89. The Government may delegate to a municipal or supramunicipal authority the exercise of a power conferred on it under subparagraphs 3 to 5, 7 to 13, 15 and 16 to 17 of the first paragraph of section 88. Any regulation made by an authorized authority shall replace in a territory under the jurisdiction of the authority any regulation to the same effect made by the Government unless such a regulation, made under the second paragraph of section 88, applies to a taximeter.
Any municipal or supramunicipal authority may also, by regulation,
(1) to finance activities related to the exercise of a power it exercises under this section, impose and collect, each year, additional duties payable by each holder of a taxi owner’s permit in its territory for every permit obtained or renewed;
(2) prescribe any condition in respect of a taxi owner’s permit whose servicing area is situated in its territory;
(3) fix the annual duties payable for the issue, maintenance or renewal of a taxi driver’s permit or a taxi transportation service intermediary’s permit and prescribe the other conditions pertaining thereto.
Where a municipal or supramunicipal authority exercises the power referred to in subparagraph 1 of the second paragraph, the Government may reduce the duties payable by the same permit holders under subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph of section 88.
2001, c. 15, s. 89; 2002, c. 49, s. 16; 2016, c. 22, s. 331.