C-24.2, r. 34 - Regulation respecting licences

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63. A driver’s licence holder who has not paid, on the due date determined in section 73.5, the annual duties and the fees prescribed in the Regulation respecting fees exigible under the Highway Safety Code and the return of confiscated objects (chapter C-24.2, r. 27) and has not applied for the cancellation of his or her licence and informed the Société by that date of his or her intent not to renew it must pay those amounts and the additional fees prescribed in the Regulation respecting fees exigible under the Highway Safety Code and the return of confiscated objects, to obtain authorization to again drive a road vehicle until the end of the 12-month period for which the amounts are payable.
If the amounts have not been paid by the due dates, in respect of 2 periods and more than 12 months, only the amounts for the 12-month period during which authorization to drive is applied for are payable, in addition to the additional fees prescribed in the Regulation respecting fees exigible under the Highway Safety Code and the return of confiscated objects.
O.C. 1421-91, s. 63; O.C. 266-2007, s. 5.