I-9, r. 6 - Code of ethics of engineers

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4.01.01. In addition to those referred to in sections 57 and 58 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26), the following acts are derogatory to the dignity of the profession:
(a)  participating or contributing to the illegal practice of the profession;
(b)  pressing or repeated inducement to make use of his professional services;
(c)  communicating with the person who lodged a complaint, without the prior written permission of the syndic or his assistant, whenever he is informed of an inquiry into his professional conduct or competence or whenever a complaint has been laid against him;
(d)  refusing to comply with the procedures for the conciliation and arbitration of accounts and with the arbitrators’ award;
(e)  taking legal action against a colleague on a matter relative to the practice of the profession before applying for conciliation to the president of the Order;
(f)  refusing or failing to present himself at the office of the syndic, of one of his assistants or of a corresponding syndic, upon request to that effect by one of those persons;
(g)  not notifying the syndic without delay if he believes that an engineer infringes this Regulation.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. I-9, r. 3, s. 4.01.01.