P-9.1 - Act respecting liquor permits

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79. The board may, upon production of the relevant documents it may require and upon payment of the duties determined in accordance with the regulations, temporarily authorize a person other than a holder to use a permit, if that person is the liquidator of the succession of the permit holder, his legatee by particular title or heir or a person designated by them, a trustee in bankruptcy, a liquidator, a judicial or conventional sequestrator or a trustee who is provisionally administering an establishment in which a permit is in use.
The board may also, on the same conditions, temporarily authorize a person other than the holder to use the permit, if that person files an application to that effect with an application for a permit by reason of the alienation, rental or retaking of possession of the establishment following the exercise of a right to take in payment or the carrying out of a similar agreement.
Where the issuance of a permit is decided by the board in circumstances described in the second paragraph, an administrative monetary penalty in the amount prescribed by regulation in accordance with section 85.1 is imposed as an additional requirement if the applicant failed to apply for an authorization for the temporary use of a permit and should have done so.
The board may refuse to grant its authorization if it has initiated proceedings for the suspension or cancellation of the permit or if an application to that effect has been made to it under section 85.
1979, c. 71, s. 79; 1981, c. 14, s. 58; 1983, c. 28, s. 52; 1991, c. 51, s. 15; 1993, c. 39, s. 95; 1992, c. 57, s. 637; 1999, c. 40, s. 210; 2016, c. 72016, c. 7, s. 71.
79. The board may, upon production of the relevant documents it may require and upon payment of the duties determined in accordance with the regulations, temporarily authorize a person other than a holder to use a permit, if that person is the liquidator of the succession of the permit holder, his legatee by particular title or heir or a person designated by them, a trustee in bankruptcy, a liquidator, a judicial or conventional sequestrator or a trustee who is provisionally administering an establishment in which a permit is in use.
The board may also, on the same conditions, temporarily authorize a person other than the holder to use the permit, if that person files an application to that effect with an application for a permit by reason of the alienation, rental or retaking of possession of the establishment following the exercise of a right to take in payment or the carrying out of a similar agreement.
Where the issuance of a permit is decided by the board in circumstances described in the second paragraph, it may impose, as an additional requirement, the payment of additional charge of $500 if the applicant failed to apply for an authorization for the temporary use of a permit and should have done so.
The board may refuse to grant its authorization if it has initiated proceedings for the suspension or cancellation of the permit or if an application to that effect has been made to it under section 85.
1979, c. 71, s. 79; 1981, c. 14, s. 58; 1983, c. 28, s. 52; 1991, c. 51, s. 15; 1993, c. 39, s. 95; 1992, c. 57, s. 637; 1999, c. 40, s. 210.
79. The board may, upon production of the relevant documents it may require and upon payment of the duties determined in accordance with the regulations, temporarily authorize a person other than a holder to use a permit, if that person is the testamentary executor of the permit holder, his legatee or heir or a person designated by them, a trustee in bankruptcy, a liquidator, a judicial or conventional sequestrator or a trustee who is provisionally administering an establishment in which a permit is in use.
The board may also, on the same conditions, temporarily authorize a person other than the holder to use the permit, if that person files an application to that effect with an application for a permit by reason of the alienation, rental or retaking of possession of the establishment following the exercise of a right to take in payment or the carrying out of a similar agreement.
Where the issuance of a permit is decided by the board in circumstances described in the second paragraph, it may impose, as an additional requirement, the payment of additional charge of $500 if the applicant failed to apply for an authorization for the temporary use of a permit and should have done so.
The board may refuse to grant its authorization if it has initiated proceedings for the suspension or cancellation of the permit or if an application to that effect has been made to it under section 85.
1979, c. 71, s. 79; 1981, c. 14, s. 58; 1983, c. 28, s. 52; 1991, c. 51, s. 15; 1993, c. 39, s. 95; 1992, c. 57, s. 637.
