J-3 - Act respecting administrative justice

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102. The parties may be represented by the person of their choice before the social affairs division, in the case of a proceeding pertaining to compensation for rescuers and victims of crime, a proceeding under section 65 of the Workmen’s Compensation Act (chapter A-3) or a proceeding under section 12 of the Act respecting indemnities for victims of asbestosis and silicosis in mines and quarries (chapter I-7); however, a professional who has been removed from the roll or declared disqualified to practise, or whose right to engage in professional activities has been restricted or suspended in accordance with the Professional Code (chapter C-26) or any legislation governing a profession may not act as a representative.
The Minister of Employment and Social Solidarity or a body which is the Minister’s delegatee for the purposes of the Individual and Family Assistance Act (chapter A-13.1.1) may be represented by the person of his or its choice before the social affairs division in the case of a proceeding brought under that Act or this Act in a matter of income security or support or social aid and allowances.
The applicant may, before the social affairs division in the case of a proceeding in a matter of immigration, be represented by a relative or by a non-profit organization devoted to the defense or interests of immigrants, if he is unable to be present himself by reason of absence from Québec. In the latter case, the mandatary must provide the Tribunal with a mandate in writing, signed by the person represented, indicating the gratuitous nature of the mandate.
1996, c. 54, s. 102; 1997, c. 63, s. 138; 1998, c. 36, s. 209; 2001, c. 44, s. 27; 2002, c. 22, s. 6; 2005, c. 15, s. 157; 2005, c. 17, s. 14.
102. The parties may be represented by the person of their choice before the social affairs division, in the case of a proceeding pertaining to compensation for rescuers and victims of crime, a proceeding under section 65 of the Workmen’s Compensation Act (chapter A-3) or a proceeding under section 12 of the Act respecting indemnities for victims of asbestosis and silicosis in mines and quarries (chapter I-7); however, a professional who has been removed from the roll or declared disqualified to practise, or whose right to engage in professional activities has been restricted or suspended in accordance with the Professional Code (chapter C-26) or any legislation governing a profession may not act as a representative.
The Minister of Employment and Social Solidarity or a body which is the Minister’s delegatee for the purposes of the Act respecting income support, employment assistance and social solidarity (chapter S-32.001) may be represented by the person of his or its choice before the social affairs division in the case of a proceeding brought under that Act or this Act in a matter of income security or support or social aid and allowances.
The applicant may, before the social affairs division in the case of a proceeding in a matter of immigration, be represented by a relative or by a non-profit organization devoted to the defense or interests of immigrants, if he is unable to be present himself by reason of absence from Québec. In the latter case, the mandatary must provide the Tribunal with a mandate in writing, signed by the person represented, indicating the gratuitous nature of the mandate.
1996, c. 54, s. 102; 1997, c. 63, s. 138; 1998, c. 36, s. 209; 2001, c. 44, s. 27; 2002, c. 22, s. 6; 2005, c. 15, s. 157; 2005, c. 17, s. 14.
102. The parties may be represented by the person of their choice before the social affairs division, in the case of a proceeding pertaining to compensation for rescuers and victims of crime, a proceeding under section 65 of the Workmen’s Compensation Act (chapter A-3) or a proceeding under section 12 of the Act respecting indemnities for victims of asbestosis and silicosis in mines and quarries (chapter I-7).
The Minister of Employment and Social Solidarity or a body which is the Minister’s delegatee for the purposes of the Act respecting income support, employment assistance and social solidarity (chapter S-32.001) may be represented by the person of his or its choice before the social affairs division in the case of a proceeding brought under that Act or this Act in a matter of income security or support or social aid and allowances.
The applicant may, before the social affairs division in the case of a proceeding in a matter of immigration, be represented by a relative or by a non-profit organization devoted to the defense or interests of immigrants, if he is unable to be present himself by reason of absence from Québec. In the latter case, the mandatary must provide the Tribunal with a mandate in writing, signed by the person represented, indicating the gratuitous nature of the mandate.
