R.S.M. 1987, c. I57

The Professional Interior Designers Institute of Manitoba Act

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Table of Contents

1 Definitions.
(2) Exemption for architects.
2 Corporate status and powers.
3 Council.
(2) Election and appointment of councillors.
(3) Existing members to continue until replaced.
(4) Quorum.
4 By-laws.
(2) Submission of by-laws to members.
(3) By-law not effective until confirmed.
(4) Period of effectiveness of certain by-laws.
(5) Effect of rejected by-law.
(6) Effect of acts done under rejected by-law.
(7) Member may propose by-laws.
(8) Proposals for by-laws to be sent to council.
(9) Distribution of proposal.
5 Regulations.
6 Appointment of registrar.
7 Register.
(2) Rosters.
(3) Membership.
(4) Entry of names in roster.
(5) Appeal upon refusal of registration.
8 Unauthorized use of designation.
(2) Recovery of fees prohibited.
9 Inspection of register.
10 Effect of registration.
(2) Associate members not entitled to practise.
11 Practise by holders of conditional certificate.
12 Prima facie evidence.
13 Associate members.
14 Conditional registration.
15 Removal of names from register.
(2) Restoration of names to register.
(3) Restoring names to register on terms.
16 Membership certificate.
17 Establishment of complaints committee.
18 Informal resolution of complaint.
(2) Complaint referred to investigation chairman.
19 Rules and terms of office.
20 Appointment of investigation chairman.
21 Reference to investigation chairman.
22 Preliminary investigation.
23 Production of books, documents, etc.
24 Ex parte court order for production of documents.
25 Investigation of further matters.
26 Action by person conducting preliminary investigation.
27 Appeal to discipline committee.
28 Suspension of member.
29 Establishment of discipline committee.
30 Complainants appeal.
31 Fixing the date of inquiry.
(2) Service of notice.
(3) Effective date of service.
(4) Proof of service.
(5) Hearings to be held in Winnipeg.
(6) Hearings to be private.
(7) Hearing in absentia.
(8) Right to counsel.
(9) Adjournment.
(10) Evidence under oath.
(11) Administration of oath.
(12) Service of subpoena.
(13) Witness allowance.
(14) Certified copies of convictions as evidence thereof.
(15) Evidence by affidavit or viva voce.
(16) Evidence to be recorded.
(17) Preservation of evidence.
32 Disciplinary action against member.
(2) Decision to be in the form of an order.
(3) Costs.
33 Appeal to council.
(2) Grounds of appeal.
34 Record of proceedings.
(2) Action by executive director on appeal.
35 Suspension pending appeal.
(2) Application to court to remove suspension.
(3) Service of notice of motion on discipline committee.
(4) Time for hearing of application.
(5) Court may remove suspension.
36 Proceedings before council.
(2) Certain persons precluded from participation in appeal.
(3) Association's representation at appeals.
(4) Action by council on appeal.
(5) Disposition of appeal by council.
(6) Cost on appeal.
37 Appeal to Court of Queen's Bench.
(2) Order of judge.
(3) Documents to be filed by applicant.
(4) Absence of recorded evidence.
(5) Failure to file transcript of evidence.
38 Exemption from civil liability.
39 Publication of suspensions and revocations.
40 Retention of counsel by council.
41 Offence.
(2) Limitations on prosecution.
(3) Stay of proceedings.
42 Professional liability claims fund.
(2) "Professional liability claim" defined.
(3) Claims fund a separate fund.
(4) Investment and administration.
(5) Levy for claim fund.
(6) Professional liability insurance.
(7) Use of moneys in claims fund.
(8) Rules.
43 Single act of unauthorized practice.
44 Conflict with The Corporations Act.