A-3.001 - Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases

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129. The Commission, if it considers it appropriate in the interest of the beneficiary or if the beneficiary is urgently in need of it, may pay an income replacement indemnity before rendering its decision on the right to the indemnity if it is of opinion that the application appears prima facie to be founded.
If the Commission subsequently dismisses the application or grants it in part, no amounts paid may be recovered from the person who received them, unless the person
(1)  obtained the amounts in bad faith; or
(2)  is entitled to the benefit of another public compensation scheme by reason of the injury or disease for which he received the amounts.
In the case of subparagraph 2, the Commission may recover the amounts of overpayments only up to the amount to which the person is entitled under another public compensation scheme.
1985, c. 6, s. 129.