33.1. Where the inability to obtain a licence or to qualify a partnership or a corporation to that effect results from a provision of paragraph e or f of section 31 or 33, the board may, upon application, before the lapse of three years prescribed therein, issue a licence to a natural person, partnership or corporation if it is shown to the board that the bankruptcy is not attributable to the disqualified person.
Where the inability to obtain a licence or to qualify a partnership or corporation for that purpose arises from the provisions contemplated in paragraph c of section 31 or 33 for an offence contemplated in subparagraph v of paragraph b of section 43, the board may authorize the issue of a licence sooner to a person who applies therefor. In order to render its decision, the board shall especially consider the nature of the offence committed, its seriousness and its effect on the activities which the person applying for the licence intends to carry on in the construction industry.
1979, c. 2, s. 7; 1983, c. 26, s. 20.