S-4.2 - Act respecting health services and social services

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76.2. Answers given or statements made during the examination of a complaint or during an intervention, including any information or document supplied in good faith by the person in response to a request of a local service quality and complaints commissioner or a regional service quality and complaints commissioner, an assistant local commissioner, a consultant or an outside expert referred to in section 32 or 65, a person acting under the authority of a local or regional service quality and complaints commissioner or an assistant local commissioner, a medical examiner, a consultant or an outside expert referred to in section 47, a review committee established under section 51 or a member of such a committee may not be used or be admitted as evidence against the person in a judicial proceeding or a proceeding before a person or body exercising adjudicative functions.
2001, c. 43, s. 41; 2005, c. 32, s. 34; 2017, c. 212017, c. 21, s. 18.
76.2. Answers given or statements made during the examination of a complaint or during an intervention, including any information or document supplied in good faith by the person in response to a request of a local service quality and complaints commissioner or a regional service quality and complaints commissioner, an assistant local commissioner, a consultant or an outside expert referred to in section 32 or 65, a person acting under the authority of a regional service quality and complaints commissioner, a medical examiner, a consultant or an outside expert referred to in section 47, a review committee established under section 51 or a member of such a committee may not be used or be admitted as evidence against the person in a judicial proceeding or a proceeding before a person or body exercising adjudicative functions.
2001, c. 43, s. 41; 2005, c. 32, s. 34.
76.2. The answers given or statements made by a person for the purposes of the examination of a complaint, including any information or document supplied in good faith by the person in response to a request of a local service quality commissioner or a regional service quality commissioner, an assistant local commissioner, a consultant or an outside expert referred to in section 32 or 65, a person acting under the authority of a regional service quality commissioner, a medical examiner, a consultant or an outside expert referred to in section 47, a review committee established under section 51 or a member of such a committee may not be used or be admitted as evidence against the person in a judicial proceeding or a proceeding before a person or body exercising adjudicative functions.
2001, c. 43, s. 41.