S-6.01, r. 3 - Taxi Transportation Regulation

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7. A person or partnership, in order to obtain a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit from the Commission, must
(1)  have the knowledge or experience required to operate a taxi transportation service intermediary business;
(2)  file an inventory of human, material and information resources for the purpose of establishing the ability to administer such a business;
(3)  in the case of a person or a partnership, be registered in the enterprise register referred to in the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(4)  not have had the taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit suspended or revoked under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 79 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi (chapter S-6.01), before 3 months have elapsed from the date of the end of the suspension or revocation;
(5)  show that the services to be offered meet a need in the urban area concerned, in particular with regard to the transportation services required by disabled persons;
(6)  file the draft of the general by-law to be imposed upon holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services;
(7)  file a copy of the contract to be concluded with holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services; and
(8)  pay a fee of $282 to the Commission.
Despite the first paragraph, where the issue of a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit is required to allow the implementation of a pilot project authorized by the Minister under section 89.1 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi, a person must, to obtain from the Commission the issue of the permit, only meet the following conditions:
(1)  be registered in the enterprise register referred to in the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises;
(2)  not have had the taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit suspended or revoked under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 79 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi, before 3 months have elapsed from the date of the end of the suspension or revocation;
(3)  file with the Commission a copy of the contract to be concluded with holders of a Class 4C driver’s licence;
(4)  pay a fee of $268 to the Commission.
In such a case, the Commission issues, without delay, when the conditions are met, a permit for a period corresponding to the period of the pilot project.
O.C. 690-2002, s. 7; 919-2016O.C. 919-2016, s. 1.
7. A person or partnership, in order to obtain a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit from the Commission, must
(1)  have the knowledge or experience required to operate a taxi transportation service intermediary business;
(2)  file an inventory of human, material and information resources for the purpose of establishing the ability to administer such a business;
(3)  in the case of a person or a partnership, be registered in the enterprise register referred to in the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(4)  not have had the taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit suspended or revoked under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 79 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi (chapter S-6.01), before 3 months have elapsed from the date of the end of the suspension or revocation;
(5)  show that the services to be offered meet a need in the urban area concerned, in particular with regard to the transportation services required by disabled persons;
(6)  file the draft of the general by-law to be imposed upon holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services;
(7)  file a copy of the contract to be concluded with holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services; and
(8)  pay a fee of $277 to the Commission.
Despite the first paragraph, where the issue of a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit is required to allow the implementation of a pilot project authorized by the Minister under section 89.1 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi, a person must, to obtain from the Commission the issue of the permit, only meet the following conditions:
(1)  be registered in the enterprise register referred to in the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises;
(2)  not have had the taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit suspended or revoked under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 79 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi, before 3 months have elapsed from the date of the end of the suspension or revocation;
(3)  file with the Commission a copy of the contract to be concluded with holders of a Class 4C driver’s licence;
(4)  pay a fee of $268 to the Commission.
In such a case, the Commission issues, without delay, when the conditions are met, a permit for a period corresponding to the period of the pilot project.
O.C. 690-2002, s. 7; 919-2016O.C. 919-2016, s. 1.
7. A person or partnership, in order to obtain a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit from the Commission, must
(1)  have the knowledge or experience required to operate a taxi transportation service intermediary business;
(2)  file an inventory of human, material and information resources for the purpose of establishing the ability to administer such a business;
(3)  in the case of a person or a partnership, be registered in the enterprise register referred to in the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(4)  not have had the taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit suspended or revoked under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 79 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi (chapter S-6.01), before 3 months have elapsed from the date of the end of the suspension or revocation;
(5)  show that the services to be offered meet a need in the urban area concerned, in particular with regard to the transportation services required by disabled persons;
(6)  file the draft of the general by-law to be imposed upon holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services;
(7)  file a copy of the contract to be concluded with holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services; and
(8)  pay a fee of $272 to the Commission.
