P-40.1, r. 3 - Regulation respecting the application of the Consumer Protection Act

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104. The security that an applicant for an itinerant merchant’s permit must furnish is, until 30 April 2020, $50,000 and, thereafter, $100,000.
Despite the first paragraph, if the contracts entered into by the applicant are always lower than $500, the security that the applicant must furnish is $25,000.
The duties that must be paid by the applicant are fixed according to the following classes:
(a)  if the applicant has less than 50 representatives (Class 1), the duties are fixed as follows:
PeriodsDuties
From 1 July 2020 to 30 April 2021$625
From 1 May 2021 to 30 April 2023$782
From 1 May 2023 to 30 April 2025$938
From 1 May 2025$1,117
(b)  if the applicant has 50 representatives or more (Class 2), the duties are fixed as follows:
PeriodsDuties
From 1 July 2020 to 30 April 2021$3,649
From 1 May 2021 to 30 April 2023$4,430
From 1 May 2023 to 30 April 2025$5,186
From 1 May 2025$5,958
R.R.Q., 1981, c. P-40.1, r. 1, s. 104; O.C. 1148-90, s. 12; O.C. 600-92, s. 10; 1244-2017O.C. 1244-2017, s. 10.
104. The security that an applicant for an itinerant merchant’s permit must furnish is, until 30 April 2020, $50,000 and, thereafter, $100,000.
Despite the first paragraph, if the contracts entered into by the applicant are always lower than $500, the security that the applicant must furnish is $25,000.
The duties that must be paid by the applicant are fixed according to the following classes:
(a)  if the applicant has less than 50 representatives (Class 1), the duties are fixed as follows:
PeriodsDuties
From 1 July 2019 to 30 April 2021$614
From 1 May 2021 to 30 April 2023$767
From 1 May 2023 to 30 April 2025$921
From 1 May 2025$1,097
(b)  if the applicant has 50 representatives or more (Class 2), the duties are fixed as follows:
PeriodsDuties
From 1 July 2019 to 30 April 2021$3,581
From 1 May 2021 to 30 April 2023$4,348
From 1 May 2023 to 30 April 2025$5,089
From 1 May 2025$5,846
R.R.Q., 1981, c. P-40.1, r. 1, s. 104; O.C. 1148-90, s. 12; O.C. 600-92, s. 10; 1244-2017O.C. 1244-2017, s. 10.
104. The security that an applicant for an itinerant merchant’s permit must furnish is, until 30 April 2020, $50,000 and, thereafter, $100,000.
Despite the first paragraph, if the contracts entered into by the applicant are always lower than $500, the security that the applicant must furnish is $25,000.
The duties that must be paid by the applicant are fixed according to the following classes:
(a)  if the applicant has less than 50 representatives (Class 1), the duties are fixed as follows:
PeriodsDuties
Until 30 April 2019$450
From 1 May 2019 to 30 April 2021$600
From 1 May 2021 to 30 April 2023$750
From 1 May 2023 to 30 April 2025$900
From 1 May 2025$1,072
(b)  if the applicant has 50 representatives or more (Class 2), the duties are fixed as follows:
PeriodsDuties
Until 30 April 2019$2,725
From 1 May 2019 to 30 April 2021$3,500
From 1 May 2021 to 30 April 2023$4,250
From 1 May 2023 to 30 April 2025$4,975
From 1 May 2025$5,715
R.R.Q., 1981, c. P-40.1, r. 1, s. 104; O.C. 1148-90, s. 12; O.C. 600-92, s. 10; 1244-2017O.C. 1244-2017, s. 10.
