I-8.3, r. 3 - By-law respecting the signing of certain documents of the Société québécoise des infrastructures

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chapter I-8.3, r. 3
By-law respecting the signing of certain documents of the Société québécoise des infrastructures
SOCIÉTÉ IMMOBILIÈRE DU QUÉBEC — SIGNING OF CERTAIN DOCUMENTS
Public Infrastructure Act
(chapter I-8.3, ss. 157 and 158).
I-8.3
September 11 2014
Replaced (The board of directors of the Société has adopted a new by-law not published in the Gazette Officielle du Québec).
The former alphanumerical designation of this Regulation was: chapter S-17.1, r. 2.1.
O.C. 879-2011; I.N. 2014-12-01.
1. The holders of the positions or the officers responsible for the duties hereinafter designated are authorized to sign the documents listed after their respective designation, and their signature is binding on the Société québécoise des infrastructures as if they had been signed by the president and chief executive officer of the Société.
The same applies to persons authorized to hold the positions or perform the duties temporarily.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 1.
2. The vice-presidents and the secretary general of the Société québécoise des infrastructures are authorized to sign all the documents referred to in this By-law and any other deed or document including, but not limited to, cheques, drafts, orders of payment, promissory notes, bonds, bankers’ acceptances, bills of exchange, bank transfers and other negotiable instruments.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 2.
3. The operations assistant vice-president is authorized to sign
(1)  temporary occupancy agreements, parking space agreements, access to immovable property agreements, proposals to clients and occupancy agreements and their riders;
(2)  leases where the annual rent is less than $1,000,000 and riders where the amount is less than $500,000;
(3)  construction contracts, concession contracts and contracts for services other than professional services, where the amount is less than $1,000,000;
(4)  deeds of receipt of a work concerning a contract where the amount is less than $1,000,000;
(5)  supply contracts where the amount is less than $250,000;
(6)  contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $250,000;
(7)  contracts for the alienation of movable property where the amount is less than $250,000;
(8)  contracts for the alienation of immovable property where the amount is less than $250,000; and
(9)  customer program changes, orders for changes and riders to construction contracts, concession contracts, contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $100,000, supply contracts where the amount is less than $25,000 and contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $25,000.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 3.
4. Directors are authorized to sign
(1)  construction contracts, concession contracts, contracts for services, supply contracts and contracts for the alienation of movable property, where the amount is less than $50,000;
(2)  leases where the annual rent is less than $50,000 and riders where the amount is less than $50,000; and
(3)  customer program changes, orders for changes and riders to construction contracts, concession contracts, contracts for services and supply contracts, where the amount is less than $5,000.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 4.
5. Assistant directors are authorized to sign
(1)  construction contracts, concession contracts, contracts for services, supply contracts and contracts for the alienation of movable property, where the amount is less than $25,000;
(2)  leases where the annual rent is less than $25,000 and riders where the amount is less than $25,000; and
(3)  customer program changes, orders for changes and riders to construction contracts, concession contracts, contracts for services and supply contracts, where the amount is less than $2,500.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 5.
6. Service managers are authorized to sign
(1)  proposals to clients, construction contracts, supply contracts and contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $25,000;
(2)  deeds of receipt of a work concerning a contract where the amount is less than $25,000;
(3)  contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $10,000; and
(4)  customer program changes, orders for changes and riders to construction contracts, supply contracts, contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $2,500 and contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $1,000.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 6.
7. The expertise and project management support service manager and the project support office director are authorized to sign
(1)  construction contracts and contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $375,000;
(2)  deeds of receipt of a work concerning a contract where the amount is less than $375,000;
(3)  supply contracts where the amount is less than $75,000;
(4)  contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $75,000; and
(5)  orders for changes and riders to construction contracts and contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $37,500 and to contracts for professional services and supply contracts where the amount is less than $7,500.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 7.
8. The director of financial administration and the assistant director of financial administration are authorized to sign cheques, drafts, orders of payment, promissory notes, bonds, bankers’ acceptances, bills of exchange, bank transfers and other negotiable instruments.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 8.
9. The executive director of coordination and operational support, immovable property directors, the director of planning and coordination spaces and the director of operational support are authorized to sign
(1)  temporary occupancy agreements, parking space agreements, access to immovable property agreements, proposals to clients and occupancy agreements and their riders;
(2)  leases where the annual rent is less than $500,000 and riders where the amount is less than $500,000;
(3)  construction contracts, concession contracts and contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $500,000;
(4)  deeds of receipt of a work concerning a contract where the amount is less than $500,000;
(5)  supply contracts where the amount is less than $100,000;
(6)  contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $50,000;
(7)  contracts for the alienation of movable property where the amount is less than $50,000;
(8)  contracts for the alienation of immovable property where the amount is less than $10,000; and
(9)  customer program changes, orders for changes and riders to construction contracts, concession contracts, contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $50,000, supply contracts where the amount is less than $10,000 and contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $5,000.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 9.
10. Immovable property counsellors and space management coordinators are authorized to sign
(1)  proposals to clients;
(2)  occupancy agreements and their riders;
(3)  construction contracts where the amount is less than $100,000;
(4)  contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $10,000;
(5)  contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $25,000;
(6)  supply contracts where the amount is less than $10,000;
(7)  deeds of receipt of a work concerning a contract where the amount is less than $100,000; and
(8)  customer program changes, orders for changes and riders to construction contracts where the amount is less than $10,000, to contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $2,500 and to supply contracts and contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $1,000.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 10.
