S-8 - Act respecting the Société d’habitation du Québec

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86. In addition to the regulatory powers assigned to it by this Act, the Société may, by by-law:
(a)  (paragraph repealed);
(b)  determine the conditions upon which it may authorize the municipalities, bureaus and organizations or persons recognized by it to undertake or cause to be undertaken studies and research on renewal or housing, or to undertake or cause to be undertaken the works for the preparation of programs the preparation of which is undertaken under this Act;
(c)  (paragraph repealed);
(d)  fix the minimum conditions of provision of alternate housing accommodation to be fulfilled by any person who obtains an authorization, approval, subsidy, allowance or loan from the Société, with respect to the persons or families dispossessed as a consequence of the carrying out of a program provided for by this Act;
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  establish the conditions upon which leases may be taken or granted by a municipality, a bureau or by any organization or person who obtains a loan, subsidy or allowance for the carrying out of a housing program and define the conditions to which deeds of alienation of immovables held under this Act shall be subject;
(h)  establish standards for the recognition of non-profit organizations and the conditions upon which such recognition shall be maintained, including the inspections which they must undergo, the reports that they must make to it and the information that such reports must contain, the books, registers and accounts that they must keep, and the administrative standards with which they must comply;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(j)  determine the amount of the fees payable on any application for approval or for a loan made under this Act;
(k)  define the expressions “person or family of low income”, “person or family of moderate income”, “low-rental housing”; “related purposes” for the purposes of section 77;
(l)  delegate certain powers conferred upon it by this Act to the president and chief executive officer, the secretary or another member of its personnel;
(m)  determine the dwelling units that are to be made accessible for handicapped persons within the meaning of the Act to secure handicapped persons in the exercise of their rights with a view to achieving social, school and workplace integration (chapter E-20.1), in view of the approval of a housing program under section 53;
(n)  establish categories and subcategories of dwellings in low rental housing according to physical characteristics or with a view to reserving, to such extent as may be prescribed, the allocation of dwellings situated in any one immovable or in part thereof to persons meeting the requirements prescribed by by-law for inclusion in a given group;
(o)  establish conditions or criteria governing acceptance of lease applications and determining eligibility for a dwelling belonging to a given category or subcategory of dwellings in low rental housing;
(p)  establish conditions or criteria governing the allocation of dwellings in low rental housing or of such dwellings of a given category or subcategory, including conditions or criteria to be used for the classification of eligible persons, and determine the weighting of those criteria;
(q)  exclude certain persons from eligibility for the leasing or allocation of dwellings in low rental housing or of such dwellings of a given category or subcategory, or exempt certain persons from the application of certain conditions or criteria established pursuant to subparagraph n, o or p;
(r)  confer on the lessor of a dwelling in low rental housing, in respect of such elements and to such extent as may be prescribed, the power to establish, by by-law, conditions, criteria or cases of exclusion or exemption other than, or in addition to, those established pursuant to subparagraph n, o, p or q and to determine, in the same manner, the weighting of his own criteria or those of the Société;
(s)  require that persons entered on the list of eligible persons communicate to the lessor of low rental housing information and documents which are necessary to him in the performance of his functions as lessor;
(t)  establish conditions according to which the lessor of low rental housing shall keep the register of applications and the list of eligible persons, as well as the period of validity of the list and the circumstances in which the lessor may remove a person’s name from the list or vary his classification;
(u)  confer on the lessor, to such extent as may be prescribed, the power to establish, by by-law, a smaller selection territory within the territory he serves and, if expedient, to keep more than one register of applications and more than one list of eligible persons;
(v)  establish a procedure for the selection of lessees of low rental housing and provide for the establishment, by the lessor, of a committee responsible for performing functions determined by by-law with respect to the examination of applications, regulate the composition and operation of the committee and determine the maximum term of office of its members;
(w)  establish, having regard to the size of the bureaus, the number of their employees or the diversity of their activities, the management documents and supporting documents to be produced to the Société and determine the terms and conditions of their production.
The by-laws relating to matters referred to in subparagraphs g, n to r and t of the first paragraph may, subject to the Charter of human rights and freedoms (chapter C-12) and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Part I of Schedule B to the Canada Act, chapter 11 in the 1982 volume of the Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom), include distinctions, exclusions or preferences based on age, handicap or any element pertaining to the situation of a person.
The by-laws of the Société may prescribe, as a condition for acceptance of an application for leasing, the use of the form established by the Société or the form established by the lessor and approved by the Société.
The by-laws made by the lessor pursuant to the by-laws of the Société shall be submitted to the Société for approval.
1966-67, c. 55, s. 67; 1974, c. 49, s. 30; 1978, c. 7, s. 99; 1979, c. 48, s. 125; 1987, c. 10, s. 28; 1989, c. 49, s. 2; 1991, c. 62, s. 4; 1999, c. 40, s. 273; 2001, c. 25, s. 177, s. 178; 2002, c. 2, s. 13; 2004, c. 31, s. 71; 2007, c. 24, s. 16.