104. The security that the applicant for an itinerant merchant’s permit must furnish and the duties that he must pay are fixed according to the following scale and classes:
(a)  where the consideration for the applicant’s contracts must be less than $100 in most cases and while the permit applied for is valid:
i.  if the applicant is acting alone, the security is $1,000 and the duties are $164 (Class 1);
ii.  if he has fewer than 5 representatives, the security is $2,500 and the duties are $164 (Class 2);
iii.  if he has 5 or more representatives but fewer than 10, the security is $5,000 and the duties are $247 (Class 3);
iv.  if he has 10 or more representatives but fewer than 50, the security is $10,000 and the duties are $412 (Class 4);
v.  if he has 50 or more representatives but fewer than 100, the security is $25,000 and the duties are $985 (Class 5);
vi.  if he has 100 or more representatives but fewer than 500, the security is $50,000 and the duties are $1,971 (Class 6);
vii.  if he has 500 or more representatives but fewer than 1,000, the security is $100,000 and the duties are $3,776 (Class 7);
viii.  if he has 1,000 or more representatives, the security is $200,000 and the duties are $7,393 (Class 8);
(b)  where the consideration for the applicant’s contracts must be equal to or greater than $100 in most cases and while the permit applied for is valid:
i.  if the applicant is acting alone, the security is $5,000 and the duties are $247 (Class 9);
ii.  if he has fewer than 5 representatives, the security is $12,500 and the duties are $325 (Class 10);
iii.  if he has 5 or more representatives but fewer than 10, the security is $25,000 and the duties are $412 (Class 11);
iv.  if he has 10 or more representatives but fewer than 50, the security is $50,000 and the duties are $823 (Class 12);
v.  if he has 50 or more representatives but fewer than 100, the security is $100,000 and the duties are $1,971 (Class 13);
vi.  if he has 100 or more representatives but fewer than 500, the security is $200,000 and the duties are $3,776 (Class 14);
vii.  if he has 500 or more representatives but fewer than 1,000, the security is $300,000 and the duties are $5,795 (Class 15);
viii.  if he has 1,000 or more representatives, the security is $500,000 and the duties are $11,170 (Class 16).
The duties that must be paid by the applicant are fixed according to the following classes:
(a)  if the applicant has less than 50 representatives (Class 1), the duties are fixed as follows:
PeriodsDuties
Until 30 April 2019$450
From 1 May 2019 to 30 April 2021$600
From 1 May 2021 to 30 April 2023$750
From 1 May 2023 to 30 April 2025$900
From 1 May 2025$1,072
(b)  if the applicant has 50 representatives or more (Class 2), the duties are fixed as follows:
PeriodsDuties
Until 30 April 2019$2,725
From 1 May 2019 to 30 April 2021$3,500
From 1 May 2021 to 30 April 2023$4,250
From 1 May 2023 to 30 April 2025$4,975
From 1 May 2025$5,715
R.R.Q., 1981, c. P-40.1, r. 1, s. 104; O.C. 1148-90, s. 12; O.C. 600-92, s. 10; 1244-2017O.C. 1244-2017, s. 10.
104. The security that the applicant for an itinerant merchant’s permit must furnish and the duties that he must pay are fixed according to the following scale and classes:
(a)  where the consideration for the applicant’s contracts must be less than $100 in most cases and while the permit applied for is valid:
i.  if the applicant is acting alone, the security is $1,000 and the duties are $164 (Class 1);
ii.  if he has fewer than 5 representatives, the security is $2,500 and the duties are $164 (Class 2);
iii.  if he has 5 or more representatives but fewer than 10, the security is $5,000 and the duties are $247 (Class 3);
iv.  if he has 10 or more representatives but fewer than 50, the security is $10,000 and the duties are $412 (Class 4);
v.  if he has 50 or more representatives but fewer than 100, the security is $25,000 and the duties are $985 (Class 5);
vi.  if he has 100 or more representatives but fewer than 500, the security is $50,000 and the duties are $1,971 (Class 6);
vii.  if he has 500 or more representatives but fewer than 1,000, the security is $100,000 and the duties are $3,776 (Class 7);
viii.  if he has 1,000 or more representatives, the security is $200,000 and the duties are $7,393 (Class 8);
(b)  where the consideration for the applicant’s contracts must be equal to or greater than $100 in most cases and while the permit applied for is valid:
i.  if the applicant is acting alone, the security is $5,000 and the duties are $247 (Class 9);
ii.  if he has fewer than 5 representatives, the security is $12,500 and the duties are $325 (Class 10);
iii.  if he has 5 or more representatives but fewer than 10, the security is $25,000 and the duties are $412 (Class 11);
iv.  if he has 10 or more representatives but fewer than 50, the security is $50,000 and the duties are $823 (Class 12);
v.  if he has 50 or more representatives but fewer than 100, the security is $100,000 and the duties are $1,971 (Class 13);
vi.  if he has 100 or more representatives but fewer than 500, the security is $200,000 and the duties are $3,776 (Class 14);
vii.  if he has 500 or more representatives but fewer than 1,000, the security is $300,000 and the duties are $5,795 (Class 15);
viii.  if he has 1,000 or more representatives, the security is $500,000 and the duties are $11,170 (Class 16).
