14. No notary shall falsely represent his level of competence or the efficacy of his services or those generally provided by members of his profession.
Similarly, he shall not falsely represent the competence of, or the effectiveness of the services generally ensured by, persons carrying on professional activities within the partnership or joint-stock company.
If a client’s interest so requires, the notary shall, with the client’s authorization, consult a colleague, a member of another professional order, or another competent person, or refer him to one of these persons.
O.C. 921-2002, s. 14; O.C. 1093-2005, s. 2.