D-9.2, r. 7 - Regulation respecting the issuance and renewal of representatives’ certificates

39. Where the probationary period is interrupted, the trainee must immediately cease to perform the acts referred to in section 32. This interruption may not last more than 4 weeks.
The probationary period may be extended for its remaining duration. The application for extension is submitted to the Authority by the trainee or by the firm, independent representative or independent partnership with which the trainee undertakes this period, and must be submitted along with documentation of the reason for the interruption.
M.O. 2010-04, s. 39; M.O. 2013-02, s. 18; M.O. 2015-14, s. 18.
39. Where the probationary period is interrupted, the trainee must immediately cease to perform the acts referred to in section 32. This interruption may not last more than 4 weeks.
The trainee may apply to the Authority for authorization to extend the probationary period for its remaining duration by submitting an application to that effect, along with documentation of the reason for the interruption.
M.O. 2010-04, s. 39; M.O. 2013-02, s. 18.
39. Where the probationary period is interrupted, the holder of a probationary certificate must immediately cease to perform the acts referred to in section 32. This interruption may not last more than 4 weeks.
The holder may apply to the Authority for authorization to extend the probationary period for its remaining duration by submitting an application to that effect, along with documentation of the reason for the interruption.
M.O. 2010-04, s. 39.