R.R.Q., 1981, c. P-40.1, r. 1, s. 104; O.C. 1148-90, s. 12; O.C. 600-92, s. 10.
104. The security that the applicant for an itinerant merchant’s permit must furnish and the duties that he must pay are fixed according to the following scale and classes:
(a)  where the consideration for the applicant’s contracts must be less than $100 in most cases and while the permit applied for is valid:
i.  if the applicant is acting alone, the security is $1,000 and the duties are $161 (Class 1);
ii.  if he has fewer than 5 representatives, the security is $2,500 and the duties are $161 (Class 2);
iii.  if he has 5 or more representatives but fewer than 10, the security is $5,000 and the duties are $244 (Class 3);
iv.  if he has 10 or more representatives but fewer than 50, the security is $10,000 and the duties are $406 (Class 4);
v.  if he has 50 or more representatives but fewer than 100, the security is $25,000 and the duties are $971 (Class 5);
vi.  if he has 100 or more representatives but fewer than 500, the security is $50,000 and the duties are $1,944 (Class 6);
vii.  if he has 500 or more representatives but fewer than 1,000, the security is $100,000 and the duties are $3,723 (Class 7);
viii.  if he has 1,000 or more representatives, the security is $200,000 and the duties are $7,291 (Class 8);
(b)  where the consideration for the applicant’s contracts must be equal to or greater than $100 in most cases and while the permit applied for is valid:
i.  if the applicant is acting alone, the security is $5,000 and the duties are $244 (Class 9);
ii.  if he has fewer than 5 representatives, the security is $12,500 and the duties are $320 (Class 10);
iii.  if he has 5 or more representatives but fewer than 10, the security is $25,000 and the duties are $406 (Class 11);
iv.  if he has 10 or more representatives but fewer than 50, the security is $50,000 and the duties are $811 (Class 12);
v.  if he has 50 or more representatives but fewer than 100, the security is $100,000 and the duties are $1,944 (Class 13);
vi.  if he has 100 or more representatives but fewer than 500, the security is $200,000 and the duties are $3,723 (Class 14);
vii.  if he has 500 or more representatives but fewer than 1,000, the security is $300,000 and the duties are $5,715 (Class 15);
viii.  if he has 1,000 or more representatives, the security is $500,000 and the duties are $11,016 (Class 16).
R.R.Q., 1981, c. P-40.1, r. 1, s. 104; O.C. 1148-90, s. 12; O.C. 600-92, s. 10.
