24.4. The Government may, by regulation,
(a) determine the cases in which a student registered for less than four courses or for courses totalling less than 180 periods of instruction is considered to be a full-time student, and, where applicable, determine the number of courses or periods applicable in each case;
(b) determine, for the purposes of section 24.1, the extent to which and the cases or conditions in which the failing marks accumulated by a student shall be disregarded;
(c) establish rules for the determination of the tuition fees chargeable under section 24.1 and rules for the determination of the tuition fees chargeable under section 24.2;
(d) determine the conditions of admission of students from outside Québec, prescribe the payment of tuition fees for such students notwithstanding sections 24 to 24.2 and, for those purposes, define the expression “students from outside Québec”;
(e) fix the methods of payment of the tuition fees referred to in sections 24.1 and 24.2 and paragraph d of this section, and determine the sanctions or penalties which apply, or may apply, in case of failure to pay or late payment;
(f) determine the cases in which the abandonment of a course gives entitlement to a refund of all or part of the tuition fees.