11. Coordinating operations engineers, operations engineers, project managers, project management coordinators and immovable property management coordinators are authorized to sign
(1)  proposals to clients and construction contracts where the amount is less than $100,000;
(2)  contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $10,000;
(3)  contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $50,000;
(4)  supply contracts where the amount is less than $25,000;
(5)  deeds of receipt of a work concerning a contract where the amount is less than $100,000; and
(6)  customer program changes, orders for changes and riders to construction contracts where the amount is less than $10,000, to contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $5,000, to supply contracts where the amount is less than $2,500 and to contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $1,000.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 11.
12. Intermediate project managers are authorized to sign
(1)  proposals to clients and construction contracts where the amount is less than $75,000;
(2)  contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $7,500;
(3)  contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $35,000;
(4)  supply contracts where the amount is less than $15,000;
(5)  deeds of receipt of a work concerning a contract where the amount is less than $75,000; and
(6)  customer program changes, orders for changes and riders to construction contracts where the amount is less than $7,500, to contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $3,500, to supply contracts where the amount is less than $1,500 and to contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $750.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 12.
13. Immovable property technicians, architecture and planning technicians, project management technicians, the central coordinating technician and security technicians are authorized to sign
(1)  proposals to clients, construction contracts and contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $25,000;
(2)  supply contracts where the amount is less than $10,000;
(3)  deeds of receipt of a work concerning a contract where the amount is less than $25,000; and
(4)  customer program changes, orders for changes and riders to construction contracts and contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $2,500 and to supply contracts where the amount is less than $1,000.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 13.
14. Supply technicians are authorized to sign
(1)  supply contracts where the amount is less than $10,000;
(2)  contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $25,000;
(3)  contracts for the alienation of movable property where the amount is less than $10,000; and
(4)  riders to supply contracts where the amount is less than $1,000 and to contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $2,500.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 14.
15. Operations support technicians and leasing technicians are authorized to sign
(1)  proposals to clients and construction contracts and contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $5,000;
(2)  supply contracts where the amount is less than $2,000;
(3)  deeds of receipt of a work concerning a contract where the amount is less than $5,000; and
(4)  customer program changes, orders for changes and riders to construction contracts and contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $500, and riders to supply contracts where the amount is less than $200.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 15.
16. Supervisors are authorized to sign supply contracts where the amount is less than $2,000.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 16.
17. Warehousemen are authorized to sign
(1)  supply contracts where the amount is less than $5,000;
(2)  contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $2,000;
(3)  contracts for the alienation of movable property where the amount is less than $2,500; and
(4)  orders for changes and riders to supply contracts where the amount is less than $500.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 17.
18. Development directors, the expertise and project management support director, project management directors and the planning and expertise director are authorized to sign
(1)  construction contracts and contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $500,000;
(2)  deeds of receipt of a work concerning a contract where the amount is less than $500,000;
(3)  supply contracts where the amount is less than $100,000;
(4)  contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $100,000; and
(5)  orders for changes and riders to construction contracts and contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $50,000, and to contracts for professional services and supply contracts where the amount is less than $10,000.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 18.
19. Major project directors are only authorized to sign
(1)  construction contracts and contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $250,000;
(2)  supply contracts where the amount is less than $50,000;
(3)  contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $50,000;
(4)  deeds of receipt of a work concerning a contract where the amount is less than $250,000; and
(5)  program changes, orders for changes and riders to construction contracts and contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $25,000, to supply contracts and to contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $5,000.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 19.
20. Architects, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, civil and structural engineers, architectural, mechanical and electrical project coordinators are authorized to sign
(1)  contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $10,000;
(2)  contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $50,000; and
(3)  orders for changes and riders to contracts for services other than professional services where the amount is less than $5,000, and to contracts for professional services where the amount is less than $1,000.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 20.
21. The general director in charge of information technology is authorized to sign
(1)  supply contracts and contracts for services where the amount is less than $300,000 and riders where the amount is less than $30,000; and
(2)  contracts for the alienation of movable property where the amount is less than $100,000.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 21.
22. The person in charge of office systems is authorized to sign supply contracts where the amount is less than $1,000.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 22.
23. Financial statement analysts and the treasury and financial management technician are authorized to sign bank transfers.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 23.
24. The signatures of the president and chief executive officer, the vice-president for finance and the secretary general may be affixed by means of an automatic device and a facsimile of their signatures may be engraved, lithographed or printed on the following documents:
(1)  cheques for an amount of less than $50,000;
(2)  employee paycheques; and
(3)  cheques, drafts, orders of payment, promissory notes, bonds, bills of exchange, or other negotiable instruments used in connection with the Société’s financing operations.
O.C. 879-2011, s. 24.
25. This By-law replaces the By-law respecting the signing of certain documents of the Société immobilière du Québec (chapter S-17.1, r. 2).
O.C. 879-2011, s. 25.
26. (Omitted).
O.C. 879-2011, s. 26.
REFERENCES
O.C. 879-2011, 2011 G.O. 2, 2591
S.Q. 2013, c. 23, s. 164