104. The security that the applicant for an itinerant merchant’s permit must furnish and the duties that he must pay are fixed according to the following scale and classes:
(a)  where the consideration for the applicant’s contracts must be less than $100 in most cases and while the permit applied for is valid:
i.  if the applicant is acting alone, the security is $1,000 and the duties are $160 (Class 1);
ii.  if he has fewer than 5 representatives, the security is $2,500 and the duties are $160 (Class 2);
iii.  if he has 5 or more representatives but fewer than 10, the security is $5,000 and the duties are $241 (Class 3);
iv.  if he has 10 or more representatives but fewer than 50, the security is $10,000 and the duties are $402 (Class 4);
v.  if he has 50 or more representatives but fewer than 100, the security is $25,000 and the duties are $961 (Class 5);
vi.  if he has 100 or more representatives but fewer than 500, the security is $50,000 and the duties are $1,923 (Class 6);
vii.  if he has 500 or more representatives but fewer than 1,000, the security is $100,000 and the duties are $3,683 (Class 7);
viii.  if he has 1,000 or more representatives, the security is $200,000 and the duties are $7,212 (Class 8);
(b)  where the consideration for the applicant’s contracts must be equal to or greater than $100 in most cases and while the permit applied for is valid:
i.  if the applicant is acting alone, the security is $5,000 and the duties are $241 (Class 9);
ii.  if he has fewer than 5 representatives, the security is $12,500 and the duties are $317 (Class 10);
iii.  if he has 5 or more representatives but fewer than 10, the security is $25,000 and the duties are $402 (Class 11);
iv.  if he has 10 or more representatives but fewer than 50, the security is $50,000 and the duties are $802 (Class 12);
v.  if he has 50 or more representatives but fewer than 100, the security is $100,000 and the duties are $1,923 (Class 13);
vi.  if he has 100 or more representatives but fewer than 500, the security is $200,000 and the duties are $3,683 (Class 14);
vii.  if he has 500 or more representatives but fewer than 1,000, the security is $300,000 and the duties are $5,653 (Class 15);
viii.  if he has 1,000 or more representatives, the security is $500,000 and the duties are $10,896 (Class 16).
R.R.Q., 1981, c. P-40.1, r. 1, s. 104; O.C. 1148-90, s. 12; O.C. 600-92, s. 10.
104. The security that the applicant for an itinerant merchant’s permit must furnish and the duties that he must pay are fixed according to the following scale and classes:
(a)  where the consideration for the applicant’s contracts must be less than $100 in most cases and while the permit applied for is valid:
i.  if the applicant is acting alone, the security is $1,000 and the duties are $156 (Class 1);
ii.  if he has fewer than 5 representatives, the security is $2,500 and the duties are $156 (Class 2);
iii.  if he has 5 or more representatives but fewer than 10, the security is $5,000 and the duties are $236 (Class 3);
iv.  if he has 10 or more representatives but fewer than 50, the security is $10,000 and the duties are $394 (Class 4);
v.  if he has 50 or more representatives but fewer than 100, the security is $25,000 and the duties are $942 (Class 5);
vi.  if he has 100 or more representatives but fewer than 500, the security is $50,000 and the duties are $1,885 (Class 6);
vii.  if he has 500 or more representatives but fewer than 1,000, the security is $100,000 and the duties are $3,611 (Class 7);
viii.  if he has 1,000 or more representatives, the security is $200,000 and the duties are $7,070 (Class 8);
(b)  where the consideration for the applicant’s contracts must be equal to or greater than $100 in most cases and while the permit applied for is valid:
i.  if the applicant is acting alone, the security is $5,000 and the duties are $236 (Class 9);
ii.  if he has fewer than 5 representatives, the security is $12,500 and the duties are $311 (Class 10);
iii.  if he has 5 or more representatives but fewer than 10, the security is $25,000 and the duties are $394 (Class 11);
iv.  if he has 10 or more representatives but fewer than 50, the security is $50,000 and the duties are $787 (Class 12);
v.  if he has 50 or more representatives but fewer than 100, the security is $100,000 and the duties are $1,885 (Class 13);
vi.  if he has 100 or more representatives but fewer than 500, the security is $200,000 and the duties are $3,611 (Class 14);
vii.  if he has 500 or more representatives but fewer than 1,000, the security is $300,000 and the duties are $5,542 (Class 15);
viii.  if he has 1,000 or more representatives, the security is $500,000 and the duties are $10,682 (Class 16).
R.R.Q., 1981, c. P-40.1, r. 1, s. 104; O.C. 1148-90, s. 12; O.C. 600-92, s. 10.
