P-12, r. 5.01 - Code of ethics of podiatrists

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44. Podiatrists must charge fair and reasonable fees.
Fees are fair and reasonable if they are justified by the circumstances and are in proportion to the services rendered. The podiastrist must, in particular, take into account the following factors when setting the fees:
(1)  the time spent carrying out the professional service;
(2)  the difficulty and magnitude of the service;
(3)  the performance of unusual services or services requiring exceptional competence or speed;
(4)  where applicable, the cost to the podiatrist, of products or material necessary for the carrying out of his or her professional services.
O.C. 1162-2015, s. 44.