BILL 20 An Act to Incorporate the New Brunswick Purchasing Management Institute

BILL 20

An Act to Incorporate the New Brunswick Purchasing Management Institute

WHEREAS the New Brunswick Institute of the Purchasing Management Association of Canada prays that it be enacted as hereinafter set forth;

 

AND WHEREAS it is desirable, in the interests of the public, to incorporate the New Brunswick Purchasing Management Institute as a body corporate for the purpose of improving, advancing and maintaining the standards of professional purchasing and procurement practises in the Province and to provide for the welfare of members of the public and members of the New Brunswick Purchasing Management Institute;

THEREFORE, Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, enacts as follows:

1 This Act may be cited as the Purchasing Management Act.

PART I

INTERPRETATION

2(1) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires

"Act" means the Purchasing Management Act;

"approved school or program" means a school, course of study, educational program or examinations in professional purchasing and procurement approved by the Board;

"Board" means the Board of the Institute constituted under section 4;

"certification" means the entry of the name of a person in the register;

"certified professional purchaser" means a person whose name is entered in the register established and maintained under this Act and the bylaws as a certified professional purchaser;

"costs" means all costs, expenses, honoraria and disbursements and all legal and other expenses of any kind incurred by the Institute, the Board, the Ethics Committee or the Registrar in relation to an investigation, proceeding, hearing or appeal under this Act;

"Court" means a judge of The Court of Queen’s Bench of New Brunswick;

"Executive Director" means the person holding the office of Executive Director under section 9;

"incapacity" means a physical or mental condition or disorder, suffered by a member, of such nature and extent that it is desirable in the interests of the public or the member that the member no longer be permitted to carry on the profession of professional purchasing or that the member’s carrying on of such profession be suspended or subjected to conditions, limitations, or restrictions;

"incompetence" means acts or omissions on the part of a member, in the member’s profession, that demonstrate a lack of knowledge, skill or judgment, or disregard for the interests of the recipient of the member’s services of such a nature and to such an extent as to render the member unfit to carry on the profession of professional purchasing or to carry on the profession without conditions, limitations or restrictions;

"Institute" means the New Brunswick Purchasing Management Institute incorporated under section 3;

"member" means a certified professional purchaser or any person whose name is entered in any of the rosters established and maintained under this Act, the bylaws and rules;

"misconduct" means a serious digression from established or recognized standards or rules of the Institute or generally the profession of professional purchasing and includes a breach of such Rules of Ethics or Conduct as may be prescribed by bylaw;

"prescribed" means prescribed by bylaws, rules or resolutions made under this Act by the Board;

"professional purchasing" means the application of technical expertise, knowledge and skill by a member in procurement, purchasing, materials management and supply management;

"register" means the register kept under section 10;

"Registrar" means the person holding the office of Registrar under section 9;

"rosters" means the rosters kept under subsection 10(2).

 

 

 

 

 

 

2(2) The words "certified professional purchaser", "certified procurement professional", "professional purchaser", "procurement professional", "approvisionneur professionnel agréé" and "approvionneur professionnel" and the initials "C.P.P.", "APA", "a.p.a.", or any like words, initials or expressions used alone or in combination with other words or expressions connoting a person recognized by law as a professional purchaser, procurement professional, materials manager or supply manager when used in any provision of an Act of the Legislature or any regulation, rule, order or bylaws made under an Act of the Legislature enacted or made before, at or after the commencement of this Act or when used in any public document, shall be read as including a person whose name is entered in the register.

 

3 The New Brunswick Purchasing Management Institute is hereby incorporated as a body corporate and politic without share capital under the name "New Brunswick Purchasing Management Institute" and, subject to this Act, has the capacity, rights, powers, and privileges of a natural person.

 

PART II

BOARD OF THE INSTITUTE

4(1) A Board of the Institute consisting of not less than 5 directors shall be responsible for the administration of this Act and shall control, govern and manage, or supervise the control, government and management of the business and affairs of the Institute and all aspects of the profession of professional purchasing.

4(2) The number of directors, their respective terms of office, the manner of their appointment and their qualifications shall be established and governed by the bylaws of the Institute and such bylaws may provide for alternate directors, for the filling of vacancies and for the appointment or election of additional directors.

