C-26, r. 8 - Regulation respecting the annual reports of professional orders

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24. In the operating statement, by means of an additional note or an appendix to the financial statements, the charges are apportioned, for each existing fund, among the following activities:
(1)  the standards of equivalence for diplomas and training, permits, specialist’s certificates, the roll, special authorizations, registrations and accreditations;
(2)  the other terms and conditions of issue of permits or specialist’s certificates and their equivalences;
(3)  professional liability insurance;
(4)  indemnification;
(5)  the committee on training;
(6)  professional inspection;
(7)  professional standards and support to the practice of the profession;
(8)  continuing training;
(9)  the office of the syndic;
(10)  conciliation and arbitration of accounts;
(11)  the review committee;
(12)  the disciplinary council;
(13)  repression of offences against the Professional Code (chapter C-26) or an Act constituting an order committed by a person who is not a member of an order, in particular offences involving illegal practice and unauthorized use of reserved titles;
(14)  the board of directors, the executive committee and the annual general meeting;
(15)  communications;
(16)  services to members;
(17)  contribution to the Québec Interprofessional Council;
(18)  other charges.
O.C. 981-2007, s. 24; O.C. 448-2017, s. 2.
24. Expenses in the operating statement must be apportioned among the following activities:
(1)  activities relating to the issue of permits, specialist’s certificates and special authorizations and the recognition of equivalence of diplomas, training and other terms and conditions for the purpose of issuing a permit or a specialist’s certificate;
(2)  activities of the training committee;
(3)  activities relating to security against professional liability;
(4)  activities relating to the indemnity fund;
(5)  activities relating to the professional inspection;
(6)  activities relating to optional continuing education organized by the order and to mandatory continuing education;
(7)  activities of the syndic;
(8)  activities relating to the conciliation and arbitration of accounts;
(9)  activities of the review committee;
(10)  activities of the disciplinary council;
(11)  activities relating to unlawful practice and unauthorized use of a reserved title;
(12)  communication activities; and
(13)  other activities.
O.C. 981-2007, s. 24.