E-9.1 - Act respecting private education

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70. No institution may require payment from a client before performance of its obligation has begun, except for the payment of an admission or enrollment fee not in excess of the amount determined in accordance with the regulations of the Minister.
No institution may require payment of the client’s obligation, or balance thereof if admission or enrollment fees have been paid, in less than two reasonably equal instalments. The dates on which the instalments become due must be fixed in such a way that they fall approximately at the beginning of each half of the duration, calculated in months, lessons or credits, of the educational services for which the student is enrolled.
1992, c. 68, s. 70.