29. The Corporation may generate, acquire, sell, transmit and distribute power.
The Corporation may, for such purpose, construct, purchase or lease any immovables, constructions or apparatus required.
The Corporation may dispose of any by-products arising out of its operations and transform the same; it may manufacture all apparatus necessary for its purposes or for the utilization of power by itself or by other persons and deal in such apparatus.
The Corporation may acquire or lease any immovables required for establishing thereon plants, offices, stores or warehouses and it may lease any space in its immovables not required for its own purposes.
The Corporation may acquire, by transfer or license, patents of invention and may dispose of the same.
The Corporation may, for its purposes, acquire, lease, convey, alienate or encumber any movable property.
Nevertheless, the construction of immovables by the Corporation must first be authorized by the Government in such cases as it may determine.
The Corporation may convey any immovable by emphyteutic lease whenever required by its operations, or alienate any immovable no longer required for the pursuit of its operations.
The Corporation itself, or through a subsidiary incorporated under the Companies Act (chapter C-38), alone or in association with other persons, may act as adviser in the fields of production, transmission and distribution of energy and provide services relating to its technical expertness and to the experience it has acquired in those fields, in connection with work or services intended to be carried out or utilized outside Québec.
R. S. 1964, c. 86, s. 29; 1978, c. 41, s. 1, s. 10; 1983, c. 15, s. 19; 1993, c. 33, s. 4.