86. In addition to the regulatory powers assigned to it by this Act, the Société may, by by-law:
(a)  (paragraph repealed);
(b)  determine the conditions upon which it may authorize the municipalities, bureaus and organizations or persons recognized by it to undertake or cause to be undertaken studies and research on renewal or housing, or to undertake or cause to be undertaken the works for the preparation of programs the preparation of which is undertaken under this Act;
(c)  (paragraph repealed);
(d)  fix the minimum conditions of provision of alternate housing accommodation to be fulfilled by any person who obtains an authorization, approval, subsidy, allowance or loan from the Société, with respect to the persons or families dispossessed as a consequence of the carrying out of a program provided for by this Act;
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  establish the conditions upon which leases may be taken or granted by a municipality, a bureau or by any organization or person who obtains a loan, subsidy or allowance for the carrying out of a housing program and define the conditions to which deeds of alienation of immovables held under this Act shall be subject;
(h)  establish standards for the recognition of non-profit organizations and the conditions upon which such recognition shall be maintained, including the inspections which they must undergo, the reports that they must make to it and the information that such reports must contain, the books, registers and accounts that they must keep, and the administrative standards with which they must comply;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(j)  determine the amount of the fees payable on any application for approval or for a loan made under this Act;
(k)  define the expressions “person or family of low income”, “person or family of moderate income”, “low-rental housing”; “related purposes” for the purposes of section 77;
(l)  adopt by-laws for its internal management and the conduct of its affairs and, if necessary, delegate certain powers conferred upon it by this Act to the president and chief executive officer, the secretary or another member of its personnel;
(m)  determine the dwelling units that are to be made accessible for handicapped persons within the meaning of the Act to secure handicapped persons in the exercise of their rights with a view to achieving social, school and workplace integration (chapter E-20.1), in view of the approval of a housing program under section 53;
(n)  establish categories and subcategories of dwellings in low rental housing according to physical characteristics or with a view to reserving, to such extent as may be prescribed, the allocation of dwellings situated in any one immovable or in part thereof to persons meeting the requirements prescribed by by-law for inclusion in a given group;
(o)  establish conditions or criteria governing acceptance of lease applications and determining eligibility for a dwelling belonging to a given category or subcategory of dwellings in low rental housing;
(p)  establish conditions or criteria governing the allocation of dwellings in low rental housing or of such dwellings of a given category or subcategory, including conditions or criteria to be used for the classification of eligible persons, and determine the weighting of those criteria;
(q)  exclude certain persons from eligibility for the leasing or allocation of dwellings in low rental housing or of such dwellings of a given category or subcategory, or exempt certain persons from the application of certain conditions or criteria established pursuant to subparagraph n, o or p;
(r)  confer on the lessor of a dwelling in low rental housing, in respect of such elements and to such extent as may be prescribed, the power to establish, by by-law, conditions, criteria or cases of exclusion or exemption other than, or in addition to, those established pursuant to subparagraph n, o, p or q and to determine, in the same manner, the weighting of his own criteria or those of the Société;
(s)  require that persons entered on the list of eligible persons communicate to the lessor of low rental housing information and documents which are necessary to him in the performance of his functions as lessor;
(t)  establish conditions according to which the lessor of low rental housing shall keep the register of applications and the list of eligible persons, as well as the period of validity of the list and the circumstances in which the lessor may remove a person’s name from the list or vary his classification;
(u)  confer on the lessor, to such extent as may be prescribed, the power to establish, by by-law, a smaller selection territory within the territory he serves and, if expedient, to keep more than one register of applications and more than one list of eligible persons;
(v)  establish a procedure for the selection of lessees of low rental housing and provide for the establishment, by the lessor, of a committee responsible for performing functions determined by by-law with respect to the examination of applications, regulate the composition and operation of the committee and determine the maximum term of office of its members;
(w)  establish, having regard to the size of the bureaus, the number of their employees or the diversity of their activities, the management documents and supporting documents to be produced to the Société and determine the terms and conditions of their production.
The by-laws relating to matters referred to in subparagraphs g, n to r and t of the first paragraph may, subject to the Charter of human rights and freedoms (chapter C-12) and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Part I of Schedule B to the Canada Act, chapter 11 in the 1982 volume of the Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom), include distinctions, exclusions or preferences based on age, handicap or any element pertaining to the situation of a person.
The by-laws of the Société may prescribe, as a condition for acceptance of an application for leasing, the use of the form established by the Société or the form established by the lessor and approved by the Société.
The by-laws made by the lessor pursuant to the by-laws of the Société shall be submitted to the Société for approval.
1966-67, c. 55, s. 67; 1974, c. 49, s. 30; 1978, c. 7, s. 99; 1979, c. 48, s. 125; 1987, c. 10, s. 28; 1989, c. 49, s. 2; 1991, c. 62, s. 4; 1999, c. 40, s. 273; 2001, c. 25, s. 177, s. 178; 2002, c. 2, s. 13; 2004, c. 31, s. 71.
