Not in force
130.1. The Board may enter into a written agreement with a contractors’ association or a group of contractors’ associations to delegate to it, to the extent indicated by the Board, the exercise of the powers and duties of the Board under sections 46, 47, 51, 53 to 55, 57 to 58.1, 60, 63, 64, 67, 69 and 72, for the purpose of assuring the qualification of the members of that association or of any of the associations in that group. The agreement may not, however, provide for the delegation of the power to rule on the issue, renewal or amendment of a licence.
Only those officers of the association or group of associations or office holders identified in the agreement may have access to information relating to the solvency of a contractor.
The agreement may provide for the financing of the expenses incurred by the association or group of associations for the purposes of this Act and allow the association or group of associations to collect and use for such purposes any of the amounts collected under section 151.
In addition, the agreement may determine, from among the powers and obligations referred to in sections 112 to 122, the powers that may be exercised by the association or the group of associations and the obligations to which the association or group of associations is subject, as well as the conditions governing the subdelegation of those powers to its employees and the other terms and conditions governing the exercise of such powers.
1998, c. 46, s. 36; 2005, c. 22, s. 47.