 

5(1) Unless this Act or the bylaws otherwise provide, the Board may by resolution make, amend or repeal any bylaws regulating the business and affairs of the Institute and the profession of professional purchasing and without restricting the generality of the foregoing

(a) governing and regulating

(i) the admission, suspension, expulsion, removal, and reinstatement of members, the conditions precedent to membership in the Institute, and the conditions for continued membership in the Institute; and

(ii) the certification, registration and renewal, suspension, cancellation and reinstatement of registration and certification of certified professional purchasers including the imposition of limitations, restrictions and conditions on any registration or certification issued or granted under this Act;

(b) establishing one or more categories of membership and determining the rights, privileges and obligations of the members of each category;

(c) determining, governing and regulating the method of setting annual registration, certification and other fees payable to the Institute and providing for the collection thereof;

 

(d) providing for the election or appointment, removal and remuneration of and establishing the powers and duties of officers, officials, employees and agents of the Institute or Board;

 

(e) creating and governing committees for the carrying out of the business and affairs of the Board and the Institute and for regulating and governing the registration and certification of certified professional purchasers;

(f) delegating to officers, officials, agents, employees or committees any of the duties, powers and privileges of the Board or the Institute, except the power to make, amend or repeal bylaws;

 

(g) fixing and regulating the quorum, time, place, calling, conduct and business of annual, special and general meetings of the Institute, the Board and committees thereof, establishing the method of voting thereat, including voting by mail, proxy voting, delegate voting or other means and establishing the qualifications of persons entitled to vote thereat, setting the fiscal year of the Institute, and determining the place where the head office of the Institute shall be located;

 

 

(h) developing, establishing, maintaining and administering criteria for the certification and registration of certified professional purchasers;

 

(i) respecting and governing the management and disposition of trust, charitable or benevolent funds committed to the care of the Institute or the Board;

(j) authorizing the making of cooperative, affiliation and other arrangements and agreements with any institution, person, corporation, council, organization, government, or professional body in any jurisdiction;

 

(k) creating and organizing local regions, branches or other subsections of the Institute and governing the management of such regions, branches and subsections;

(l) approving or accrediting schools, courses of study, educational programs or examinations in professional purchasing, procurement, materials management and supply management and establishing terms and conditions for approval or continued approval of such schools, courses of study, educational programs and examinations, including basic standards of curricula;

(m) developing, establishing, maintaining and administering

(i) standards for education programs leading to certification as a certified professional purchaser,

(ii) standards for continuing education and the participation therein of certified professional purchasers,

(iii) standards for the profession of professional purchasing,

(iv) Rules of Ethics or Conduct for certified professional purchasers.

 

(n) defining any terms used in this Act;

 

(o) respecting and governing such other subjects, matters and things as the Board considers appropriate to administer this Act or to advance or protect the interests of the public, the Institute and the members,

and subject to subsection (2) hereof, such bylaws shall be valid, binding and effective from the date of the Board’s resolution enacting the bylaw, and where a bylaw is amended, it continues in effect in the form in which it is amended.

 

5(2) Bylaws relating to matters described in paragraphs (a), (b), (h), and (m), of subsection (1) shall not be effective or be acted upon until confirmed by an ordinary resolution at an annual, special or general meeting of the Institute and where a bylaw is amended by ordinary resolution passed at such a meeting it becomes effective in the form in which it is amended.

 

5(3) Any amendment or repeal of a bylaw by the Board shall be made by bylaw.

5(4) The Board shall cause the text of any bylaw enacted by it to be sent to the members within 30 days of the resolution of the Board enacting such bylaw.

5(5) No act or thing done in reliance on, or right acquired under or pursuant to, a bylaw or rule that is subsequently repealed or amended shall be prejudicially affected by such repeal or amendment.

 

 

 

 

6 Unless this Act or the bylaws otherwise provide, the Board may by resolution make any rules not contrary to the bylaws regulating any of the aspects, subjects or matters of the business or affairs of the Institute and the profession of professional purchasing as may be governed by bylaw and any such rule shall be valid, binding and effective from the date of the resolution of the Board.

 

 

7 The Regulations Act, chapter R-7.1 of the Revised Statutes, 1973, does not apply to the Institute, the Board or any bylaw, rule or resolution made by the Institute or the Board.

 

8(1) There may be an Executive Committee of the Board, composed of members of the Board, that, between meetings of the Board or at such other times as may be prescribed, may carry out any of the duties and exercise any of the powers and privileges of the Board, and the Executive Committee shall carry out such other duties as may be assigned to it from time to time by the Board.

8(2) The number of members of the Executive Committee, their respective terms of office, the manner of their appointment or election and their qualifications shall be established and governed by the bylaws.

