L-6.1 - Anti-Corruption Act

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15. The audit teams designated by the Government continue to carry out their mandates in their field of competence within their respective department or body, in accordance with their responsibilities and powers under the law. In addition, they must
(1)  conduct, at the request of an Associate Commissioner for Audits, the audits provided for in sections 21.30 and 21.32 of the Act respecting contracting by public bodies (chapter C-65.1) and communicate the audit findings to the Associate Commissioner for Audits;
(2)  report to the Associate Commissioner for Audits on any action taken in the case files sent to them by the Associate Commissioner for Audits; and
(3)  inform an Associate Commissioner for Audits of any matter under audit that they believe could more appropriately be dealt with by an investigation or a proceeding in connection with a penal or criminal offence under a federal or a Québec law.
2011, c. 17, s. 15; 2012, c. 25, s. 64; 2013, c. 23, s. 123; 2018, c. 12018, c. 1, s. 14.
15. The audit teams designated by the Government continue to carry out their mandates in their field of competence within their respective department or body, in accordance with their responsibilities and powers under the law. In addition, they must
(1)  conduct, at the request of an Associate Commissioner, the audits provided for in sections 21.30 and 21.32 of the Act respecting contracting by public bodies (chapter C-65.1) and communicate the audit findings to the Associate Commissioner;
(2)  report to the Associate Commissioner on any action taken in the case files sent to them by the Associate Commissioner; and
(3)  inform an Associate Commissioner of any matter under audit that they believe could more appropriately be dealt with by an investigation or a proceeding in connection with a penal or criminal offence under a federal or a Québec law.
2011, c. 17, s. 15; 2012, c. 25, s. 64; 2013, c. 23, s. 123.
15. The audit teams designated by the Government continue to carry out their mandates in their field of competence within their respective department or body, in accordance with their responsibilities and powers under the law. In addition, they must
(1)  conduct, on the Associate Commissioner’s request, the audits provided for in sections 21.30 and 21.32 of the Act respecting contracting by public bodies (chapter C-65.1) and communicate the audit findings to the Associate Commissioner;
(2)  report to the Associate Commissioner on any action taken in the case files sent to them by the Associate Commissioner; and
(3)  inform the Associate Commissioner of any matter under audit that they believe could more appropriately be dealt with by an investigation or a proceeding in connection with a penal or criminal offence under a federal or a Québec law.
2011, c. 17, s. 15; 2012, c. 25, s. 64.
15. The audit teams designated by the Government continue to carry out their mandates in their field of competence within their respective department or body, in accordance with their responsibilities and powers under the law. In addition, they must
(1)  inform the Associate Commissioner of any matter under audit that they believe could more appropriately be dealt with by an investigation or a proceeding relating to a penal or criminal offence under a federal or a Québec law; and
(2)  report to the Associate Commissioner on any action taken in the case files sent to them by the Associate Commissioner.
2011, c. 17, s. 15.