E-9.1 - Act respecting private education

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115. Every person generally or specially designated by the Minister for that purpose may, to ascertain whether the provisions of this Act and the regulatory instruments are being complied with,
(1)  enter, at any reasonable time, any place where the person has reason to believe educational services for which a permit is required under this Act are being dispensed and the facilities of any private educational institution;
(2)  examine and make copies of any register or document relating to activities governed by this Act;
(2.1)  take photographs or make recordings;
(3)  require any information or document relating to the application of this Act.
Despite subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph, to enter a dwelling house, a designated person must obtain the occupant’s authorization or, failing that, a search warrant in accordance with the Code of Penal Procedure (chapter C-25.1).
The owner or person in charge of a place being inspected and any other person present is required to assist a designated person in the exercise of his functions.
1992, c. 68, s. 115; 2017, c. 232017, c. 23, s. 28.
115. Every person generally or specially designated by the Minister for that purpose may, to ascertain whether the provisions of this Act and the regulatory instruments are being complied with,
(1)  enter, at any reasonable time, the facilities of any private educational institution governed by this Act;
(2)  examine and make copies of any register or document relating to activities governed by this Act;
(3)  require any information or document relating to the application of this Act.
1992, c. 68, s. 115.