86. In addition to the regulatory powers assigned to it by this Act, the Société may, by by-law:
(a)  (paragraph repealed);
(b)  determine the conditions upon which it may authorize the municipalities, bureaus and organizations or persons recognized by it to undertake or cause to be undertaken studies and research on renewal or housing, or to undertake or cause to be undertaken the works for the preparation of programs the preparation of which is undertaken under this Act;
(c)  (paragraph repealed);
(d)  fix the minimum conditions of provision of alternate housing accommodation to be fulfilled by any person who obtains an authorization, approval, subsidy, allowance or loan from the Société, with respect to the persons or families dispossessed as a consequence of the carrying out of a program provided for by this Act;
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  establish the conditions upon which leases may be taken or granted by a municipality, a bureau or by any organization or person who obtains a loan, subsidy or allowance for the carrying out of a housing program and define the conditions to which deeds of alienation of immovables held under this Act shall be subject;
(h)  establish standards for the recognition of non-profit organizations and the conditions upon which such recognition shall be maintained, including the inspections which they must undergo, the reports that they must make to it and the information that such reports must contain, the books, registers and accounts that they must keep, and the administrative standards with which they must comply;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(j)  determine the amount of the fees payable on any application for approval or for a loan made under this Act;
(k)  define the expressions “person or family of low income”, “person or family of moderate income”, “low-rental housing”; “related purposes” for the purposes of section 77;
(l)  adopt by-laws for its internal management and the conduct of its affairs and, if necessary, delegate certain powers conferred upon it by this Act to the president and chief executive officer, the secretary or another member of its personnel;
(m)  determine the dwelling units that are to be made accessible for the handicapped within the meaning of the Act to secure the handicapped in the exercise of their rights, in view of the approval of a housing programme under section 53;
(n)  establish categories and subcategories of dwellings in low rental housing according to physical characteristics or with a view to reserving, to such extent as may be prescribed, the allocation of dwellings situated in any one immovable or in part thereof to persons meeting the requirements prescribed by by-law for inclusion in a given group;
(o)  establish conditions or criteria governing acceptance of lease applications and determining eligibility for a dwelling belonging to a given category or subcategory of dwellings in low rental housing;
(p)  establish conditions or criteria governing the allocation of dwellings in low rental housing or of such dwellings of a given category or subcategory, including conditions or criteria to be used for the classification of eligible persons, and determine the weighting of those criteria;
(q)  exclude certain persons from eligibility for the leasing or allocation of dwellings in low rental housing or of such dwellings of a given category or subcategory, or exempt certain persons from the application of certain conditions or criteria established pursuant to subparagraph n, o or p;
(r)  confer on the lessor of a dwelling in low rental housing, in respect of such elements and to such extent as may be prescribed, the power to establish, by by-law, conditions, criteria or cases of exclusion or exemption other than, or in addition to, those established pursuant to subparagraph n, o, p or q and to determine, in the same manner, the weighting of his own criteria or those of the Société;
(s)  require that persons entered on the list of eligible persons communicate to the lessor of low rental housing information and documents which are necessary to him in the performance of his functions as lessor;
(t)  establish conditions according to which the lessor of low rental housing shall keep the register of applications and the list of eligible persons, as well as the period of validity of the list and the circumstances in which the lessor may remove a person’s name from the list or vary his classification;
(u)  confer on the lessor, to such extent as may be prescribed, the power to establish, by by-law, a smaller selection territory within the territory he serves and, if expedient, to keep more than one register of applications and more than one list of eligible persons;
(v)  establish a procedure for the selection of lessees of low rental housing and provide for the establishment, by the lessor, of a committee responsible for performing functions determined by by-law with respect to the examination of applications, regulate the composition and operation of the committee and determine the maximum term of office of its members;
(w)  establish, having regard to the size of the bureaus, the number of their employees or the diversity of their activities, the management documents and supporting documents to be produced to the Société and determine the terms and conditions of their production.
The by-laws relating to matters referred to in subparagraphs g, n to r and t of the first paragraph may, subject to the Charter of human rights and freedoms (chapter C-12) and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Part I of Schedule B to the Canada Act, chapter 11 in the 1982 volume of the Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom), include distinctions, exclusions or preferences based on age, handicap or any element pertaining to the situation of a person.
The by-laws of the Société may prescribe, as a condition for acceptance of an application for leasing, the use of the form established by the Société or the form established by the lessor and approved by the Société.
The by-laws made by the lessor pursuant to the by-laws of the Société shall be submitted to the Société for approval.
1966-67, c. 55, s. 67; 1974, c. 49, s. 30; 1978, c. 7, s. 99; 1979, c. 48, s. 125; 1987, c. 10, s. 28; 1989, c. 49, s. 2; 1991, c. 62, s. 4; 1999, c. 40, s. 273; 2001, c. 25, s. 177, s. 178; 2002, c. 2, s. 13.