9(1) The Board shall appoint a Registrar who shall hold office during the pleasure of the Board.

9(2) The Board may appoint an Executive Director who shall hold office during the pleasure of the Board and shall at all times be subject to the directions of the Board.

9(3) The offices of Registrar and Executive Director may both be held by one person at the same time.

PART III

CERTIFICATION AND MEMBERSHIP

10(1) The Registrar shall keep or cause to be kept a register in which shall be entered the name and address of every person who has met the qualifications for registration as a certified professional purchaser under this Act, the bylaws and rules and is thereby entitled to engage in the profession of professional purchasing in the Province.

 

10(2) The register may be divided into such parts known as rosters, as may be prescribed, in which shall be entered the names and addresses of persons qualified under the bylaws and rules for such classifications, categories and levels of registration and membership as may be prescribed.

10(3) The register shall be open for inspection by any person at the head office of the Institute at all reasonable times during regular business hours, free of charge, but any officer or employee of the Institute may refuse any person access to or the privilege of inspecting the said register if there is cause to believe that such person is seeking access or inspection primarily for commercial purposes or purposes unrelated to the carrying on of the profession of a particular certified professional purchaser.

11 Any person whose name is entered in the register as a certified professional purchaser, subject to any conditions, limitations or restrictions set out in the bylaws, is entitled to engage in the profession of professional purchasing in the Province, to hold themselves out as a certified professional purchaser and to use the designations "CPP" or "a.p.a.", or such other designations as may be prescribed, indicating that the person is a certified professional purchaser.

12(1) The Registrar shall remove or cause the removal of the name of any person from the register or any roster who fails to meet or maintain the qualifications and standards for entry in the register or such roster.

12(2) The registration of a certified professional purchaser shall terminate and cease to have effect when that person’s name is removed from the register.

13(1) The Registrar shall issue or cause to be issued annually or at such other times as may be determined by the Board a membership card or certificate of registration or a validation seal to be affixed to a previously issued card or certificate to persons whose names are entered in the register, and each such card, certificate or validation seal shall state the date on which it expires and any conditions, limitations or restrictions applicable to the registration of the person in respect of whom the certificate or validation seal is issued.

13(2) No person shall be entitled to have his or her name entered in the register or to receive a membership card, certificate or validation seal unless such person

(a) has satisfied the requirements for registration as may be prescribed, and

(b) has paid all applicable prescribed fees.

 

13(3) Any person whose registration has been subjected to conditions, limited, restricted, revoked or suspended shall without demand forthwith deliver his or her membership card, certificate of registration and validation seals to the Registrar.

 

14(1) A statement certified under the hand of the Registrar respecting the records of the Institute or the registration of any person is admissible in evidence in any proceeding as prima facie proof of the facts set out in such certificate relating to the registration and membership of any such person or lack thereof and any condition, limitation or restriction in respect of the registration of any such person.

14(2) An applicant for registration who,

 

 

 

 

 

(a) fulfils the requirements for approved professional purchasing experience and education prescribed,

(b) provides satisfactory evidence of good character,

(c) pays the fees prescribed, and

(d) meets such other criteria as may be prescribed

following consideration of the application by the Registrar shall be entitled to become registered as a certified professional purchaser and to have his or her name entered in the part of the register that the Registrar determines to be appropriate.

14(3) Every person who engages a person as a certified professional purchaser and every agency or registry that procures employment or work for a person as a certified professional purchaser shall ensure at the time of engagement or employment that the person is the holder of a current certificate of registration under this Act.

 

PART IV

DISCIPLINE AND ETHICS

15 In this Part "complaint" means any complaint, report or allegation in writing and signed by the complainant regarding the conduct, actions, competence, character, fitness, health or ability of a member, and "member" includes a former member, and any person whose name is or was entered in the register or a roster of the Institute.

 

16(1) The Board shall cause an investigation to be carried out by the Ethics Committee of every complaint received, if the complaint in substance alleges that a member

(a) has been guilty of:

(i) misconduct as a professional purchaser;

 

(ii) conduct unbecoming a member including any conduct that might adversely affect the standing or good name of the profession or the Institute;

(iii) incompetence;

(iv) any conduct in breach of the provisions of this Act, the bylaws or the rules; or

 

(v) dishonesty; or

(b) is suffering from any incapacity as defined in section 2 of this Act, ailment, habit or condition, rendering the member unfit or incapable, in the interests of the public or the member, of carrying on the profession of professional purchasing.

