J-3 - Act respecting administrative justice

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21. Proceedings shall be heard and determined by a panel of two members, only one of whom shall be an advocate or notary.
The other member must be a physician in the case of proceedings
(1)  under section 28 of the Act respecting family benefits (chapter P-19.1), to contest a decision determining, pursuant to section 11 of that Act, whether a child has a handicap within the meaning assigned by government regulation;
(2)  under section 118 of the Individual and Family Assistance Act (chapter A-13.1.1), to contest a decision concerning the assessment of a temporarily limited capacity for the reason set out in subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph of section 53 of that Act or the assessment of a severely limited capacity for employment referred to in section 70 of that Act;
(3)  under section 16.4 of the Act respecting the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (chapter S-11.011), to contest a decision concerning a road vehicle to be adapted so that it may be driven by or be accessible to a handicapped person;
(4)  under section 1029.8.61.41 of the Taxation Act (chapter I-3), to contest a decision determining whether a child is a child to whom the first paragraph of section 1029.8.61.19 or 1029.8.61.19.1 of that Act applies.
1996, c. 54, s. 21; 1997, c. 49, s. 10; 1997, c. 57, s. 59; 1998, c. 36, s. 198; 2005, c. 1, s. 305; 2005, c. 15, s. 155; 2017, c. 292017, c. 29, s. 224.
21. Proceedings shall be heard and determined by a panel of two members, only one of whom shall be an advocate or notary.
The other member must be a physician in the case of proceedings
(1)  under section 28 of the Act respecting family benefits (chapter P-19.1), to contest a decision determining, pursuant to section 11 of that Act, whether a child has a handicap within the meaning assigned by government regulation;
(2)  under section 118 of the Individual and Family Assistance Act (chapter A-13.1.1), to contest a decision concerning the assessment of a temporarily limited capacity for the reason set out in subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph of section 53 of that Act or the assessment of a severely limited capacity for employment referred to in section 70 of that Act;
(3)  under section 16.4 of the Act respecting the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (chapter S-11.011), to contest a decision concerning a road vehicle to be adapted so that it may be driven by or be accessible to a handicapped person.
(4)  under section 1029.8.61.41 of the Taxation Act (chapter I-3), to contest a decision determining, pursuant to section 1029.8.61.19 of that Act, whether a child has, according to the rules set out in the regulation made under that section, an impairment or a developmental disability that substantially limits the child in the activities of daily living during a foreseeable period of at least one year.
1996, c. 54, s. 21; 1997, c. 49, s. 10; 1997, c. 57, s. 59; 1998, c. 36, s. 198; 2005, c. 1, s. 305; 2005, c. 15, s. 155.
21. Proceedings shall be heard and determined by a panel of two members, only one of whom shall be an advocate or notary.
The other member must be a physician in the case of proceedings
(1)  under section 28 of the Act respecting family benefits (chapter P‐19.1), to contest a decision determining, pursuant to section 11 of that Act, whether a child has a handicap within the meaning assigned by government regulation;
(2)  under section 139 of the Act respecting income support, employment assistance and social solidarity (chapter S‐32.001), to contest a decision concerning the assessment of a temporarily limited capacity for employment for the reason set out in subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph of section 24 of that Act, the assessment of a severely limited capacity for employment referred to in section 25 of that Act or the assessment of a permanently or indefinitely limited capacity for employment referred to in section 62 of that Act;
(3)  under section 16.4 of the Act respecting the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (chapter S‐11.011), to contest a decision concerning a road vehicle to be adapted so that it may be driven by or be accessible to a handicapped person.
(4)  under section 1029.8.61.41 of the Taxation Act (chapter I-3), to contest a decision determining, pursuant to section 1029.8.61.19 of that Act, whether a child has, according to the rules set out in the regulation made under that section, an impairment or a developmental disability that substantially limits the child in the activities of daily living during a foreseeable period of at least one year.
1996, c. 54, s. 21; 1997, c. 49, s. 10; 1997, c. 57, s. 59; 1998, c. 36, s. 198; 2005, c. 1, s. 305.
21. Proceedings shall be heard and determined by a panel of two members, only one of whom shall be an advocate or notary.
The other member must be a physician in the case of proceedings
(1)  under section 28 of the Act respecting family benefits (chapter P‐19.1), to contest a decision determining, pursuant to section 11 of that Act, whether a child has a handicap within the meaning assigned by government regulation;
(2)  under section 139 of the Act respecting income support, employment assistance and social solidarity (chapter S‐32.001), to contest a decision concerning the assessment of a temporarily limited capacity for employment for the reason set out in subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph of section 24 of that Act, the assessment of a severely limited capacity for employment referred to in section 25 of that Act or the assessment of a permanently or indefinitely limited capacity for employment referred to in section 62 of that Act;
(3)  under section 16.4 of the Act respecting the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (chapter S‐11.011), to contest a decision concerning a road vehicle to be adapted so that it may be driven by or be accessible to a handicapped person.
1996, c. 54, s. 21; 1997, c. 49, s. 10; 1997, c. 57, s. 59; 1998, c. 36, s. 198.
21. Proceedings shall be heard and determined by a panel of two members, only one of whom shall be an advocate or notary.
The other member must be a physician in the case of proceedings
(1)  under section 28 of the Act respecting family benefits (chapter P-19.1), to contest a decision determining, pursuant to section 11 of that Act, whether a child has a handicap within the meaning assigned by government regulation;
(2)  under section 81 of the Act respecting income security (chapter S-3.1.1), to contest a decision concerning the assessment of a person’s limitations in his capacity for employment or concerning a person’s inhability to avail himself of a measure pursuant to paragraph 1 of section 16 of the said Act;
(3)  under section 16.4 of the Act respecting the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (chapter S-11.011), to contest a decision concerning a road vehicle to be adapted so that it may be driven by or be accessible to a handicapped person.
1996, c. 54, s. 21; 1997, c. 49, s. 10; 1997, c. 57, s. 59.