86. In addition to the regulatory powers assigned to it by this Act, the Société may, by by-law:
(a)  (paragraph repealed);
(b)  determine the conditions upon which it may authorize the municipalities, bureaus and organizations or persons recognized by it to undertake or cause to be undertaken studies and research on renewal or housing, or to undertake or cause to be undertaken the works for the preparation of programs the preparation of which is undertaken under this Act;
(c)  (paragraph repealed);
(d)  fix the minimum conditions of provision of alternate housing accommodation to be fulfilled by any person who obtains an authorization, approval, subsidy, allowance or loan from the Société, with respect to the persons or families dispossessed as a consequence of the carrying out of a program provided for by this Act;
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  establish the conditions upon which leases may be taken or granted by a municipality, a bureau or by any organization or person who obtains a loan, subsidy or allowance for the carrying out of a housing program and define the conditions to which deeds of alienation of immovables held under this Act shall be subject;
(h)  establish standards for the recognition of non-profit organizations and the conditions upon which such recognition shall be maintained, including the inspections which they must undergo, the reports that they must make to it and the information that such reports must contain, the books, registers and accounts that they must keep, and the administrative standards with which they must comply;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(j)  determine the amount of the fees payable on any application for approval or for a loan made under this Act;
(k)  define the expressions “person or family of low income”, “person or family of moderate income”, “low-rental housing”; “related purposes” for the purposes of section 77;
(l)  adopt by-laws for its internal management and the conduct of its affairs and, if necessary, delegate certain powers conferred upon it by this Act to the president and chief executive officer, the secretary or another member of its personnel;
(m)  determine the dwelling units that are to be made accessible for the handicapped within the meaning of the Act to secure the handicapped in the exercise of their rights, in view of the approval of a housing programme under section 53;
(n)  establish categories and subcategories of dwellings in low rental housing according to physical characteristics or with a view to reserving, to such extent as may be prescribed, the allocation of dwellings situated in any one immovable or in part thereof to persons meeting the requirements prescribed by by-law for inclusion in a given group;
(o)  establish conditions or criteria governing acceptance of lease applications and determining eligibility for a dwelling belonging to a given category or subcategory of dwellings in low rental housing;
(p)  establish conditions or criteria governing the allocation of dwellings in low rental housing or of such dwellings of a given category or subcategory, including conditions or criteria to be used for the classification of eligible persons, and determine the weighting of those criteria;
(q)  exclude certain persons from eligibility for the leasing or allocation of dwellings in low rental housing or of such dwellings of a given category or subcategory, or exempt certain persons from the application of certain conditions or criteria established pursuant to subparagraph n, o or p;
(r)  confer on the lessor of a dwelling in low rental housing, in respect of such elements and to such extent as may be prescribed, the power to establish, by by-law, conditions, criteria or cases of exclusion or exemption other than, or in addition to, those established pursuant to subparagraph n, o, p or q and to determine, in the same manner, the weighting of his own criteria or those of the Société;
(s)  require that persons entered on the list of eligible persons communicate to the lessor of low rental housing information and documents which are necessary to him in the performance of his functions as lessor;
(t)  establish conditions according to which the lessor of low rental housing shall keep the register of applications and the list of eligible persons, as well as the period of validity of the list and the circumstances in which the lessor may remove a person’s name from the list or vary his classification;
(u)  confer on the lessor, to such extent as may be prescribed, the power to establish, by by-law, a smaller selection territory within the territory he serves and, if expedient, to keep more than one register of applications and more than one list of eligible persons;
(v)  establish a procedure for the selection of lessees of low rental housing and provide for the establishment, by the lessor, of a committee responsible for performing functions determined by by-law with respect to the examination of applications, regulate the composition and operation of the committee and determine the maximum term of office of its members.
The by-laws relating to matters referred to in subparagraphs g, n to r and t of the first paragraph may, subject to the Charter of human rights and freedoms (chapter C-12) and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Part I of Schedule B to the Canada Act, chapter 11 in the 1982 volume of the Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom), include distinctions, exclusions or preferences based on age, handicap or any element pertaining to the situation of a person.
The by-laws of the Société may prescribe, as a condition for acceptance of an application for leasing, the use of the form established by the Société or the form established by the lessor and approved by the Société.
The by-laws made by the lessor pursuant to the by-laws of the Société shall be submitted to the Société for approval.
1966-67, c. 55, s. 67; 1974, c. 49, s. 30; 1978, c. 7, s. 99; 1979, c. 48, s. 125; 1987, c. 10, s. 28; 1989, c. 49, s. 2; 1991, c. 62, s. 4; 1999, c. 40, s. 273; 2001, c. 25, s. 177, s. 178.
86. In addition to the regulatory powers assigned to it by this Act, the Société may, by by-law:
(a)  (paragraph repealed);
(b)  determine the conditions upon which it may authorize the municipalities, municipal housing bureaus and organizations or persons recognized by it to undertake or cause to be undertaken studies and research on renewal or housing, or to undertake or cause to be undertaken the works for the preparation of programs the preparation of which is undertaken under this Act;
(c)  (paragraph repealed);
(d)  fix the minimum conditions of provision of alternate housing accommodation to be fulfilled by any person who obtains an authorization, approval, subsidy, allowance or loan from the Société, with respect to the persons or families dispossessed as a consequence of the carrying out of a program provided for by this Act;
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  establish the conditions upon which leases may be taken or granted by a municipality, a municipal housing bureau or by any organization or person who obtains a loan, subsidy or allowance for the carrying out of a housing program and define the conditions to which deeds of alienation of immovables held under this Act shall be subject;
(h)  establish standards for the recognition of non-profit organizations and the conditions upon which such recognition shall be maintained, including the inspections which they must undergo, the reports that they must make to it and the information that such reports must contain, the books, registers and accounts that they must keep, and the administrative standards with which they must comply;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(j)  determine the amount of the fees payable on any application for approval or for a loan made under this Act;
(k)  define the expressions “person or family of low income”, “person or family of moderate income”, “low-rental housing”; “related purposes” for the purposes of section 77;
(l)  adopt by-laws for its internal management and the conduct of its affairs and, if necessary, delegate certain powers conferred upon it by this Act to the president and chief executive officer, the secretary or another member of its personnel;
(m)  determine the dwelling units that are to be made accessible for the handicapped within the meaning of the Act to secure the handicapped in the exercise of their rights, in view of the approval of a housing programme under section 53;