1996, c. 54, s. 102; 1997, c. 63, s. 138; 1998, c. 36, s. 209; 2001, c. 44, s. 27; 2002, c. 22, s. 6; 2005, c. 15, s. 157.
102. The parties may be represented by the person of their choice before the social affairs division, in the case of a proceeding pertaining to compensation for rescuers and victims of crime, a proceeding under section 65 of the Workmen’s Compensation Act (chapter A-3) or a proceeding under section 12 of the Act respecting indemnities for victims of asbestosis and silicosis in mines and quarries (chapter I-7).
The Minister of Employment and Social Solidarity or a body which is the Minister’s delegatee for the purposes of the Act respecting income support, employment assistance and social solidarity (chapter S-32.001) may be represented by the person of his or its choice before the social affairs division in the case of a proceeding brought under that Act.
The applicant may, before the social affairs division in the case of a proceeding in a matter of immigration, be represented by a relative or by a non-profit organization devoted to the defense or interests of immigrants, if he is unable to be present himself by reason of absence from Québec. In the latter case, the mandatary must provide the Tribunal with a mandate in writing, signed by the person represented, indicating the gratuitous nature of the mandate.
1996, c. 54, s. 102; 1997, c. 63, s. 138; 1998, c. 36, s. 209; 2001, c. 44, s. 27; 2002, c. 22, s. 6.
102. The parties may be represented by the person of their choice before the social affairs division, in the case of a proceeding pertaining to compensation for rescuers and victims of crime.
The Minister of Employment and Social Solidarity or a body which is the Minister’s delegatee for the purposes of the Act respecting income support, employment assistance and social solidarity (chapter S-32.001) may be represented by the person of his or its choice before the social affairs division in the case of a proceeding brought under that Act.
The applicant may, before the social affairs division in the case of a proceeding in a matter of immigration, be represented by a relative or by a non-profit organization devoted to the defense or interests of immigrants, if he is unable to be present himself by reason of absence from Québec. In the latter case, the mandatary must provide the Tribunal with a mandate in writing, signed by the person represented, indicating the gratuitous nature of the mandate.
1996, c. 54, s. 102; 1997, c. 63, s. 138; 1998, c. 36, s. 209; 2001, c. 44, s. 27.
102. The parties may be represented by the person of their choice before the social affairs division, in the case of a proceeding pertaining to compensation for rescuers and victims of crime.
The Minister of Employment and Solidarity or a body which is his delegatee for the purposes of the Act respecting income support, employment assistance and social solidarity (chapter S-32.001) may be represented by the person of his or its choice before the social affairs division in the case of a proceeding in a matter of income security or social aid and allowances.
The applicant may, before the social affairs division in the case of a proceeding in a matter of immigration, be represented by a relative or by a non-profit organization devoted to the defense or interests of immigrants, if he is unable to be present himself by reason of absence from Québec. In the latter case, the mandatary must provide the Tribunal with a mandate in writing, signed by the person represented, indicating the gratuitous nature of the mandate.
1996, c. 54, s. 102; 1997, c. 63, s. 138; 1998, c. 36, s. 209.
102. The parties may be represented by the person of their choice before the social affairs division, in the case of a proceeding pertaining to compensation for rescuers and victims of crime.
The Minister of Employment and Solidarity or a body which is his delegatee for the purposes of the Act respecting income security (chapter S-3.1.1) may be represented by the person of his or its choice before the social affairs division in the case of a proceeding in a matter of income security or social aid and allowances.
The applicant may, before the social affairs division in the case of a proceeding in a matter of immigration, be represented by a relative or by a non-profit organization devoted to the defense or interests of immigrants, if he is unable to be present himself by reason of absence from Québec. In the latter case, the mandatary must provide the Tribunal with a mandate in writing, signed by the person represented, indicating the gratuitous nature of the mandate.
1996, c. 54, s. 102; 1997, c. 63, s. 138.