N-3, r. 6 - Regulation respecting terms and conditions for the issuance of permits by the Chambre des notaires du Québec

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4. A candidate who holds a diploma that is awarded by an educational institution outside Québec and does not give access to a permit issued by the Order pursuant to section 184 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26) may be granted diploma equivalence under the following conditions:
(1)  the diploma was obtained within 5 years prior to the application, upon completion of university studies equivalent to those giving access to a permit issued by the Order;
(2)  the university studies as a whole must have comprised at least 120 credits or the equivalent, 75 credits of which must have been obtained in the following subjects:
(a)  law of persons;
(b)  family law;
(c)  successions and gifts;
(d)  property;
(e)  obligations;
(f)  security on property;
(g)  nominate contracts;
(h)  civil evidence;
(i)  publication of rights;
(j)  civil procedure;
(k)  company law;
(l)  private international law;
(m)  tax law;
(n)  administrative law;
(o)  notarial practice;
(p)  title examination.
O.C. 775-2004, s. 4.