A-13.2.1 - Act respecting assistance and compensation for victims of crime

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48. A victim who resumes his studies and who, after completing or ending them, is unable to hold employment is entitled to an indemnity from the date of the end of his studies and for such time as he remains unable to hold any employment.
If his studies end before the date envisaged for completion, the victim is entitled,
(1)  until the date envisaged for completion of his studies, to an indemnity for deferred studies of
(a)  $6,208 for every school year not completed at the secondary level;
(b)  $6,208 for every term not completed at the post-secondary level, up to $12,416 per year;
(2)  from the date envisaged for completion of his studies, to the income replacement indemnity provided for in the third paragraph.
If his studies end after that date, the victim is entitled to an income replacement indemnity computed on the basis of a gross income equal to a yearly average established on the basis of the average weekly earnings of the Industrial Composite in Québec as established by Statistics Canada for each of the 12 months preceding 1 July of the year which precedes the date on which the studies end.
1993, c. 54, s. 48.