C-24.2 - Highway Safety Code

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209.18. Where the value of the road vehicle is greater than $3,000, the Société shall dispose of it by any method of sale it considers appropriate in the circumstances.
The vehicle may be sold only after prior notice of at least 10 days has been sent to the owner of the vehicle and to each person holding a right in the vehicle published in the register of personal and movable real rights, and after prior notice of at least ten days has been published in a newspaper circulated in the locality where the owner of the vehicle resides or, in the case of a legal person, in the locality where the legal person’s establishment is situated. Prior notice given under this section must specify, in particular, the year, make, model and registration number of the vehicle, the name of its owner, the owner’s right to claim the vehicle at any time prior to the sale on payment to the custodian of the vehicle of the towing and impounding charges and on payment of the charges that may be imposed by the Société pursuant to subparagraph 13.1 of the first paragraph of section 624.
1996, c. 56, s. 65; 1999, c. 66, s. 7; 2010, c. 34, s. 41; 2018, c. 72018, c. 7, s. 34.
209.18. Where the value of the road vehicle is greater than $3,000, the Société shall dispose of it by auction.
The vehicle may be sold only after prior notice of at least 10 days has been sent to the owner of the vehicle and to each person holding a right in the vehicle published in the register of personal and movable real rights, and after prior notice of at least ten days has been published in a newspaper circulated in the locality where the owner of the vehicle resides or, in the case of a legal person, in the locality where the legal person’s establishment is situated. Prior notice given under this section must specify, in particular, the year, make, model and registration number of the vehicle, the name of its owner, the owner’s right to claim the vehicle at any time prior to the sale on payment to the custodian of the vehicle of the towing and impounding charges and on payment of the charges that may be imposed by the Société pursuant to subparagraph 13.1 of the first paragraph of section 624.
The rules set out in the Civil Code pertaining to voluntary auction sales apply, in all other matters, to a sale made by the Société pursuant to this section.
1996, c. 56, s. 65; 1999, c. 66, s. 7; 2010, c. 34, s. 41.
209.18. Where the value of the road vehicle is greater than $2,500, the Société shall dispose of it by auction.
The vehicle may be sold only after prior notice of at least 10 days has been sent to the owner of the vehicle and to each person holding a right in the vehicle published in the register of personal and movable real rights, and after prior notice of at least ten days has been published in a newspaper circulated in the locality where the owner of the vehicle resides or, in the case of a legal person, in the locality where the legal person’s establishment is situated. Prior notice given under this section must specify, in particular, the year, make, model and registration number of the vehicle, the name of its owner, the owner’s right to claim the vehicle at any time prior to the sale on payment to the custodian of the vehicle of the towing and impounding charges and on payment of the charges that may be imposed by the Société pursuant to subparagraph 13.1 of the first paragraph of section 624.
The rules set out in the Civil Code pertaining to voluntary auction sales apply, in all other matters, to a sale made by the Société pursuant to this section.
1996, c. 56, s. 65; 1999, c. 66, s. 7.
209.18. The Public Curator shall cause to be published, within seven days of the beginning of his administration, a notice in a newspaper circulated in the locality where the owner of the road vehicle resides or, in the case of a legal person, in the locality where the legal person’s establishment is situated.
The notice shall indicate that the road vehicle has been placed under the administration of the Public Curator, that the vehicle may be recovered by its owner on payment of the fees of and expenses incurred by the Public Curator for the administration of the vehicle and that, from the eleventh day after the date of publication of the notice, the Public Curator will be autorized to sell the vehicle.
The notice shall also indicate the name of the owner of the road vehicle as well as the year, identification number, make and model of the vehicle.
1996, c. 56, s. 65.