F-2.01 - Act respecting Financement-Québec

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25. A document is binding on the financing authority or may be attributed to it only if it is signed by the chief executive officer, the chair or vice-chair of the board, the secretary or by any other person and, in the latter case, only to the extent determined by the internal by-laws of the financing authority.
The by-laws may, however, allow, on the conditions and on the negotiable instruments indicated therein, that the signature be affixed by a person authorized by the financial institution with which the financing authority does business.
The by-laws may also authorize any person to conclude any borrowing transaction under a borrowing plan established pursuant to Chapter VIII of the Financial Administration Act (chapter A-6.001) or determine the amounts and characteristics of, and fix or accept the terms and conditions relating to, the transaction, to conclude or resiliate currency exchange or interest rate exchange agreements, acquire, hold, invest in, conclude, dispose of or terminate financial instruments or contracts governed by that chapter or by a program established under the provisions of that chapter, and to sign documents relating to such borrowings, agreements, instruments or contracts.
1999, c. 11, s. 25; 2001, c. 75, s. 1.
25. A document is binding on the financing authority or may be attributed to it only if it is signed by the chief executive officer, the chair or vice-chair of the board, the secretary, another member of the board of directors or another member of the financing authority’s personnel and, in the latter two cases, only to the extent determined by the internal by-laws of the financing authority.
The by-laws may, however, allow, on the conditions and on the negotiable instruments indicated therein, that the signature be affixed by a person authorized by the financial institution with which the financing authority does business.
1999, c. 11, s. 25.