Despite the first paragraph, where the issue of a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit is required to allow the implementation of a pilot project authorized by the Minister under section 89.1 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi, a person must, to obtain from the Commission the issue of the permit, only meet the following conditions:
(1)  be registered in the enterprise register referred to in the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises;
(2)  not have had the taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit suspended or revoked under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 79 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi, before 3 months have elapsed from the date of the end of the suspension or revocation;
(3)  file with the Commission a copy of the contract to be concluded with holders of a Class 4C driver’s licence;
(4)  pay a fee of $268 to the Commission.
In such a case, the Commission issues, without delay, when the conditions are met, a permit for a period corresponding to the period of the pilot project.
O.C. 690-2002, s. 7; 919-2016O.C. 919-2016, s. 1.
7. A person or partnership, in order to obtain a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit from the Commission, must
(1)  have the knowledge or experience required to operate a taxi transportation service intermediary business;
(2)  file an inventory of human, material and information resources for the purpose of establishing the ability to administer such a business;
(3)  in the case of a person or a partnership, be registered in the enterprise register referred to in the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(4)  not have had the taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit suspended or revoked under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 79 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi (chapter S-6.01), before 3 months have elapsed from the date of the end of the suspension or revocation;
(5)  show that the services to be offered meet a need in the urban area concerned, in particular with regard to the transportation services required by disabled persons;
(6)  file the draft of the general by-law to be imposed upon holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services;
(7)  file a copy of the contract to be concluded with holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services; and
(8)  pay a fee of $270 to the Commission.
Despite the first paragraph, where the issue of a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit is required to allow the implementation of a pilot project authorized by the Minister under section 89.1 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi, a person must, to obtain from the Commission the issue of the permit, only meet the following conditions:
(1)  be registered in the enterprise register referred to in the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises;
(2)  not have had the taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit suspended or revoked under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 79 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi, before 3 months have elapsed from the date of the end of the suspension or revocation;
(3)  file with the Commission a copy of the contract to be concluded with holders of a Class 4C driver’s licence;
(4)  pay a fee of $268 to the Commission.
In such a case, the Commission issues, without delay, when the conditions are met, a permit for a period corresponding to the period of the pilot project.
O.C. 690-2002, s. 7; 919-2016O.C. 919-2016, s. 1.
7. A person or partnership, in order to obtain a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit from the Commission, must
(1)  have the knowledge or experience required to operate a taxi transportation service intermediary business;
(2)  file an inventory of human, material and information resources for the purpose of establishing the ability to administer such a business;
(3)  in the case of a person or a partnership, be registered in the enterprise register referred to in the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(4)  not have had the taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit suspended or revoked under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 79 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi (chapter S-6.01), before 3 months have elapsed from the date of the end of the suspension or revocation;
(5)  show that the services to be offered meet a need in the urban area concerned, in particular with regard to the transportation services required by disabled persons;
(6)  file the draft of the general by-law to be imposed upon holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services;
(7)  file a copy of the contract to be concluded with holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services; and
(8)  pay a fee of $268 to the Commission.
Despite the first paragraph, where the issue of a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit is required to allow the implementation of a pilot project authorized by the Minister under section 89.1 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi, a person must, to obtain from the Commission the issue of the permit, only meet the following conditions:
(1)  be registered in the enterprise register referred to in the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises;
(2)  not have had the taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit suspended or revoked under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 79 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi, before 3 months have elapsed from the date of the end of the suspension or revocation;
(3)  file with the Commission a copy of the contract to be concluded with holders of a Class 4C driver’s licence;
(4)  pay a fee of $268 to the Commission.
In such a case, the Commission issues, without delay, when the conditions are met, a permit for a period corresponding to the period of the pilot project.
O.C. 690-2002, s. 7; 919-2016O.C. 919-2016, s. 1.