79. The board may, upon production of the relevant documents it may require and upon payment of the duties determined in accordance with the regulations, temporarily authorize a person other than a holder to use a permit, if that person is the testamentary executor of the permit holder, his legatee or heir or a person designated by them, a trustee in bankruptcy, a liquidator, a judicial or conventional sequestrator or a trustee who is provisionally administering an establishment in which a permit is in use.
The board may also, on the same conditions, temporarily authorize a person other than the holder to use the permit, if that person files an application to that effect with an application for a permit by reason of the alienation, rental or retaking of possession of the establishment following the execution of a clause of giving in payment or a similar agreement.
Where the issuance of a permit is decided by the board in circumstances described in the second paragraph, it may impose, as an additional requirement, the payment of additional charge of $500 if the applicant failed to apply for an authorization for the temporary use of a permit and should have done so.
The board may refuse to grant its authorization if it has initiated proceedings for the suspension or cancellation of the permit or if an application to that effect has been made to it under section 85.
1979, c. 71, s. 79; 1981, c. 14, s. 58; 1983, c. 28, s. 52; 1991, c. 51, s. 15; 1993, c. 39, s. 95.
79. The Régie may, upon production of the relevant documents it may require and upon payment of the duties determined in accordance with the regulations, temporarily authorize a person other than a holder to use a permit, if that person is the testamentary executor of the permit holder, his legatee or heir or a person designated by them, a trustee in bankruptcy, a liquidator, a judicial or conventional sequestrator or a trustee who is provisionally administering an establishment in which a permit is in use.
The Régie may also, on the same conditions, temporarily authorize a person other than the holder to use the permit, if that person files an application to that effect with an application for a permit by reason of the alienation, rental or retaking of possession of the establishment following the execution of a clause of giving in payment or a similar agreement.
Where the issuance of a permit is decided by the Régie in circumstances described in the second paragraph, it may impose, as an additional requirement, the payment of additional charge of $500 if the applicant failed to apply for an authorization for the temporary use of a permit and should have done so.
The Régie may refuse to grant its authorization if it has initiated proceedings for the suspension or cancellation of the permit or if an application to that effect has been made to it under section 85.
1979, c. 71, s. 79; 1981, c. 14, s. 58; 1983, c. 28, s. 52; 1991, c. 51, s. 15.
79. The Régie may, upon production of the relevant documents it may require and upon payment of the duties prescribed by regulation, temporarily authorize a person other than a holder to use a permit, if that person is the testamentary executor of the permit holder, his legatee or heir or a person designated by them, a trustee in bankruptcy, a liquidator, a judicial or conventional sequestrator or a trustee who is provisionally administering an establishment in which a permit is in use.
The Régie may also, on the same conditions, temporarily authorize a person other than the holder to use the permit, if that person files an application for a permit within 60 days of signing a promise of sale or rental of the establishment conditional on obtaining a permit, the alienation of the establishment or retaking of possession of the establishment following the execution of a clause of giving in payment or a similar agreement.
1979, c. 71, s. 79; 1981, c. 14, s. 58; 1983, c. 28, s. 52.
79. The Régie may, upon production of the relevant documents it may require and upon payment of the duties prescribed by regulation, temporarily authorize a person other than a holder to use a permit, if that person is the testamentary executor of the permit holder, his legatee or heir or a person designated by them, a trustee in bankruptcy, a liquidator, a judicial or conventional sequestrator or a trustee who is provisionally administering an establishment in which a permit is in use.
1979, c. 71, s. 79; 1981, c. 14, s. 58.
79. The Régie may, upon production of the relevant documents it may require and upon payment of the duties prescribed by regulation, temporarily authorize a person other than the holder to use a permit, if that person is the testamentary executor of the permit holder, a trustee in bankruptcy, a judicial or conventional sequestrator or a trustee who is provisionally administering an establishment in which a permit is in use.
1979, c. 71, s. 79.