A-3.001 - Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases

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414. (Repealed).
1985, c. 6, s. 414; 1997, c. 27, s. 24; 2015, c. 15, s. 116.
414. The code of ethics shall set out the rules of conduct and the duties of the members towards the public, the parties, their witnesses and the persons representing them; it shall, in particular, define the conduct that is derogatory to the honour, dignity or integrity of the members. It may, in addition, determine the activities or situations that are incompatible with the office they hold, their obligations as regards the disclosure of their interests, and the functions they may exercise gratuitously.
1985, c. 6, s. 414; 1997, c. 27, s. 24.
414. The declaration must
(1)  identify the decision or the order appealed from;
(2)  contain an account of the grounds invoked in support of the appeal;
(3)  indicate the surname and given name of the representative of the appellant, where such is the case;
(4)  contain any other information required by the rules of evidence, procedure and practice of the board of appeal.
1985, c. 6, s. 414.