Renewing a Public Practice Permit

All Public Practices must renew their registration with CPA New Brunswick each year.

All Public Practices must renew their registration with CPA New Brunswick each year.

To renew a public practice permit, a CPA member must submit a completed Public Practice Renewal form. This form requires information about the public practice, such as the names of all practice leaders and CPA members working within the practice, as well as other relevant information.

If any changes have occurred in the public practice, the member must indicate all changes on the renewal form and include a copy of the new or amended documents, if any.

Please note that “Any holder of a Public Practice must inform the Registrar of any changes in the particulars set forth in the application for the Public Practice Permit within thirty days of the change” (By-Law 17.08).

The information collected will be used for the preparation of invoices for public practice fees covering the period of April 1st to March 31st of the current year. The invoices will be available to members through the CPA Web Services Portal by no later than the end of February each year.

A new public practice permit for the year will be sent to the member after the public practice fees have been paid and proof of an updated professional liability insurance policy has been received, along with successful continued practice inspections.