I-9 - Engineers Act

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19. (1)  The board of directors, on payment of the fees fixed by it, may grant to any person who does not qualify under section 18 but who holds a diploma in engineering, a degree of bachelor of applied sciences, or an equivalent diploma from a school or university recognized by the board of directors, or who is a member of an engineering association recognized by the board of directors, a temporary licence for a specific project as the collaborator of a member of the Order who shall sign and seal the plans and specifications with him.
(2)  Exceptionally, and subject to the conditions described in the preceding subsection, the board of directors, if it feels that such action is warranted by special circumstances, may grant to such person a temporary licence to practise, not as a collaborator but directly as the engineer in charge of the project, provided that such person be assisted by a member of the Order.
(3)  In both cases, the member of the Order must participate in the supervision of the work.
R. S. 1964, c. 262, s. 19; 1973, c. 60, s. 18, s. 27; 1994, c. 40, s. 346; 2008, c. 11, s. 212.
19. (1)  The Bureau, on payment of the fees fixed by it, may grant to any person who does not qualify under section 18 but who holds a diploma in engineering, a degree of bachelor of applied sciences, or an equivalent diploma from a school or university recognized by the Bureau, or who is a member of an engineering association recognized by the Bureau, a temporary licence for a specific project as the collaborator of a member of the Order who shall sign and seal the plans and specifications with him.
(2)  Exceptionally, and subject to the conditions described in the preceding subsection, the Bureau, if it feels that such action is warranted by special circumstances, may grant to such person a temporary licence to practise, not as a collaborator but directly as the engineer in charge of the project, provided that such person be assisted by a member of the Order.
(3)  In both cases, the member of the Order must participate in the supervision of the work.
R. S. 1964, c. 262, s. 19; 1973, c. 60, s. 18, s. 27; 1994, c. 40, s. 346.
19. (1)  The Bureau, on payment of the fees fixed by it, may grant to any person domiciled outside Québec who does not qualify under section 18 but who holds a diploma in engineering, a degree of bachelor of applied sciences, or an equivalent diploma from a school or university recognized by the Bureau, or who is a member of an engineering association recognized by the Bureau, a temporary licence for a specific project as the collaborator of a member of the Order who shall sign and seal the plans and specifications with him.
(2)  Exceptionally, and subject to the conditions described in the preceding subsection, the Bureau, if it feels that such action is warranted by special circumstances, may grant to such person a temporary licence to practise, not as a collaborator but directly as the engineer in charge of the project, provided that such person be assisted by a member of the Order.
(3)  In both cases, the member of the Order must participate in the supervision of the work.
R. S. 1964, c. 262, s. 19; 1973, c. 60, s. 18, s. 27.