2.04. Within 30 days following the date on which he takes possession of the records of a chiropractor who permanently ceases to practise, the transferee or the secretary, as the case may be, must: (a) notify, in writing, the clients of that chiropractor:
i. that the latter’s records are in his possession;
ii. of his address, telephone number and office hours; and
iii. of their right to consult another chiropractor;
(b) cause to be published twice, at an interval of 10 days, in at least one French language daily newspaper and, where applicable, in at least one English language daily newspaper circulated in the region in which that chiropractor practised his profession, an advertisement giving his address, telephone number and office hours and stating that he is in possession of that chiropractor’s records.
The transferee must send the secretary a copy of the advertisement contemplated in subparagraph b of the first paragraph.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-16, r. 3, s. 2.04.