B-1.1 - Building Act

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62.0.1. The Board may refuse to issue a licence if issuing the licence would be contrary to the public interest, for example because the applicant or, in the case of a partnership or a legal person, it or any of its officers is unable to prove good moral character and a capacity to exercise activities as a contractor with competence and integrity, given the past conduct of the applicant or the officer.
The Board may also refuse to issue a licence where it considers that
(1)  the construction work the person or partnership applying for the licence intends to carry out or cause to be carried out is incommensurate with the person’s or partnership’s legal sources of financing; or
(2)  the structure of the person or partnership applying for the licence enables that or another person or partnership to evade the application of this Act.
2011, c. 35, s. 5; 2018, c. 132018, c. 13, s. 13.
62.0.1. The Board may refuse to issue a licence if issuing the licence would be contrary to the public interest, for example because the applicant or, in the case of a partnership or a legal person, it or any of its officers is unable to prove good moral character and a capacity to exercise activities as a contractor with competence and integrity, given the past conduct of the applicant or the officer.
The Board may, in that regard, conduct or commission any verifications it considers necessary.
2011, c. 35, s. 5.