A-14, r. 2 - Regulation respecting legal aid

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5. For the purposes of section 1.2 of the Act respecting legal aid and the provision of certain other legal services (chapter A-14), a minor child or a child of full age who is in any of the following situations is considered to cease to be part of the family and to be an adult:
(1)  he no longer attends an educational institution on a full-time basis, he holds employment and he does not depend on his family for his living;
(2)  he is the holder of an undergraduate university degree and attends an educational institution;
(3)  he has met his own needs and has not resided with his family for at least 2 years, excluding any period of full-time attendance in an educational institution;
(4)  he has held remunerated employment on a full-time basis or has received, in respect of such employment, benefits under the Employment Insurance Act (S.C. 1996, c. 23), for at least 2 years;
(5)  he is or was married;
(6)  he lives or lived with another person in a de facto union and cohabits or has cohabited at a given time with that person for at least 1 year;
(7)  he is or was the father of a child or she is or was the mother of a child;
(8)  she has been pregnant for at least 20 weeks; or
(9)  his father, mother or the person designated in section 2 cannot be found or they refuse to meet his needs.
O.C. 1073-96, s. 5.