S-6.01 - Act respecting transportation services by taxi

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82. The Commission may, on its own initiative or on request, make an inquiry to determine whether a person is contravening this Act or the regulations thereunder.
The Commission may also, when it is informed that a person subject to this Act endangers the safety of users by contravening, in particular, the first paragraph of section 57 or the first paragraph of section 58, withdraw a person’s right to maintain the automobile concerned in operation. The procedure established under section 35 of the Transport Act (chapter T‐12) then applies.
The Commission may also, when it is informed or becomes aware that the holder of a taxi driver’s permit is charged with a criminal or indictable offence referred to in any of subparagraphs 2 to 4 of the first paragraph of section 26, make an inquiry to determine whether the impediment compromises the safety of users and, where appropriate, order the Société or the authority referred to in section 25 to suspend that person’s taxi driver’s permit until a court has rendered judgment. The Société or authority must suspend the taxi driver’s permit of a holder as soon as a notice of suspension is received from the Commission.
Following an inquiry, the Commission may also, where a holder of a taxi driver’s permit has charged a higher fare than that fixed by the Commission, order the Société or the authority referred to in section 25 to suspend the permit for a period determined by the Commission. The Société or authority must suspend the permit as soon as the notice of suspension is received from the Commission.
The Commission may, on its own initiative or on request, order the Société to withdraw, from a person who has offered or provided a taxi transportation service without holding the permit or licence required under this Act, the right to maintain in operation the automobile used for that purpose. The procedure established under section 35 of the Transport Act applies.
2001, c. 15, s. 82; 2002, c. 49, s. 13; 2009, c. 17, s. 14; 2016, c. 222016, c. 22, s. 30.
82. The Commission may, on its own initiative or on request, make an inquiry to determine whether a person is contravening this Act or the regulations thereunder.
The Commission may also, when it is informed that a person subject to this Act endangers the safety of users by contravening, in particular, the first paragraph of section 57 or the first paragraph of section 58, withdraw a person’s right to maintain the automobile concerned in operation. The procedure established under section 35 of the Transport Act (chapter T‐12) then applies.
The Commission may also, when it is informed or becomes aware that the holder of a taxi driver’s permit is charged with a criminal or indictable offence referred to in any of subparagraphs 2 to 4 of the first paragraph of section 26, make an inquiry to determine whether the impediment compromises the safety of users and, where appropriate, order the Société or the authority referred to in section 25 to suspend that person’s taxi driver’s permit until a court has rendered judgment. The Société or authority must suspend the taxi driver’s permit of a holder as soon as a notice of suspension is received from the Commission.
Following an inquiry, the Commission may also, where a holder of a taxi driver’s permit has charged a higher fare than that fixed by the Commission, order the Société or the authority referred to in section 25 to suspend the permit for a period determined by the Commission. The Société or authority must suspend the permit as soon as the notice of suspension is received from the Commission.
2001, c. 15, s. 82; 2002, c. 49, s. 13; 2009, c. 17, s. 14.
82. The Commission may, on its own initiative or on request, make an inquiry to determine whether a person is contravening this Act or the regulations thereunder.
The Commission may also, when it is informed that a person subject to this Act endangers the safety of users by contravening, in particular, the first paragraph of section 57 or the first paragraph of section 58, withdraw a person’s right to maintain the automobile concerned in operation. The procedure established under section 35 of the Transport Act (chapter T‐12) then applies.
The Commission may also, when it is informed or becomes aware that the holder of a taxi driver’s permit is charged with a criminal or indictable offence referred to in any of subparagraphs 2 to 4 of the first paragraph of section 26, make an inquiry to determine whether the impediment compromises the safety of users and, where appropriate, order the Société or the authority referred to in section 25 to suspend that person’s taxi driver’s permit until a court has rendered judgment. The Société or authority must suspend the taxi driver’s permit of a holder as soon as a notice of suspension is received from the Commission.
2001, c. 15, s. 82; 2002, c. 49, s. 13.
82. The Commission may, on its own initiative or on request, make an inquiry to determine whether a person is contravening this Act or the regulations thereunder.
The Commission may also, when it is informed that a person subject to this Act endangers the safety of users by contravening, in particular, the first paragraph of section 57 or the first paragraph of section 58, withdraw a person’s right to maintain the automobile concerned in operation. The procedure established under section 35 of the Transport Act (chapter T‐12) then applies.
2001, c. 15, s. 82.