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Limited Liability Partnerships Regulations made under Section 71 of the
R.S.N.S. 1989, c. 334
O.I.C. 2003-552 (December 19, 2003, effective January 1, 2004), N.S. Reg. 221/2003
1 These regulations may be cited as the Limited Liability Partnerships Regulations.
Chartered accountants are permitted to practise in limited liability partnerships
2 The profession of a chartered accountant, as governed by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nova Scotia pursuant to the Chartered Accountants Act, is permitted to be practised in a limited liability partnership.
[Note: Effective August 2, 2016, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nova Scotia is dissolved by clause 3(3)(b) and the Chartered Accountants Act repealed by Section 143 of the Chartered Professional Accountants Act, S.N.S. 2015, c. 30.]
Barristers are permitted to practise in limited liability partnerships
3 The profession of a barrister, as governed by the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society pursuant to the Barristers and Solicitors Act, is permitted to be practised in a limited liability partnership.
Certified general accountants are permitted to practise in limited liability partnerships
4 The profession of a certified general accountant, as governed by the Certified General Accountants Association of Nova Scotia pursuant to the Certified General Accountants Act, is permitted to be practised in a limited liability partnership.