(n)  establish categories and subcategories of dwellings in low rental housing according to physical characteristics or with a view to reserving, to such extent as may be prescribed, the allocation of dwellings situated in any one immovable or in part thereof to persons meeting the requirements prescribed by by-law for inclusion in a given group;
(o)  establish conditions or criteria governing acceptance of lease applications and determining eligibility for a dwelling belonging to a given category or subcategory of dwellings in low rental housing;
(p)  establish conditions or criteria governing the allocation of dwellings in low rental housing or of such dwellings of a given category or subcategory, including conditions or criteria to be used for the classification of eligible persons, and determine the weighting of those criteria;
(q)  exclude certain persons from eligibility for the leasing or allocation of dwellings in low rental housing or of such dwellings of a given category or subcategory, or exempt certain persons from the application of certain conditions or criteria established pursuant to subparagraph n, o or p;
(r)  confer on the lessor of a dwelling in low rental housing, in respect of such elements and to such extent as may be prescribed, the power to establish, by by-law, conditions, criteria or cases of exclusion or exemption other than, or in addition to, those established pursuant to subparagraph n, o, p or q and to determine, in the same manner, the weighting of his own criteria or those of the Société;
(s)  require that persons entered on the list of eligible persons communicate to the lessor of low rental housing information and documents which are necessary to him in the performance of his functions as lessor;
(t)  establish conditions according to which the lessor of low rental housing shall keep the register of applications and the list of eligible persons, as well as the period of validity of the list and the circumstances in which the lessor may remove a person’s name from the list or vary his classification;
(u)  confer on the lessor, to such extent as may be prescribed, the power to establish, by by-law, a smaller selection territory within the territory he serves and, if expedient, to keep more than one register of applications and more than one list of eligible persons;
(v)  establish a procedure for the selection of lessees of low rental housing and provide for the establishment, by the lessor, of a committee responsible for performing functions determined by by-law with respect to the examination of applications, regulate the composition and operation of the committee and determine the maximum term of office of its members.
The by-laws relating to matters referred to in subparagraphs g, n to r and t of the first paragraph may, subject to the Charter of human rights and freedoms (chapter C-12) and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Part I of Schedule B to the Canada Act, chapter 11 in the 1982 volume of the Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom), include distinctions, exclusions or preferences based on age, handicap or any element pertaining to the situation of a person.
The by-laws of the Société may prescribe, as a condition for acceptance of an application for leasing, the use of the form established by the Société or the form established by the lessor and approved by the Société.
The by-laws made by the lessor pursuant to the by-laws of the Société shall be submitted to the Société for approval.
1966-67, c. 55, s. 67; 1974, c. 49, s. 30; 1978, c. 7, s. 99; 1979, c. 48, s. 125; 1987, c. 10, s. 28; 1989, c. 49, s. 2; 1991, c. 62, s. 4; 1999, c. 40, s. 273.
86. In addition to the regulatory powers assigned to it by this Act, the Corporation may, by by-law:
(a)  (paragraph repealed);
(b)  determine the conditions upon which it may authorize the municipalities, municipal housing bureaus and organizations or persons recognized by it to undertake or cause to be undertaken studies and research on renewal or housing, or to undertake or cause to be undertaken the works for the preparation of programs the preparation of which is undertaken under this Act;
(c)  (paragraph repealed);
(d)  fix the minimum conditions of provision of alternate housing accommodation to be fulfilled by any person who obtains an authorization, approval, subsidy, allowance or loan from the Corporation, with respect to the persons or families dispossessed as a consequence of the carrying out of a program provided for by this Act;
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  establish the conditions upon which leases may be taken or granted by a municipality, a municipal housing bureau or by any organization or person who obtains a loan, subsidy or allowance for the carrying out of a housing program and define the conditions to which deeds of alienation of immovables held under this Act shall be subject;
(h)  establish standards for the recognition of non-profit organizations and the conditions upon which such recognition shall be maintained, including the inspections which they must undergo, the reports that they must make to it and the information that such reports must contain, the books, registers and accounts that they must keep, and the administrative standards with which they must comply;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(j)  determine the amount of the fees payable on any application for approval or for a loan made under this Act;
(k)  define the expressions “person or family of low income”, “person or family of moderate income”, “low-rental housing”; “related purposes” for the purposes of section 77;
(l)  adopt by-laws for its internal management and the conduct of its affairs and, if necessary, delegate certain powers conferred upon it by this Act to the president and chief executive officer, the secretary or another member of its personnel;
(m)  determine the dwelling units that are to be made accessible for the handicapped within the meaning of the Act to secure the handicapped in the exercise of their rights, in view of the approval of a housing programme under section 53;
(n)  establish categories and subcategories of dwellings in low rental housing according to physical characteristics or with a view to reserving, to such extent as may be prescribed, the allocation of dwellings situated in any one immovable or in part thereof to persons meeting the requirements prescribed by by-law for inclusion in a given group;
(o)  establish conditions or criteria governing acceptance of lease applications and determining eligibility for a dwelling belonging to a given category or subcategory of dwellings in low rental housing;
(p)  establish conditions or criteria governing the allocation of dwellings in low rental housing or of such dwellings of a given category or subcategory, including conditions or criteria to be used for the classification of eligible persons, and determine the weighting of those criteria;
(q)  exclude certain persons from eligibility for the leasing or allocation of dwellings in low rental housing or of such dwellings of a given category or subcategory, or exempt certain persons from the application of certain conditions or criteria established pursuant to subparagraph n, o or p;
(r)  confer on the lessor of a dwelling in low rental housing, in respect of such elements and to such extent as may be prescribed, the power to establish, by by-law, conditions, criteria or cases of exclusion or exemption other than, or in addition to, those established pursuant to subparagraph n, o, p or q and to determine, in the same manner, the weighting of his own criteria or those of the Corporation;
(s)  require that persons entered on the list of eligible persons communicate to the lessor of low rental housing information and documents which are necessary to him in the performance of his functions as lessor;
(t)  establish conditions according to which the lessor of low rental housing shall keep the register of applications and the list of eligible persons, as well as the period of validity of the list and the circumstances in which the lessor may remove a person’s name from the list or vary his classification;
(u)  confer on the lessor, to such extent as may be prescribed, the power to establish, by by-law, a smaller selection territory within the territory he serves and, if expedient, to keep more than one register of applications and more than one list of eligible persons;
(v)  establish a procedure for the selection of lessees of low rental housing and provide for the establishment, by the lessor, of a committee responsible for performing functions determined by by-law with respect to the examination of applications, regulate the composition and operation of the committee and determine the maximum term of office of its members.
