A-7.003, r. 1 - Regulation respecting the signing of certain deeds, documents and writings of the Agence du revenu du Québec

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31. (Revoked).
M.O. 2012-01-20, s. 31; M.O. 2014-10-30, s. 12; 2016-10-12M.O. 2016-10-12, s. 14; 2017-08-29M.O. 2017-08-29, s. 28.
31. A financial management officer, a socioeconomic research and planning officer or a computer and administrative processes analyst who is governed by the collective labour agreement for professionals is authorized to sign any document in connection with
(1)  the obtaining of documents in order to take jurisdiction;
(2)  the notice of quality referred to in article 699 of the Civil Code or in section 16 of the Unclaimed Property Act (chapter B-5.1);
(3)  the notice of closure of inventory referred to in article 795 of the Civil Code, the notice of closure of account referred to in article 822 of the Code or the notice of end of liquidation referred to in article 700 of the Code;
(4)  the notice setting out the Minister of Revenue’s capacity as administrator of every immovable entrusted to the Minister of Revenue’s administration in the manner provided for in section 17 of the Unclaimed Property Act, and cancellation of the notice in the manner provided for in that section;
(5)  the valuation and safekeeping of unclaimed property;
(6)  the sale of any movable property at auction, through a third person or by mutual agreement;
(7)  the abandonment or destruction of any movable property in accordance with the procedures in force;
(8)  a lease, as lessor;
(9)  an offer to purchase immovable property in accordance with the terms of sale approved by a service head at the Direction des successions non réclamées;
(10)  renewal of a hypothec on an immovable, up to $50,000;
(11)  a claim, acceptance of an indemnity or discharge in matters of insurance, up to $50,000;
(12)  the discharge of any sum relating to a debt or the release of security, up to $5,000;
(13)  the approval of a claim against unclaimed property, up to $5,000;
(14)  the sale of any security in registered form and the opening, transfer or closing of an account with a broker or another third person, in case of unclaimed successions, up to a value not in excess of $5,000;
(15)  the security deed in relation to securities, for the purpose of obtaining a duplicate of a lost or destroyed certificate;
(16)  the filing of fiscal returns;
(17)  the redirection of mail or the termination of service by the postmaster;
(18)  the rendering of accounts and the handing over of property of a value not in excess of $5,000 to persons entitled to it on termination of the administration of the Minister of Revenue; and
(19)  any services contract for an amount not exceeding $1,000.
M.O. 2012-01-20, s. 31; M.O. 2014-10-30, s. 12; 2016-10-12M.O. 2016-10-12, s. 14.
31. A financial management officer, a socioeconomic research and planning officer or a computer and administrative processes analyst who is governed by the collective labour agreement for professionals is authorized to sign any document in connection with
(1)  the obtaining of documents in order to take jurisdiction;
(2)  the notice of quality referred to in article 699 of the Civil Code or in section 16 of the Unclaimed Property Act (chapter B-5.1);
(3)  the notice of closure of inventory referred to in article 795 of the Civil Code, the notice of closure of account referred to in article 822 of the Code or the notice of end of liquidation referred to in article 700 of the Code;
(4)  the notice setting out the Minister of Revenue’s capacity as administrator of every immovable entrusted to the Minister of Revenue’s administration in the manner provided for in section 17 of the Unclaimed Property Act, and cancellation of the notice in the manner provided for in that section;
(5)  the valuation and safekeeping of unclaimed property;
(6)  the sale of any movable property at auction, through a third person or by mutual agreement;
(7)  the abandonment or destruction of any movable property in accordance with the procedures in force;
(8)  a lease, as lessor;
(9)  an offer to purchase immovable property in accordance with the conditions of the sale determined by the director of unclaimed successions;
(10)  renewal of a hypothec on an immovable, up to $50,000;
(11)  a claim, acceptance of an indemnity or discharge in matters of insurance, up to $50,000;
(12)  the discharge of any sum relating to a debt or the release of security, up to $5,000;
(13)  the approval of a claim against unclaimed property, up to $5,000;
(14)  the sale of any security in registered form and the opening, transfer or closing of an account with a broker, in case of unclaimed successions, up to a value not in excess of $5,000;
(15)  the security deed in relation to securities, for the purpose of obtaining a duplicate of a lost or destroyed certificate;
(16)  the filing of fiscal returns;
(17)  the redirection of mail or the termination of service by the postmaster;
(18)  the rendering of accounts and the handing over of property of a value not in excess of $5,000 to persons entitled to it on termination of the administration of the Minister of Revenue; and
(19)  any services contract for an amount not exceeding $1,000.
M.O. 2012-01-20, s. 31; M.O. 2014-10-30, s. 12.
31. A financial management officer, a socioeconomic research and planning officer, a computer and administrative processes analyst or an administrative attaché who is governed by the collective labour agreement for professionals is authorized to sign any document in connection with
(1)  the obtaining of documents in order to take jurisdiction;
(2)  the notice of quality referred to in article 699 of the Civil Code or in section 16 of the Unclaimed Property Act (chapter B-5.1);
(3)  the notice of closure of inventory referred to in article 795 of the Civil Code, the notice of closure of account referred to in article 822 of the Code or the notice of end of liquidation referred to in article 700 of the Code;
(4)  the notice setting out the Minister of Revenue’s capacity as administrator of every immovable entrusted to the Minister of Revenue’s administration in the manner provided for in section 17 of the Unclaimed Property Act, and cancellation of the notice in the manner provided for in that section;
(5)  the valuation and safekeeping of unclaimed property;
(6)  the sale of any movable property at auction or through a third person;
(7)  the abandonment or destruction of any movable property in accordance with the procedures in force;
(8)  a lease, as lessor;
(9)  an offer to purchase immovable property in accordance with the conditions of the sale determined by the director of unclaimed successions;
(10)  renewal of a hypothec on an immovable, up to $50,000;
(11)  a claim, acceptance of an indemnity or discharge in matters of insurance, up to $50,000;
(12)  the discharge of any sum relating to a debt or the release of security, up to $5,000;
(13)  the approval of a claim against unclaimed property, up to $5,000;
(14)  the sale of any security in registered form and the opening, transfer or closing of an account with a broker, in case of unclaimed successions, up to a value not in excess of $5,000;
(15)  the security deed in relation to securities, for the purpose of obtaining a duplicate of a lost or destroyed certificate;
(16)  the filing of fiscal returns;
(17)  the redirection of mail or the termination of service by the postmaster; and
(18)  the rendering of accounts and the handing over of property of a value not in excess of $5,000 to persons entitled to it on termination of the administration of the Minister of Revenue.
M.O. 2012-01-20, s. 31.