P-12 - Podiatry Act

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13. No podiatrist may sell orthopaedic shoes or prostheses.
Nor may a podiatrist have a direct or indirect interest in an undertaking for the manufacture or sale of orthopaedic shoes or prostheses. If an interest in such an undertaking devolves to him by succession or otherwise, he shall dispose of it immediately.
However, a podiatrist is authorized to manufacture, transform, alter or sell podiatric ortheses even if the podiatrist does not hold a permit issued under the Act respecting medical laboratories and organ and tissue conservation (chapter L-0.2).
1973, c. 55, s. 13; 2000, c. 13, s. 93; 2001, c. 60, s. 166; 2009, c. 30, s. 58; 2016, c. 12016, c. 1, s. 145.
13. No podiatrist may sell orthopaedic shoes or prostheses.
Nor may a podiatrist have a direct or indirect interest in an undertaking for the manufacture or sale of orthopaedic shoes or prostheses. If an interest in such an undertaking devolves to him by succession or otherwise, he shall dispose of it immediately.
However, a podiatrist is authorized to manufacture, transform, alter or sell podiatric ortheses even if the podiatrist does not hold a permit issued under the Act respecting medical laboratories, organ and tissue conservation and the disposal of human bodies (chapter L-0.2).
1973, c. 55, s. 13; 2000, c. 13, s. 93; 2001, c. 60, s. 166; 2009, c. 30, s. 58.
13. No podiatrist may sell orthopaedic shoes or prostheses.
Nor may a podiatrist have a direct or indirect interest in an undertaking for the manufacture or sale of orthopaedic shoes or prostheses. If an interest in such an undertaking devolves to him by succession or otherwise, he shall dispose of it immediately.
However, a podiatrist is authorized to manufacture, transform, alter or sell podiatric ortheses even if the podiatrist does not hold a permit issued under the Act respecting medical laboratories, organ, tissue, gamete and embryo conservation, and the disposal of human bodies (chapter L-0.2).
1973, c. 55, s. 13; 2000, c. 13, s. 93; 2001, c. 60, s. 166.
13. No podiatrist may sell orthopaedic shoes or prostheses.
Nor may a podiatrist have a direct or indirect interest in an undertaking for the manufacture or sale of orthopaedic shoes or prostheses. If an interest in such an undertaking devolves to him by succession or otherwise, he shall dispose of it immediately.
However, a podiatrist is authorized to manufacture, transform, alter or sell podiatric ortheses even if the podiatrist does not hold a permit issued under the Act respecting medical laboratories, organ, tissue, gamete and embryo conservation, ambulance services and the disposal of human bodies (chapter L-0.2).
1973, c. 55, s. 13; 2000, c. 13, s. 93; 2001, c. 60, s. 166.
13. No podiatrist may sell orthopaedic shoes or prostheses.
Nor may a podiatrist have a direct or indirect interest in an undertaking for the manufacture or sale of orthopaedic shoes or prostheses. If an interest in such an undertaking devolves to him by succession or otherwise, he shall dispose of it immediately.
However, a podiatrist is authorized to manufacture, transform, alter or sell podiatric ortheses even if the podiatrist does not hold a permit issued under the Public Health Protection Act (chapter P-35).
1973, c. 55, s. 13; 2000, c. 13, s. 93.
13. No podiatrist may sell orthopaedic shoes or prostheses.
Nor may a podiatrist have a direct or indirect interest in an undertaking for the manufacture or sale of orthopaedic shoes or prostheses. If an interest in such an undertaking devolves to him by succession or otherwise, he shall dispose of it immediately.
1973, c. 55, s. 13.