The Engineering Profession Act

R.S.M. 1987, c. E120

The Engineering Profession Act

Table of Contents

1 Definitions.
2 Association continued.
3 Purpose of association.
4 Head office.
5 Membership.
6 Powers of association.
7 Constitution of council.
8 Elected councillors.
(2) Appointment of councillors.
(3) Time of appointment.
9 Powers of council.
(2) Delegation of authority.
10 Code of ethics.
11 By-laws.
12 Existing by-laws.
13 Annual meeting.
(2) Time and place.
(3) Notice.
(4) Special general meetings.
14 Practice restricted.
(2) What is deemed not to be practising.
15 Qualifications for membership.
16 Temporary licence.
17 Registration and licensing fees.
18 Annual fee.
(2) Penalty for non-payment.
19 Individual seal.
(2) Seal by licensees.
20 Board of examiners.
(2) Joint examining board.
21 Register of members.
(2) Annual register.
22 Certificate of registration.
(2) Licence.
(3) Signing of certificates.
23 Review to council.
(2) Application of subsecs. 24(2), (3), (4) and (5).
(3) Appeal to court.
(4) Order final.
24 Complaint of misconduct etc.
(2) Notice of hearing.
(3) Rights of member etc.
(4) Hearing in absence of person under inquiry.
(5) Evidence and witnesses.
(6) Evidence to be sworn.
(7) Decision of council.
25 Appeal.
(2) Decision on appeal.
(3) No practice pending appeal.
26 Effect of suspension and cancellation.
27 No action to lie.
28 Prohibitions.
(2) Penalties.
(3) Prohibition of employment.
29 Limitation.
(2) Onus.
(3) Practice proved by single act.
30 Information.
31 Injunction.
32 Fines recovered belong to association.
33 Military engineers exempt.
34 Architects and surveyors exempt.
35 Electricians etc. exempt.
36 Exemption for personal work.