50. In addition to the acts to which section 59 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26) applies, the act mentioned in section 59.1 of the Code and what may be determined pursuant to paragraph 1 of the second paragraph of section 152 of the Code, the following acts are derogatory to the dignity of the profession:
(1) communicating with a person who requested that an inquiry be held, without prior written permission of the syndic of the Order or the assistant syndic, where he is informed that he is the subject of an inquiry pursuant to section 122 of the Professional Code or where he has been served with a complaint in accordance with section 132 of the Code;
(2) advising or encouraging someone to commit a discriminatory, fraudulent or illegal act;
(3) refusing to counsel or to represent a person on the sole ground that the person requested, in respect of another member of the order, that an inquiry be held pursuant to section 122 of the Professional Code, that the person lodged a complaint against another member of the Order under section 128 of the Code or that the person filed a claim against another member of the Order;
(4) failing to notify the syndic of the Order that he has reasonable grounds to believe that another member of the Order contravenes the Professional Code or a related regulation made pursuant to the Code;
(5) drawing up a declaration or report he knows to be incomplete, without mention of any restriction, or that he knows to be false; and
(6) allowing a person not entered on the roll of the Order to use a title or initials reserved for the members of the Order or to make believe that he is a member of the Order, or not informing the secretary of the Order at the proper time that a person who is not entered on the roll of the Order uses a title or initials reserved for the members of the Order.