104. The security that the applicant for an itinerant merchant’s permit must furnish and the duties that he must pay are fixed according to the following scale and classes:
(a)  where the consideration for the applicant’s contracts must be less than $100 in most cases and while the permit applied for is valid:
i.  if the applicant is acting alone, the security is $1,000 and the duties are $155 (Class 1);
ii.  if he has fewer than 5 representatives, the security is $2,500 and the duties are $155 (Class 2);
iii.  if he has 5 or more representatives but fewer than 10, the security is $5,000 and the duties are $234 (Class 3);
iv.  if he has 10 or more representatives but fewer than 50, the security is $10,000 and the duties are $390 (Class 4);
v.  if he has 50 or more representatives but fewer than 100, the security is $25,000 and the duties are $934 (Class 5);
vi.  if he has 100 or more representatives but fewer than 500, the security is $50,000 and the duties are $1,868 (Class 6);
vii.  if he has 500 or more representatives but fewer than 1,000, the security is $100,000 and the duties are $3,579 (Class 7);
viii.  if he has 1,000 or more representatives, the security is $200,000 and the duties are $7,007 (Class 8);
(b)  where the consideration for the applicant’s contracts must be equal to or greater than $100 in most cases and while the permit applied for is valid:
i.  if the applicant is acting alone, the security is $5,000 and the duties are $234 (Class 9);
ii.  if he has fewer than 5 representatives, the security is $12,500 and the duties are $308 (Class 10);
iii.  if he has 5 or more representatives but fewer than 10, the security is $25,000 and the duties are $390 (Class 11);
iv.  if he has 10 or more representatives but fewer than 50, the security is $50,000 and the duties are $780 (Class 12);
v.  if he has 50 or more representatives but fewer than 100, the security is $100,000 and the duties are $1,868 (Class 13);
vi.  if he has 100 or more representatives but fewer than 500, the security is $200,000 and the duties are $3,579 (Class 14);
vii.  if he has 500 or more representatives but fewer than 1,000, the security is $300,000 and the duties are $5,493 (Class 15);
viii.  if he has 1,000 or more representatives, the security is $500,000 and the duties are $10,587 (Class 16).
R.R.Q., 1981, c. P-40.1, r. 1, s. 104; O.C. 1148-90, s. 12; O.C. 600-92, s. 10.
104. The security that the applicant for an itinerant merchant’s permit must furnish and the duties that he must pay are fixed according to the following scale and classes:
(a)  where the consideration for the applicant’s contracts must be less than $100 in most cases and while the permit applied for is valid:
i.  if the applicant is acting alone, the security is $1,000 and the duties are $153 (Class 1);
ii.  if he has fewer than 5 representatives, the security is $2,500 and the duties are $153 (Class 2);
iii.  if he has 5 or more representatives but fewer than 10, the security is $5,000 and the duties are $231 (Class 3);
iv.  if he has 10 or more representatives but fewer than 50, the security is $10,000 and the duties are $385 (Class 4);
v.  if he has 50 or more representatives but fewer than 100, the security is $25,000 and the duties are $920 (Class 5);
vi.  if he has 100 or more representatives but fewer than 500, the security is $50,000 and the duties are $1,841 (Class 6);
vii.  if he has 500 or more representatives but fewer than 1,000, the security is $100,000 and the duties are $3,526 (Class 7);
viii.  if he has 1,000 or more representatives, the security is $200,000 and the duties are $6,904 (Class 8);
(b)  where the consideration for the applicant’s contracts must be equal to or greater than $100 in most cases and while the permit applied for is valid:
i.  if the applicant is acting alone, the security is $5,000 and the duties are $231 (Class 9);
ii.  if he has fewer than 5 representatives, the security is $12,500 and the duties are $303 (Class 10);
iii.  if he has 5 or more representatives but fewer than 10, the security is $25,000 and the duties are $385 (Class 11);
iv.  if he has 10 or more representatives but fewer than 50, the security is $50,000 and the duties are $768 (Class 12);
v.  if he has 50 or more representatives but fewer than 100, the security is $100,000 and the duties are $1,841 (Class 13);
vi.  if he has 100 or more representatives but fewer than 500, the security is $200,000 and the duties are $3,526 (Class 14);
vii.  if he has 500 or more representatives but fewer than 1,000, the security is $300,000 and the duties are $5,412 (Class 15);
viii.  if he has 1,000 or more representatives, the security is $500,000 and the duties are $10,431 (Class 16).
R.R.Q., 1981, c. P-40.1, r. 1, s. 104; O.C. 1148-90, s. 12; O.C. 600-92, s. 10.