16(2) All complaints against a member received by the Institute or the Board shall be delivered forthwith to the Chairperson of the Ethics Committee and a copy of the same shall immediately be forwarded to the member.

17(1) The Board shall maintain a standing committee known as the Ethics Committee, which in this section shall be referred to as the "Committee".

17(2) The Committee shall be composed of members but none of the Committee members shall be a director of the Institute.

17(3) The quorum, number of Committee members, their terms of office, qualifications and the manner of their appointment shall be established and governed by the bylaws and the bylaws may regulate the powers, procedures, functions and operations of the Committee and may permit the establishment of panels of the Committee to act for and to carry out and exercise all the duties and powers of the Committee.

 

17(4) The Board shall appoint one of the members of the Committee who shall be a certified professional purchaser to be the Chairperson of the Committee.

17(5) The Committee shall conduct its proceedings in accordance with its own rules of procedure and may do all things and engage such persons including legal counsel it deems necessary to provide for the investigation, hearing and consideration of any complaint or appeal and in no case is the Committee bound to follow the technical rules of evidence or procedure applicable in judicial proceedings.

17(6) The Committee shall

(a) consider complaints referred to it;

(b) cause such investigation of complaints as it deems necessary or desirable; and

(c) perform such other duties as may be assigned to it by the Board.

17(7) The Committee shall consider the complaint, hear the evidence, ascertain the facts and make a decision with respect to the merits of each complaint as to whether the member is guilty of a matter described in paragraph 16(1)(a), or is suffering from an incapacity, ailment, habit or condition described in paragraph 16(1)(b) in such manner as it deems fit;

17(8) After reviewing all of the evidence presented to it the Committee may as part of its decision with respect to the merits of any complaint

 

(a) order that the member’s certification or membership be suspended for a specific period of time during which the member shall have their name removed from the register or any roster in which the member’s name may be entered;

(b) order that the member’s certification or membership be suspended pending the satisfaction and completion of such conditions as may be ordered by the Committee;

(c) order that the member’s certification or membership be revoked and the member’s name be removed from the register, or any roster in which the member’s name may be entered;

(d) order that conditions, restrictions or limitations be imposed on the member’s certification or membership and inform the member’s employer, if any;

 

(e) issue a reprimand;

(f) dismiss the complaint;

(g) impose such fine as the Committee considers appropriate, not exceeding $5,000 to be paid by the member to the Institute for the use of the Institute and such fine may be recovered by the Institute by civil action for debt;

 

(h) order that the imposition of any penalty be suspended or postponed for such period of time and upon such terms and conditions as the Committee deems appropriate;

 

(i) order that the decision of the Committee or notice thereof be published in such manner as the Committee deems fit;

(j) attempt to resolve informally any complaint if the Committee deems it appropriate; or

(k) make such other order as it deems just, including without limitation, an order combining two or more of the orders set out in paragraphs (a) to (j).

17(9) Before commencing any investigation or hearing into any complaint, the Committee may order that security for costs be paid to the Institute by the complainant in such amount and on such terms as the Committee may deem just and the Committee shall not be obligated to proceed with any investigation or hearing until such security for costs is paid.

17(10) Notwithstanding any other provision in this Act, if at any time a member admits any allegation in a complaint alleging a matter set out in subsection 16(1), and the member waives in writing the right to any other or further hearing or proceedings under this Act, the Committee may

 

 

(a) agree to cancel all hearings or proceedings and to accept the member’s resignation on such terms and conditions as the Committee may specify; or

(b) make any order, finding or decision that may be under sections 17 and 28.

 

18(1) Upon the application of

(a) any party to a hearing by the Ethics Committee;

(b) the Chairperson of the Ethics Committee;

(c) legal counsel for the Institute or the Ethics Committee;

and on payment of any fees prescribed, the Registrar may sign and issue writs of subpoena ad testificandum or subpoena duces tecum in prescribed form for the purpose of procuring and compelling the attendance and evidence of witnesses and the production of things relating to matters in question before the Ethics Committee.

18(2) The proceedings and penalties in the case of disobedience to any writ of subpoena issued hereunder shall be the same as in the case of disobedience of a Summons to Witness in civil cases in The Court of Queen’s Bench of New Brunswick.

 

 

18(3) The testimony of witnesses shall be taken under oath or solemn affirmation which any member of the Ethics Committee is authorized to administer.

18(4) The burden of proof in all proceedings before the Ethics Committee shall be the balance of probabilities.