7. A person or partnership, in order to obtain a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit from the Commission, must
(1)  have the knowledge or experience required to operate a taxi transportation service intermediary business;
(2)  file an inventory of human, material and information resources for the purpose of establishing the ability to administer such a business;
(3)  in the case of a person or a partnership, be registered in the enterprise register referred to in the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(4)  not have had the taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit suspended or revoked under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 79 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi (chapter S-6.01), before 3 months have elapsed from the date of the end of the suspension or revocation;
(5)  show that the services to be offered meet a need in the urban area concerned, in particular with regard to the transportation services required by disabled persons;
(6)  file the draft of the general by-law to be imposed upon holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services;
(7)  file a copy of the contract to be concluded with holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services; and
(8)  pay a fee of $268 to the Commission.
O.C. 690-2002, s. 7.
7. A person or partnership, in order to obtain a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit from the Commission, must
(1)  have the knowledge or experience required to operate a taxi transportation service intermediary business;
(2)  file an inventory of human, material and information resources for the purpose of establishing the ability to administer such a business;
(3)  in the case of a person or a partnership, be registered in the enterprise register referred to in the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(4)  not have had the taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit suspended or revoked under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 79 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi (chapter S-6.01), before 3 months have elapsed from the date of the end of the suspension or revocation;
(5)  show that the services to be offered meet a need in the urban area concerned, in particular with regard to the transportation services required by disabled persons;
(6)  file the draft of the general by-law to be imposed upon holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services;
(7)  file a copy of the contract to be concluded with holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services; and
(8)  pay a fee of $265 to the Commission.
O.C. 690-2002, s. 7.
7. A person or partnership, in order to obtain a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit from the Commission, must
(1)  have the knowledge or experience required to operate a taxi transportation service intermediary business;
(2)  file an inventory of human, material and information resources for the purpose of establishing the ability to administer such a business;
(3)  in the case of a person or a partnership, be registered in the enterprise register referred to in the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(4)  not have had the taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit suspended or revoked under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 79 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi (chapter S-6.01), before 3 months have elapsed from the date of the end of the suspension or revocation;
(5)  show that the services to be offered meet a need in the urban area concerned, in particular with regard to the transportation services required by disabled persons;
(6)  file the draft of the general by-law to be imposed upon holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services;
(7)  file a copy of the contract to be concluded with holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services; and
(8)  pay a fee of $262 to the Commission.
O.C. 690-2002, s. 7.
7. A person or partnership, in order to obtain a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit from the Commission, must
(1)  have the knowledge or experience required to operate a taxi transportation service intermediary business;
(2)  file an inventory of human, material and information resources for the purpose of establishing the ability to administer such a business;
(3)  in the case of a person or a partnership, be registered in the enterprise register referred to in the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(4)  not have had the taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit suspended or revoked under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 79 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi (chapter S-6.01), before 3 months have elapsed from the date of the end of the suspension or revocation;
(5)  show that the services to be offered meet a need in the urban area concerned, in particular with regard to the transportation services required by disabled persons;
(6)  file the draft of the general by-law to be imposed upon holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services;
(7)  file a copy of the contract to be concluded with holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services; and
(8)  pay a fee of $259 to the Commission.
O.C. 690-2002, s. 7.
7. A person or partnership, in order to obtain a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit from the Commission, must
(1)  have the knowledge or experience required to operate a taxi transportation service intermediary business;
(2)  file an inventory of human, material and information resources for the purpose of establishing the ability to administer such a business;
(3)  in the case of a person or a partnership, be registered in the enterprise register referred to in the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(4)  not have had the taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit suspended or revoked under subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 79 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi (chapter S-6.01), before 3 months have elapsed from the date of the end of the suspension or revocation;
(5)  show that the services to be offered meet a need in the urban area concerned, in particular with regard to the transportation services required by disabled persons;
(6)  file the draft of the general by-law to be imposed upon holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services;
(7)  file a copy of the contract to be concluded with holders of a taxi owner’s permit and holders of a taxi driver’s permit who contract the applicant’s services; and
(8)  pay a fee of $253 to the Commission.
O.C. 690-2002, s. 7.