M-44 - National Museums Act

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19. If the museum sues a board member for an act done in the exercise of the functions of office and loses its case, it shall pay the member’s defence costs if the court so decides.
If the museum wins its case only in part, the court may determine the amount of the defence costs it must pay.
1983, c. 52, s. 19; 2000, c. 8, s. 174; 2016, c. 322016, c. 32, s. 3.
19. The secretary and the other members of the personnel of a museum shall be appointed in accordance with the staffing plan established by by-law of the museum.
Subject to the provisions of a collective agreement, every museum shall determine, by by-law, the standards and scales of remuneration of the members of its personnel in accordance with the conditions defined by the Government.
1983, c. 52, s. 19; 2000, c. 8, s. 174.
19. The secretary and the other employees are appointed and remunerated in accordance with the standards, scales and staffing plan established by the by-laws of the museum.
The by-laws come into force from the date of their approval by the Government.
1983, c. 52, s. 19.