P-39.1 - Act respecting the protection of personal information in the private sector

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58. A decision by the Commission becomes executory as a judgment of the Superior Court and has all the effects of such a judgment from the date of its homologation by the Superior Court.
Homologation of the decision is obtained by the filing, by the Commission or one of the parties, of a true copy of the decision at the office of the clerk of the Superior Court of the district in which the domicile or the residence or business establishment of the person affected by the decision is situated.
1993, c. 17, s. 58; 1999, c. 40, s. 233.
58. A decision by the Commission becomes executory as a judgment of the Superior Court and has all the effects of such a judgment from the date of its homologation by the Superior Court.
Homologation of the decision is obtained by the filing, by the Commission or one of the parties, of a true copy of the decision at the office of the prothonotary of the Superior Court of the district in which the domicile or the residence or principal place of business of the person affected by the decision is situated.
1993, c. 17, s. 58.