The by-laws relating to matters referred to in subparagraphs g, n to r and t of the first paragraph may, subject to the Charter of human rights and freedoms (chapter C-12) and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Part I of Schedule B to the Canada Act, chapter 11 in the 1982 volume of the Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom), include distinctions, exclusions or preferences based on age, handicap or any element pertaining to the situation of a person.
The by-laws of the Corporation may prescribe, as a condition for acceptance of an application for leasing, the use of the form established by the Corporation or the form established by the lessor and approved by the Corporation.
The by-laws made by the lessor pursuant to the by-laws of the Corporation shall be submitted to the Corporation for approval.
1966-67, c. 55, s. 67; 1974, c. 49, s. 30; 1978, c. 7, s. 99; 1979, c. 48, s. 125; 1987, c. 10, s. 28; 1989, c. 49, s. 2; 1991, c. 62, s. 4.
86. In addition to the regulatory powers assigned to it by this Act, the Corporation may, by by-law:
(a)  (paragraph repealed);
(b)  determine the conditions upon which it may authorize the municipalities, municipal housing bureaus and organizations or persons recognized by it to undertake or cause to be undertaken studies and research on renewal or housing, or to undertake or cause to be undertaken the works for the preparation of programs the preparation of which is undertaken under this Act;
(c)  (paragraph repealed);
(d)  fix the minimum conditions of provision of alternate housing accommodation to be fulfilled by any person who obtains an authorization, approval, subsidy, allowance or loan from the Corporation, with respect to the persons or families dispossessed as a consequence of the carrying out of a program provided for by this Act;
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  establish the conditions upon which leases may be taken or granted by a municipality, a municipal housing bureau or by any organization or person who obtains a loan, subsidy or allowance for the carrying out of a housing program and define the conditions to which deeds of alienation of immovables held under this Act shall be subject;
(h)  establish standards for the recognition of non-profit organizations and the conditions upon which such recognition shall be maintained, including the inspections which they must undergo, the reports that they must make to it and the information that such reports must contain, the books, registers and accounts that they must keep, and the administrative standards with which they must comply;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(j)  determine the amount of the fees payable on any application for approval or for a loan made under this Act;
(k)  define the expressions “person or family of low income”, “person or family of moderate income”, “low-rental housing”; “related purposes” for the purposes of section 77;
(l)  determine any matter necessary for its internal management and prescribe any other measure it deems proper for the carrying out of this Act;
(m)  determine the dwelling units that are to be made accessible for the handicapped within the meaning of the Act to secure the handicapped in the exercise of their rights, in view of the approval of a housing programme under section 53;
(n)  establish categories and subcategories of dwellings in low rental housing according to physical characteristics or with a view to reserving, to such extent as may be prescribed, the allocation of dwellings situated in any one immovable or in part thereof to persons meeting the requirements prescribed by by-law for inclusion in a given group;
(o)  establish conditions or criteria governing acceptance of lease applications and determining eligibility for a dwelling belonging to a given category or subcategory of dwellings in low rental housing;
(p)  establish conditions or criteria governing the allocation of dwellings in low rental housing or of such dwellings of a given category or subcategory, including conditions or criteria to be used for the classification of eligible persons, and determine the weighting of those criteria;
(q)  exclude certain persons from eligibility for the leasing or allocation of dwellings in low rental housing or of such dwellings of a given category or subcategory, or exempt certain persons from the application of certain conditions or criteria established pursuant to subparagraph n, o or p;
(r)  confer on the lessor of a dwelling in low rental housing, in respect of such elements and to such extent as may be prescribed, the power to establish, by by-law, conditions, criteria or cases of exclusion or exemption other than, or in addition to, those established pursuant to subparagraph n, o, p or q and to determine, in the same manner, the weighting of his own criteria or those of the Corporation;
(s)  require that persons entered on the list of eligible persons communicate to the lessor of low rental housing information and documents which are necessary to him in the performance of his functions as lessor;
(t)  establish conditions according to which the lessor of low rental housing shall keep the register of applications and the list of eligible persons, as well as the period of validity of the list and the circumstances in which the lessor may remove a person’s name from the list or vary his classification;
(u)  confer on the lessor, to such extent as may be prescribed, the power to establish, by by-law, a smaller selection territory within the territory he serves and, if expedient, to keep more than one register of applications and more than one list of eligible persons;
(v)  establish a procedure for the selection of lessees of low rental housing and provide for the establishment, by the lessor, of a committee responsible for performing functions determined by by-law with respect to the examination of applications, regulate the composition and operation of the committee and determine the maximum term of office of its members.
