S-32.1 - Act respecting the professional status and conditions of engagement of performing, recording and film artists

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24. Recognition confers, in the sector defined therein, the following rights and powers on an artists’ association:
(1)  to defend and promote the economic, social, moral and professional interests of the artists;
(2)  to represent the artists in every instance where it is in the general interest that it should do so, and to cooperate for that purpose with any organization pursuing similar ends;
(3)  to conduct research and surveys on the development of new markets and on any matter which may affect the economic and social situation of the artists;
(4)  to fix the amount that a member or non-member of the association may be required to pay;
(5)  to collect any amounts due to the artists whom it represents, and remit the amounts to them;
(6)  where there is no group agreement, to establish model contracts for the performance of services and make agreements with the producers as to the use of such contracts;
(7)  to negotiate a group agreement, which must include a model contract for the performance of services by the artists.
1987, c. 72, s. 24; 1997, c. 26, s. 10.
24. Recognition confers, in the sector defined therein, the following rights and powers on an artists’ association:
(1)  to defend and promote the economic, social, moral and professional interests of the artists;
(2)  to represent the artists in every instance where it is in the general interest that it should do so, and to cooperate for that purpose with any organization pursuing similar ends;
(3)  to conduct research and surveys on the development of new markets and on any matter which may affect the economic and social situation of the artists;
(4)  to fix the dues for the artists;
(5)  to collect any amounts due to the artists whom it represents, and remit the amounts to them;
(6)  to establish model contracts for the performance of services and make agreements with the producers as to the use of such contracts;
(7)  to negotiate a group agreement, which may include a model contract for the performance of services by the artists.
1987, c. 72, s. 24.