C-24.2, r. 35 - Regulation respecting special permits

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3. To obtain a special permit, an applicant must
(a)  furnish all the information prescribed in sections 3.1 and 3.2 on the form provided by the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec and sign the form;
(b)  pay any sum owing to the Société.
In the case of a Class 6 permit for a crane, the applicant must also provide a copy of the certificate, signed by an engineer, attesting to the characteristics of the crane provided for in paragraph 7 of section 3.1 and in paragraphs 5 to 8 of section 3.2, as well as the crane’s year of manufacture, maximum speed and lifting capacity, a list of its removable equipment included in the mass declared pursuant to paragraph 7 of section 3.2 and, where a Class 1 or Class 7 permit is required, the characteristics provided for in paragraph 1 of section 3.2.
In the case of a Class 7 permit authorizing a height exceeding 5 m, the applicant must also, from 24 May 1994, file an agreement entered into with the public utility companies pertaining to the moving of wires and cables along the route during the period of validity of the permit, or an affidavit in which the applicant swears or solemnly affirms that there is no wire or cable above the route for which the permit is being applied.
He must also, in the case of a Class 6 or Class 7 permit, submit an expert’s report from the Ministère des Transports certifying the feasibility of the planned transport.
O.C. 1444-90, s. 3; O.C. 1605-93, s. 4.