P-10, r. 13 - Regulation respecting the preservation, use or destruction of the records, books and registers of a pharmacist who ceases to practise

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2.02. A pharmacist who is the owner of a pharmacy and who ceases to practise his profession permanently for any reason other than death must, if he finds an acquirer, at least 15 days before the date fixed for the cessation of his practice:
(a)  notify the secretary of the Ordre des pharmaciens du Québec that he will cease to practise his profession permanently effective on such date;
(b)  give to the secretary of the Order the name, addresses and telephone numbers of the acquirer;
(c)  publish or cause to be published, commencing on the 15th day prior to the date fixed for the cessation of his practice and every 3 days thereafter for a period of 15 days, in at least one French language daily newspaper and, where applicable, in at least one English language daily newspaper circulated in the region where he practises his profession, a public advertisement to the effect that upon and after the date fixed for the cessation of his practice, all his records, books and registers will be in the possession of the acquirer, indicating the latter’s addresses, telephone number and business hours;
(d)  post a copy of such advertisement on the interior frontage of his pharmacy, in full view of the public.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. P-10, r. 9, s. 2.02.