129. None of the provisions of section 128 shall limit or restrict:
(a) the right of an advocate to perform any other act not expressly forbidden by this Act or the by-laws of the Bar;
(b) the rights specifically defined and granted to any person by any public or private law;
(c) the right of public or private bodies to be represented by their officers, except for the purpose of pleading, before any organization having a quasi-judicial jurisdiction, without their being deemed to act for others;
(d) the right of secretaries or assistant-secretaries of public or private corporations to draw up the minutes of meetings of directors or shareholders and all other documents which they are authorized to draw up in virtue of federal or provincial laws;
(e) the right of a practising notary to perform the acts therein set forth except those contemplated in paragraph b of subsection 1, other than in non-contentious matters, and in paragraphs a and e of subsection 2; but a practising notary may imply that judicial proceedings will be taken.