R-2.2 - Act respecting the collection of certain debts

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51. In addition to the other powers provided in the Act and for the purposes of its application, the Government may make regulations
(1)  determining the form, the terms and conditions and the amount of deposits, the cases where the president may dispose of them and the manner in which they may be distributed;
(2)  determining the qualifications required of any person applying for a permit, the renewal of a permit or, in the case provided for in section 19, the transfer of a permit, the conditions he must fulfil, the information and documents he must furnish and the duties he must pay;
(2.1)  determining terms and conditions for the issue, renewal, suspension or cancellation of a collection agent representative certificate, cases where a certificate ceases to have effect, the qualifications required of a person applying for a certificate, the documents to be sent, the conditions to be met and the duties to be paid;
(3)  prescribing the financial statements a permit holder must furnish to the president and the form in which they are to be furnished;
(4)  prescribing model notices of payment and collection mandates;
(5)  determining conditions and modes and procedures for the receipt and keeping of sums deposited in a trust account;
(6)  establishing rules governing the keeping of registers, accounts, books and records by a permit holder;
(7)  determining the form and the terms and conditions of the rendering of account to be made by a permit holder to a person from or for whom he has received a sum of money;
(8)  determining the information that the permit holder must furnish to the president, to a debtor or to a creditor;
(9)  determining the form of a document to be furnished to the president;
(10)  exempting, on such conditions as it may determine, any class of persons or debts from the application of this Act in whole or in part.
1979, c. 70, s. 51; 1999, c. 40, s. 243; 2017, c. 242017, c. 24, s. 80.
51. In addition to the other powers provided in the Act and for the purposes of its application, the Government may make regulations
(1)  determining the form, the terms and conditions and the amount of deposits, the cases where the president may dispose of them and the manner in which they may be distributed;
(2)  determining the qualifications required of any person applying for a permit, the renewal of a permit or, in the case provided for in section 19, the transfer of a permit, the conditions he must fulfil, the information and documents he must furnish and the duties he must pay;
(3)  prescribing the financial statements a permit holder must furnish to the president and the form in which they are to be furnished;
(4)  prescribing model notices of payment and collection mandates;
(5)  determining conditions and modes and procedures for the receipt and keeping of sums deposited in a trust account;
(6)  establishing rules governing the keeping of registers, accounts, books and records by a permit holder;
(7)  determining the form and the terms and conditions of the rendering of account to be made by a permit holder to a person from or for whom he has received a sum of money;
(8)  determining the information that the permit holder must furnish to the president, to a debtor or to a creditor;
(9)  determining the form of a document to be furnished to the president;
(10)  exempting, on such conditions as it may determine, any class of persons or debts from the application of this Act in whole or in part.
1979, c. 70, s. 51; 1999, c. 40, s. 243.
51. In addition to the other powers provided in the act and for the purposes of its application, the Government may make regulations
(1)  determining the form, the terms and conditions and the amount of deposits, the cases where the president may dispose of them and the manner in which they may be distributed;
(2)  determining the qualifications required of any person applying for a permit, the renewal of a permit or, in the case provided for in section 19, the transfer of a permit, the conditions he must fulfil, the information and documents he must furnish and the duties he must pay;
(3)  prescribing the financial statements a permit holder must furnish to the president and the form in which they are to be furnished;
(4)  prescribing model notices of payment and collection mandates;
(5)  determining conditions and modes and procedures for the receipt and keeping of sums deposited in trust;
(6)  establishing rules governing the keeping of registers, accounts, books and records by a permit holder;
(7)  determining the form and the terms and conditions of the rendering of account to be made by a permit holder to a person from or for whom he has received a sum of money;
(8)  determining the information that the permit holder must furnish to the president, to a debtor or to a creditor;
(9)  determining the form of a document to be furnished to the president;
(10)  exempting, on such conditions as it may determine, any class of persons or debts from the application of this act in whole or in part.
1979, c. 70, s. 51.