The by-laws relating to matters referred to in subparagraphs n to r and t of the first paragraph may, subject to the Charter of human rights and freedoms (chapter C-12) and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Part I of Schedule B to the Canada Act, chapter 11 in the 1982 volume of the Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom), include distinctions, exclusions or preferences based on age, handicap or any element pertaining to the situation of a person.
The by-laws of the Corporation may prescribe, as a condition for acceptance of an application for leasing, the use of the form established by the Corporation or the form established by the lessor and approved by the Corporation.
The by-laws made by the lessor pursuant to the by-laws of the Corporation shall be submitted to the Corporation for approval.
1966-67, c. 55, s. 67; 1974, c. 49, s. 30; 1978, c. 7, s. 99; 1979, c. 48, s. 125; 1987, c. 10, s. 28; 1989, c. 49, s. 2.
86. In addition to the regulatory powers assigned to it by this Act, the Corporation may, by by-law:
(a)  (paragraph repealed);
(b)  determine the conditions upon which it may authorize the municipalities, municipal housing bureaus and organizations or persons recognized by it to undertake or cause to be undertaken studies and research on renewal or housing, or to undertake or cause to be undertaken the works for the preparation of programs the preparation of which is undertaken under this Act;
(c)  (paragraph repealed);
(d)  fix the minimum conditions of provision of alternate housing accommodation to be fulfilled by any person who obtains an authorization, approval, subsidy, allowance or loan from the Corporation, with respect to the persons or families dispossessed as a consequence of the carrying out of a program provided for by this Act;
(e)  (paragraph repealed);
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  establish the conditions upon which leases may be taken or granted by a municipality, a municipal housing bureau or by any organization or person who obtains a loan, subsidy or allowance for the carrying out of a housing program and define the conditions to which deeds of alienation of immovables held under this Act shall be subject;
(h)  establish standards for the recognition of non-profit organizations and the conditions upon which such recognition shall be maintained, including the inspections which they must undergo, the reports that they must make to it and the information that such reports must contain, the books, registers and accounts that they must keep, and the administrative standards with which they must comply;
(i)  (paragraph repealed);
(j)  determine the amount of the fees payable on any application for approval or for a loan made under this Act;
(k)  define the expressions “person or family of low income”, “person or family of moderate income”, “low-rental housing”; “related purposes” for the purposes of section 77;
(l)  determine any matter necessary for its internal management and prescribe any other measure it deems proper for the carrying out of this Act;
(m)  determine the dwelling units that are to be made accessible for the handicapped within the meaning of the Act to secure the handicapped in the exercise of their rights, in view of the approval of a housing programme under section 53;
(n)  establish the terms and conditions according to which the lessor of a dwelling in low rental housing shall keep a register of applications and a list of eligible persons;
(o)  establish the criteria of acceptance of applications of eligibility or of allocation of dwellings in low rental housing.
1966-67, c. 55, s. 67; 1974, c. 49, s. 30; 1978, c. 7, s. 99; 1979, c. 48, s. 125; 1987, c. 10, s. 28.
86. In addition to the regulatory powers assigned to it by this act, the Corporation may, by by-law:
(a)  establish standards under which it may authorize the issuance of the permits contemplated in the first paragraph of section 28;
(b)  determine the conditions upon which it may authorize the municipalities, municipal housing bureaus and organizations or persons recognized by it to undertake or cause to be undertaken studies and research on renewal or housing, or to undertake or cause to be undertaken the works for the preparation of programs the preparation of which is undertaken under this act;
(c)  fix the maximum price that a municipality may require for giving interested parties copies of a renewal program adopted by it;
(d)  fix the minimum conditions of provision of alternate housing accommodation to be fulfilled by any person who obtains an authorization, approval, subsidy, allowance or loan from the Corporation, with respect to the persons or families dispossessed as a consequence of the carrying out of a program provided for by this act;
(e)  determine the standards whereby it will make loans and specify in particular, the guarantees exigible, the period for repayment of the loans, the insurance that a borrower must maintain in force and the cases in which a borrower is in default;
(f)  determine standards whereby it will grant a subsidy;
(g)  establish the conditions upon which leases may be taken or granted by a municipality, a municipal housing bureau or by any organization or person who obtains a loan, subsidy or allowance for the carrying out of a housing program and define the conditions to which deeds of alienation of immoveables held under this act shall be subject;
(h)  establish standards for the recognition of non-profit organizations and the conditions upon which such recognition shall be maintained, including the inspections which they must undergo, the reports that they must make to it and the information that such reports must contain, the books, registers and accounts that they must keep, and the administrative standards with which they must comply;
(i)  determine the conditions and formalities whereby loans, subsidies and allowances may be advanced or paid;
(j)  determine the amount of the fees payable on any application for approval or for a loan made under this act;
(k)  define the expressions “person or family of low income”, “person or family of moderate income”, “low-rental housing” and “suitable housing”; “public services” for the purposes of paragraph g of section 32; “related purposes” for the purposes of section 77;
(l)  determine any matter necessary for its internal management and prescribe any other measure it deems proper for the carrying out of this act;
(m)  determine the dwelling units that are to be made accessible for the handicapped within the meaning of the Act to secure the handicapped in the exercise of their rights, in view of the approval of a housing programme under section 53;
(n)  establish the terms and conditions according to which the lessor of a dwelling in low rental housing shall keep a register of applications and a list of eligible persons;
(o)  establish the criteria of acceptance of applications, of eligibility or of allocation of dwellings in low rental housing.
