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

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4.02.03. An engineer shall not abuse a colleague’s good faith, be guilty of breach of trust or be disloyal towards him or willfully damage his reputation. Without restricting the generality of the foregoing, the engineer shall not, in particular:
(a)  take upon himself the credit for engineering work which belongs to a colleague;
(b)  take advantage of his capacity of employer or executive to limit in any way the professional independence of an engineer employed by him or under his responsibility, in particular with respect to the use of the title of engineer or the obligation of every engineer to commit his professional liability;
(c)  induce a colleague to commit an offence against the laws and regulations governing the practice of the profession.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. I-9, r. 3, s. 4.02.03; O.C. 2566-84, s. 6.