A-20.03 - Act respecting reserved designations and added-value claims

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61. After seeking an advisory opinion from the Board, the Minister may cancel the recognition of a reserved designation, particularly when there no longer is an accredited certification body that meets the standards and criteria set out in the applicable accreditation manual. The Board must, in its advisory opinion, set out any corrective action that could be taken to avoid cancellation of the recognition.
In all cases, the Minister must first inform the interested parties of the grounds for cancellation of the recognition and, if applicable, of the corrective action the Minister considers must be taken in order to avoid it.
2006, c. 4, s. 61.