18(5) The Registrar may without hearing suspend the certification or membership of a member if the Registrar has reasonable and probable grounds for believing that the member in question has been convicted of any criminal offence of such kind or type that the Registrar is of the opinion that the continued certification or membership of the member in question would immediately affect the good name of the Institute or the profession of professional purchasing and upon the Registrar ordering the suspension a copy of such order thereof shall be forwarded to the Ethics Committee as a complaint and the Ethics Committee shall immediately forward a copy thereof to the member.

19(1) In all proceedings before the Ethics Committee the member against whom a complaint has been made or in respect of whom an investigation has been commenced

(a) may present evidence or make representations in either English or French;

(b) may be represented by legal counsel, at the member’s own expense;

(c) shall be entitled, subject to paragraph 17(5), to a full right to examine, cross-examine and re-examine witnesses in accordance with the rules of procedure established by the Committee;

(d) shall be entitled to receive copies of all documents presented to the Committee in connection with the complaint or investigation unless such documents are privileged by law;

(e) shall be entitled to at least fourteen days’ written notice of the date of the first hearing of the Committee; and

(f) shall receive prompt notice of and a copy of the decision rendered.

19(2) The one year referred to in section 25 does not apply to any discipline proceeding under Part IV of this Act.

PART V

APPEALS

20(1) If,

(a) a complainant or a member against whom a complaint has been made is dissatisfied with a decision of the Ethics Committee, or

(b) an applicant for certification is dissatisfied with a decision of the Registrar, after such decision has been considered, at the request of the applicant, by the Board or the Executive Committee, as the case may be,

such person may, by serving a written notice of appeal on the Registrar and the Clerk of The Court of Queen’s Bench of New Brunswick in the judicial district in which the head office of the Institute is located and upon any other party to the appeal, within thirty days of the date on which notice of the said decision was mailed to the last known address of such person, appeal the decision to the Court.

20(2) Any notice of appeal given under the provisions of this section shall set forth the grounds of appeal and shall state the relief sought.

20(3) There shall be no appeal from any decision, order or finding of the Institute, the Registrar, the Board or any Committee, officer, employee, or agent of the Institute or the Board or any other person or body authorized to make decisions, orders or findings under this Act, the bylaws or rules, as the case may be, except appeals authorized or mentioned in subsection (1).

 

21(1) In any appeal under this Act the Registrar shall obtain a transcript or such other record as exists of the evidence presented to the decision making body or person from whom the appeal is taken and shall prepare and present to the Court a record on appeal consisting of the transcript or such other record as exists, all exhibits and the order or other document evidencing the decision being appealed.

 

21(2) The Registrar shall provide the appellant and any other person entitled by the bylaws to participate in the appeal with a copy of the record on appeal upon payment by the appellant or such other person of the costs and disbursements of producing such copy.

22(1) The Court may make any order or decision that the decision making body or person appealed from may make and may make such order as to costs as may be just.

22(2) The Rules of Court governing civil appeals to the New Brunswick Court of Appeal which are not inconsistent with this Act shall apply mutatis mutandis to appeals to the Court under this Part and the Institute shall have standing to appear and participate in any appeals to the Court.

 

 

22(3) Notwithstanding that an appeal to the Court may have been instituted in respect of a decision or order, that decision or order shall continue to be valid and binding and no stay of proceedings may be granted prior to the hearing of the appeal.

22(4) Before hearing an appeal the Court may order that security for costs be paid to the Institute by the appellant in such amount and upon such terms as the Court may deem just.

PART VI

ENFORCEMENT

23 Except as provided in this Act or the bylaws, no person other than a person whose name is entered in the register shall

(a) publicly or privately, whether or not for hire, gain or hope of reward hold himself out in any way as being a certified professional purchaser, or

 

(b) assume or use any title, name, designation, initials or description, including "certified professional purchaser", "certified procurement professional", "CPP" or "a.p.a." and those referred to in this Act, that does or could lead the public to believe that person is a member of the Institute or a certified professional purchaser.

 

24 A person who violates or fails to comply with any provision of this Act commits an offence that is punishable under Part II of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act as a category C offence.

 

25 The Board may institute and carry on or authorize any person to institute and carry on the prosecution of an offence under this Act provided that no prosecution by the Board or any other person for an offence under this Act shall be commenced after the expiration of one year from the date of the last act that is part of the alleged offence.

