C-26, r. 113.01 - Code of ethics of occupational therapists

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14. Occupational therapists must, in the practice of their profession, assume their personal civil liability. They may not elude or attempt to elude liability, nor request that a client or a person renounce any recourse in the case of professional negligence on their part. Furthermore, they may not invoke the liability of the company or partnership within which they carry out their professional activities, or that of another person who also carries out their activities there as a ground to exclude or limit their personal civil liability.
O.C. 342-2015, s. 14.