College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants Act
Marginal note:Decision on complaint
69 (1) After the hearing of a complaint, the Discipline Committee must determine whether the licensee has committed professional misconduct or was incompetent.
Marginal note:Dismissal of complaint
(2) If the Discipline Committee determines that the licensee did not commit professional misconduct or was not incompetent, the Committee must dismiss the complaint.
Marginal note:Professional misconduct or incompetence
(3) If the Discipline Committee determines that the licensee has committed professional misconduct or was incompetent, the Committee may, in its decision,
(a) impose conditions or restrictions on the licensee’s licence;
(b) suspend the licensee’s licence for not more than the prescribed period or until specified conditions are met, or both;
(c) revoke the licensee’s licence;
(d) require the licensee to pay a penalty of not more than the prescribed amount to the College; or
(e) take or require any other action set out in the regulations.
Marginal note:Decision and reasons in writing
(4) The Discipline Committee must give its decision and the reasons for it in writing.
Marginal note:Decision and reasons available to public
(5) Subject to the regulations, the decision and the reasons for it must be made available to the public on the College’s website and in any other manner that the College considers appropriate.
Marginal note:Notice to Registrar
(6) The Discipline Committee must provide a copy of its decision to the Registrar.
Marginal note:Payment into compensation fund
(7) If a decision made by the Discipline Committee under subsection (3) requires that a licensee pay a penalty to the College, the amount of the penalty is to be paid into the compensation fund referred to in section 13.
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