1966-67, c. 55, s. 67; 1974, c. 49, s. 30; 1978, c. 7, s. 99; 1979, c. 48, s. 125.
86. In addition to the regulatory powers assigned to it by this act, the Corporation may, by by-law:
(a)  establish standards under which it may authorize the issuance of the permits contemplated in the first paragraph of section 28;
(b)  determine the conditions upon which it may authorize the municipalities, municipal housing bureaus and organizations or persons recognized by it to undertake or cause to be undertaken studies and research on renewal or housing, or to undertake or cause to be undertaken the works for the preparation of programs the preparation of which is undertaken under this act;
(c)  fix the maximum price that a municipality may require for giving interested parties copies of a renewal program adopted by it;
(d)  fix the minimum conditions of provision of alternate housing accommodation to be fulfilled by any person who obtains an authorization, approval, subsidy, allowance or loan from the Corporation, with respect to the persons or families dispossessed as a consequence of the carrying out of a program provided for by this act;
(e)  determine the standards whereby it will make loans and specify in particular, the guarantees exigible, the period for repayment of the loans, the insurance that a borrower must maintain in force and the cases in which a borrower is in default;
(f)  determine standards whereby it will grant a subsidy;
(g)  establish the conditions upon which leases may be taken or granted by a municipality, a municipal housing bureau or by any organization or person who obtains a loan, subsidy or allowance for the carrying out of a housing program and define the conditions to which deeds of alienation of immoveables held under this act shall be subject;
(h)  establish standards for the recognition of non-profit organizations and the conditions upon which such recognition shall be maintained, including the inspections which they must undergo, the reports that they must make to it and the information that such reports must contain, the books, registers and accounts that they must keep, and the administrative standards with which they must comply;
(i)  determine the conditions and formalities whereby loans, subsidies and allowances may be advanced or paid;
(j)  determine the amount of the fees payable on any application for approval or for a loan made under this act;
(k)  define the expressions “person or family of low income”, “person or family of moderate income”, “low-rental housing” and “suitable housing”; “public services” for the purposes of paragraph g of section 32; “related purposes” for the purposes of section 77;
(l)  determine any matter necessary for its internal management and prescribe any other measure it deems proper for the carrying out of this act;
(m)  determine the dwelling units that are to be made accessible for the handicapped within the meaning of the Act to secure the handicapped in the exercise of their rights, in view of the approval of a housing programme under section 53.
1966-67, c. 55, s. 67; 1974, c. 49, s. 30; 1978, c. 7, s. 99.
86. In addition to the regulatory powers assigned to it by this act, the Corporation may, by by-law:
(a)  establish standards under which it may authorize the issuance of the permits contemplated in the first paragraph of section 28;
(b)  determine the conditions upon which it may authorize the municipalities, municipal housing bureaus and organizations or persons recognized by it to undertake or cause to be undertaken studies and research on renewal or housing, or to undertake or cause to be undertaken the works for the preparation of programs the preparation of which is undertaken under this act;
(c)  fix the maximum price that a municipality may require for giving interested parties copies of a renewal program adopted by it;
(d)  fix the minimum conditions of provision of alternate housing accommodation to be fulfilled by any person who obtains an authorization, approval, subsidy, allowance or loan from the Corporation, with respect to the persons or families dispossessed as a consequence of the carrying out of a program provided for by this act;
(e)  determine the standards whereby it will make loans and specify in particular, the guarantees exigible, the period for repayment of the loans, the insurance that a borrower must maintain in force and the cases in which a borrower is in default;
(f)  determine standards whereby it will grant a subsidy;
(g)  establish the conditions upon which leases may be taken or granted by a municipality, a municipal housing bureau or by any organization or person who obtains a loan, subsidy or allowance for the carrying out of a housing program and define the conditions to which deeds of alienation of immoveables held under this act shall be subject;
(h)  establish standards for the recognition of non-profit organizations and the conditions upon which such recognition shall be maintained, including the inspections which they must undergo, the reports that they must make to it and the information that such reports must contain, the books, registers and accounts that they must keep, and the administrative standards with which they must comply;
(i)  determine the conditions and formalities whereby loans, subsidies and allowances may be advanced or paid;
(j)  determine the amount of the fees payable on any application for approval or for a loan made under this act;
(k)  define the expressions “person or family of low income”, “person or family of moderate income”, “low-rental housing” and “suitable housing”; “public services” for the purposes of paragraph g of section 32; “related purposes” for the purposes of section 77;
(l)  determine any matter necessary for its internal management and prescribe any other measure it deems proper for the carrying out of this act.
1966-67, c. 55, s. 67; 1974, c. 49, s. 30.