
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  defining the expressions “substantially”, “to be in full-time attendance”, “substantially without interruption”, “educational institution”, “substantially gainful occupation” and “incapable regularly”;
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(f.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications;
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be;
(h.1)  determining, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 95, the method of calculating the annual income required to qualify an occupation as being substantially gainful;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(i.1)  determining, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 95, the circumstances and conditions under which a person may be considered to have ceased working by reason of his disability, and the circumstances and conditions under which the gainful occupation of a person constitutes his usual occupation;
(j)  determining the information and documents to be produced to prove a disability;
(j.1)  establishing the conditions and circumstances in which a person may be considered to be disabled for the purposes of sections 95 and 96;
(j.2)  establishing the criteria which, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 139, enable groups of contributors to be identified, and establishing the manner of fixing the date on which a contributor is presumed to have made an application for a retirement pension;
(k)  providing for the determination and payment of the commuted value of a benefit the basic monthly amount of which is less than the prescribed amount not exceeding $10 or the payment of any such benefit at intervals less frequent than monthly;
(k.1)  determining, for the purposes of section 120.1, the manner of adjustment of a retirement pension and the standards, factors and methods of calculation to be applied in making the adjustment;
In force: 1994-01-01
(k.2)  establishing, for the purposes of section 143.0.1, the method of computing interest;
In force: 1994-01-01
(k.3)  prescribing, for the purposes of section 150, the times and the terms and conditions of repayment of sums that may be recovered and the percentage and monthly amount up to which the Board may make deductions from benefits to compensate a debt;
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary;
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177;
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers;
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced;
(p)  (paragraph repealed);
(q)  authorizing an officer or class of officers to exercise any power or perform any duty of the Board under this Act;
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V;
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118 and 124 must be made;
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  (paragraph repealed).
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14; 1983, c. 12, s. 27; 1985, c. 4, s. 25; 1989, c. 42, s. 11; 1989, c. 55, s. 41; 1993, c. 15, s. 82.
Paragraph j.2 of section 219 has effect from 1 January 1994. (1993, c. 15, s. 112).
219. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V,
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  defining the expressions “substantially”, “to be in full-time attendance”, “substantially without interruption”, “educational institution”, “substantially gainful occupation” and “incapable regularly”,
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(f.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications,
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be,
(i)  determining the conditions for payment of any pension involving disability, including periodic examinations necessary for ascertaining the disability,
(i.1)  determining, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 95, the circumstances and conditions under which a person may be considered to have ceased working by reason of his disability,
(j)  determining the circumstances under which the failure of such a beneficiary to undergo the prescribed examinations shall be a ground on which he may be determined to have ceased to be disabled,
(k)  providing for the determination and payment of the commuted value of a benefit the basic monthly amount of which is less than the prescribed amount not exceeding $10 or the payment of any such benefit at intervals less frequent than monthly,
(k.1)  determining, for the purposes of section 120.1, the manner of adjustment of a retirement pension and the standards, factors and methods of calculation to be applied in making the adjustment,
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary,
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177,
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers,
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced,
(p)  (paragraph repealed),
(q)  authorizing an officer or class of officers to exercise any power or perform any duty of the Board under this act,
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V,
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118 and 124 must be made,
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  (paragraph repealed).
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14; 1983, c. 12, s. 27; 1985, c. 4, s. 25; 1989, c. 42, s. 11; 1989, c. 55, s. 41.
219. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V,
(b)  specifying the time when and the circumstances in which a person shall be deemed to have become retired from regular employment,
(c)  defining the expressions “substantially”, “to be in full-time attendance”, “substantially without interruption”, “educational institution”, “substantially gainful occupation” and “incapable regularly”,
(d)  defining the expression “employment earnings” and determining the method of computing such earnings for a given period and the information and evidence to be furnished,
(e)  providing for the suspension of payment of any benefit during an investigation as to the eligibility of the beneficiary or pending the determination of his employment earnings for a given period,
(f)  determining the manner in which retirement pensions shall be reduced pursuant to sections 162 and 163,
(f.1)  determining, for the purposes of section 164.1, the circumstances, conditions and manner of adjustment of a retirement pension as well as the standards, factors and methods of calculation to be applied in making the adjustment,
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications,
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be,
(i)  determining the conditions for payment of any pension involving disability, including periodic examinations necessary for ascertaining the disability,
(i.1)  determining, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 95, the circumstances and conditions under which a person may be considered to have ceased working by reason of his disability,
(j)  determining the circumstances under which the failure of such a beneficiary to undergo the prescribed examinations shall be a ground on which he may be determined to have ceased to be disabled,
(k)  providing for the determination and payment of the commuted value of a benefit the basic monthly amount of which is less than the prescribed amount not exceeding $10 or the payment of any such benefit at intervals less frequent than monthly,
(k.1)  determining, for the purposes of section 120.1, the manner of adjustment of a retirement pension and the standards, factors and methods of calculation to be applied in making the adjustment,
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary,
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177,
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers,
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced,
(p)  (paragraph repealed),
(q)  authorizing an officer or class of officers to exercise any power or perform any duty of the Board under this act,
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V,
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118 and 124 must be made,
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  defining what constitutes cohabitation for the purposes of sections 102.2 and 102.3.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14; 1983, c. 12, s. 27; 1985, c. 4, s. 25.
219. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V,
(b)  specifying the time when and the circumstances in which a person shall be deemed to have become retired from regular employment,
(c)  defining the expressions “substantially”, “to be in full-time attendance”, “substantially without interruption” and “educational institution”,
(d)  defining the expression “employment earnings” and determining the method of computing such earnings for a given period and the information and evidence to be furnished,
(e)  providing for the suspension of payment of any benefit during an investigation as to the eligibility of the beneficiary or pending the determination of his employment earnings for a given period,
(f)  determining the manner in which retirement pensions shall be reduced pursuant to sections 162 and 163,
(f.1)  determining, for the purposes of section 164.1, the circumstances, conditions and manner of adjustment of a retirement pension as well as the standards, factors and methods of calculation to be applied in making the adjustment,
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications,
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be,
(i)  determining the conditions for payment of any pension involving disability, including periodic examinations necessary for ascertaining the disability,
(i.1)  determining, for the purposes of the third paragraph of section 95, the circumstances and conditions under which a person may be considered to have ceased working by reason of his disability,
(j)  determining the circumstances under which the failure of such a beneficiary to undergo the prescribed examinations shall be a ground on which he may be determined to have ceased to be disabled,
(k)  providing for the determination and payment of the commuted value of a benefit the basic monthly amount of which is less than the prescribed amount not exceeding $10 or the payment of any such benefit at intervals less frequent than monthly,
(k.1)  determining, for the purposes of section 120.1, the manner of adjustment of a retirement pension and the standards, factors and methods of calculation to be applied in making the adjustment,
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary,
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177,
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers,
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced,
(p)  prescribing the necessary forms,
(q)  authorizing an officer or class of officers to exercise any power or perform any duty of the Board under this act,
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V,
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118 and 124 must be made,
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  defining what constitutes cohabitation for the purposes of sections 102.2 and 102.3.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14; 1983, c. 12, s. 27.
219. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V,
(b)  specifying the time when and the circumstances in which a person shall be deemed to have become retired from regular employment,
(c)  defining the expressions “substantially”, “to be in full-time attendance”, “substantially without interruption” and “educational institution”,
(d)  defining the expression “employment earnings” and determining the method of computing such earnings for a given period and the information and evidence to be furnished,
(e)  providing for the suspension of payment of any benefit during an investigation as to the eligibility of the beneficiary or pending the determination of his employment earnings for a given period,
(f)  determining the manner in which retirement pensions shall be reduced pursuant to sections 162 and 163,
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of applications for benefits and applications for the partition of earnings, the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications,
(h)  regulating the time, manner and form of an application for benefits or an application for the partition of earnings by a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit or partition shall be paid, administered or effected, as the case may be,
(i)  determining the conditions for payment of any pension involving disability, including periodic examinations necessary for ascertaining the disability,
(j)  determining the circumstances under which the failure of such a beneficiary to undergo the prescribed examinations shall be a ground on which he may be determined to have ceased to be disabled,
(k)  providing for the determination and payment of the commuted value of a benefit the basic monthly amount of which is less than the prescribed amount not exceeding $10 or the payment of any such benefit at intervals less frequent than monthly,
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary,
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177,
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers,
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced,
(p)  prescribing the necessary forms,
(q)  authorizing an officer or class of officers to exercise any power or perform any duty of the Board under this act,
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V,
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118 and 124 must be made,
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV;
(u)  defining what constitutes cohabitation for the purposes of sections 102.2 and 102.3.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50; 1977, c. 24, s. 14.
219. The Board may make regulations
(a)  prescribing anything that is to be prescribed otherwise than under Title III and Division I of Title V,
(b)  specifying the time when and the circumstances in which a person shall be deemed to have become retired from regular employment,
(c)  defining the expressions “substantially”, “to be in full-time attendance”, “substantially without interruption” and “educational institution”,
(d)  defining the expression “employment earnings” and determining the method of computing such earnings for a given period and the information and evidence to be furnished,
(e)  providing for the suspension of payment of any benefit during an investigation as to the eligibility of the beneficiary or pending the determination of his employment earnings for a given period,
(f)  determining the manner in which retirement pensions shall be reduced pursuant to sections 162 and 163,
(g)  prescribing the time, manner and form of making applications for benefits, and the information and evidence to be furnished in connection therewith and the procedure to be followed in dealing with and approving applications,
(h)  regulating the making of an application by and the payment of a benefit to a person who is incapable of managing his own affairs, and prescribing the manner in which any benefit shall be paid and administered for the advantage of the beneficiary,
(i)  determining the conditions for payment of any pension involving disability, including periodic examinations necessary for ascertaining the disability,
(j)  determining the circumstances under which the failure of such a beneficiary to undergo the prescribed examinations shall be a ground on which he may be determined to have ceased to be disabled,
(k)  providing for the determination and payment of the commuted value of a benefit the basic monthly amount of which is less than the prescribed amount not exceeding $10 or the payment of any such benefit at intervals less frequent than monthly,
(l)  prescribing the payment of any amount on account of a benefit that remains unpaid at the death of a beneficiary,
(m)  prescribing the terms and conditions governing the payment of benefits under the agreement contemplated in section 177,
(n)  requiring employers to distribute to their employees material relating to the assignment of Social Insurance Numbers,
(o)  prescribing the conditions upon which and the circumstances in which Social Insurance Number Cards that have been lost or destroyed may be replaced,
(p)  prescribing the necessary forms,
(q)  authorizing an officer or class of officers to exercise any power or perform any duty of the Board under this act,
(r)  enacting any measure necessary or useful for the carrying out of any Title other than Title III and Division I of Title V,
(s)  determining in which manner the calculations provided in sections 117, 118 and 124 must be made,
(t)  determining the manner of rounding off a fraction that is less than one resulting from the calculations made in the application of Title IV.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24. s. 226; 1972, c. 53, s. 63; 1973, c. 16, s. 12; 1974, c. 16, s. 44; 1974, c. 39, s. 50.