C-16, r. 5 - Code of ethics of chiropractors

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3.03.04. Unless he has just and reasonable grounds for so doing, a chiropractor shall not cease to act for the account of a patient. The following shall, in particular, constitute just and reasonable grounds:
(a)  loss of the patient’s confidence;
(b)  the fact that the chiropractor is placed in a situation of conflict of interest or in a circumstance whereby his professional independence could be called in question;
(c)  inducement by the patient to perform illegal, unfair or fraudulent acts.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-16, r. 2, s. 3.03.04.