26 Where a member or former member or an applicant for certification does or attempts to do anything contrary to the provisions of this Act or any bylaw or rule made under the authority of this Act or any other person does or attempts to do anything contrary to the provisions of this Act, the doing of such thing may be restrained by an injunction of The Court of Queen’s Bench of New Brunswick at the instance of the Board acting in the name of the Institute.

EXEMPTIONS

27 Nothing in this Act applies to or prevents the practice of purchasing by any person so long as he or she does not use the designations, titles and initials used in this Act and does not in any way hold himself or herself out as a member of the Institute or as a certified professional purchaser.

 

PART VII

GENERAL

28(1) The Ethics Committee, or on appeal, the Court, may order that the costs of any investigation, proceeding, hearing or appeal under any provision of this Act be paid to any one or more of the Institute or the parties, in whole or part

 

(a) by the member against whom the complaint was made, except where the complaint is completely dismissed without any other decision, finding or order adverse to that member; or

 

 

(b) by the complainant or person at whose request the complaint was made or an investigation was commenced where the Committee or Court is of the opinion that the complaint or investigation was unwarranted; and

may make it a condition of the certification of any member that such costs be paid forthwith.

28(2) The costs payable under subsection (1) may be taxed without a hearing by the registrar of The Court of Queen’s Bench of New Brunswick between solicitor and client on filing with the registrar the order as to costs and on payment of any required fees, and judgment may be entered for such taxed costs in form A of this Act with necessary modifications.

 

29 The Institute, the Board and any Committee thereof may act as trustee or custodian of any funds or property that may be committed for any purpose to the care or management of the Institute.

30 The Institute, Board and any committee thereof may conduct meetings by telephone or other communication facilities in the manner and on the terms and conditions established by the bylaws or rules and persons participating in a meeting by such means shall be deemed to be present in person at that meeting.

31 A resolution, report, recommendation, decision, finding or order of the Board or any committee of the Institute or the Board in writing signed by all directors, members or persons entitled to vote on such resolution, report, recommendation, decision, finding or order, or signed counterparts thereof, is as valid as if passed, enacted, determined or made at a meeting of the Board, or such committee.

32 None of the Institute, the Board, and any committees thereof or any member, officer or employee of any of the foregoing bodies shall be liable for any loss or damage of any kind suffered or incurred by any person as a result of anything done or not done, any proceedings taken, or any order made or enforced by it or them in good faith in the administration of or under this Act and the bylaws.

 

33 Whenever notice is required or permitted to be made or given under the Act or the bylaws, any such notice shall be deemed to have been received seven days after the mailing by ordinary mail of any such notice to the last known address of the person to whom it is directed.

34 Words importing the feminine gender shall include the masculine gender and vice versa wherever the context of this Act so requires.

PART VIII

TRANSITIONAL

35 An Act Respecting the Purchasing Management Association of Canada, chapter 77 of the Acts of New Brunswick, 1988, is repealed.

36 Until repealed, altered or amended under this Act, any bylaw, regulation, resolution or rule made, or fees prescribed, of the "New Brunswick Institute of the Purchasing Management Association of Canada", an unincorporated association, in force at the commencement of this Act, shall notwithstanding any conflict with this Act continue in force and have effect as if made under this Act by the New Brunswick Purchasing Management Institute.

 

37 The name and address of every person who at the coming into force of this Act is a member recorded in the membership records of the "New Brunswick Institute of the Purchasing Management Association of Canada", an unincorporated association, pursuant to the bylaws and constitution thereof, shall be entered in the register in such roster as may be designated by the Board.

 

Form A

IN THE COURT OF QUEEN’S BENCH
OF NEW BRUNSWICK

JUDGMENT

(The Ethics Committee or the Court as the case may be) having on the ___ day of _____________, A.D. 19___, ordered that A.B. pay the costs of _____________ on an investigation, proceeding, hearing or appeal of a complaint made by C.D. (or that C.D. pay the costs of ____________ on an investigation, proceeding, hearing or appeal of a complaint made by the said C.D.); and

The costs including disbursements of (A.B. or C.D. or ___________ as the case may be), having been taxed by the Registrar of The Court of Queen’s Bench of New Brunswick on the ___ day of _____________, A.D. 19___;

It is this day adjudged that A.B. or C.D. or ______ _____________(as the case may be) recover from A.B. or C.D. the sum of $___________________.

DATED this ____ day of ____________________, 19___.

 

 

Registrar,

The Court of Queen’s Bench of New Brunswick