Medical Act

 

40(1) A medical practitioner who holds a licence is, subject to any condition or limitation contained in his licence, and subject to subsection 26(5), entitled to practise medicine in the Province and to demand and recover in any court of law with full costs of suit, reasonable charges for professional services rendered, and the costs of any medicine or medical appliances rendered or supplied to any person.

40(2) A professional corporation which holds a licence is, subject to any condition or limitation contained in its licence, entitled to demand and recover in any court of law with full costs of suit, reasonable charges for services performed on its behalf and in its name by a medical practitioner who holds a licence, and the costs of any medicine or medical appliances rendered or supplied to any person.

40(3) Repealed

40(4) The licence or specialist's licence of a member or associate member may only be surrendered by the member or associate member after notice in writing to the Council, and with the consent of Council.

40(5) A person may be struck from a register, on his initiative, only after notice in writing to the Council, and with the consent of the Council.

40(6) Where a member or associate member ceases to be a member or associate member for any reason, or where a person ceases to be registered or licensed for any reason, such person remains subject to the jurisdiction of the College in respect of any disciplinary matter arising out of his conduct while a member or associate member, or while registered.