S-8, r. 6.1 - By-law respecting the delegation of powers and signing of certain documents of the Société d’habitation du Québec

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18. The director in charge of renovation and residential adaptation, for the programs the director manages, is authorized to approve
(1)  any agreement with a mandatary or partner and with a body or person to manage, in whole or in part, a program and subdelegation of part of a program to a third person;
(2)  any amendment to budget allocations to municipalities that have affirmed their jurisdiction, for less than $500,000;
(3)  terms of payment and use of financial assistance for less than $500,000, as well as all confirmations, authorizations and other documents required to give full effect to the programs;
(4)  documents relating to deeds of hypothecary security, deeds of cession of hypothecary rank, deeds of authorization to alienate, deeds of correction or amendment and other similar deeds;
(5)  deeds of discharge or release, as well as any document relating to those deeds; and
(6)  transactions and any document relating to those deeds if the value of the amount in dispute is less than $100,000, including principal, interest and costs.
The director is also authorized, for the programs the director manages, to give the authorizations or approvals required under sections 3.1.1, 51 and 53 of the Act.
1246-2017O.C. 1246-2017, s. 18.
In force: 2017-12-27
18. The director in charge of renovation and residential adaptation, for the programs the director manages, is authorized to approve
(1)  any agreement with a mandatary or partner and with a body or person to manage, in whole or in part, a program and subdelegation of part of a program to a third person;
(2)  any amendment to budget allocations to municipalities that have affirmed their jurisdiction, for less than $500,000;
(3)  terms of payment and use of financial assistance for less than $500,000, as well as all confirmations, authorizations and other documents required to give full effect to the programs;
(4)  documents relating to deeds of hypothecary security, deeds of cession of hypothecary rank, deeds of authorization to alienate, deeds of correction or amendment and other similar deeds;
(5)  deeds of discharge or release, as well as any document relating to those deeds; and
(6)  transactions and any document relating to those deeds if the value of the amount in dispute is less than $100,000, including principal, interest and costs.
The director is also authorized, for the programs the director manages, to give the authorizations or approvals required under sections 3.1.1, 51 and 53 of the Act.
1246-2017O.C. 1246-2017, s. 18.