42. Notwithstanding the first paragraph of section 41, the Board shall assume the cost of purchasing or replacing one tactile type environmental control system per dwelling if the dwelling does not already have such a system or, where it does, if the system no longer meets the safety needs of any of the persons with a hearing deficiency who live in the dwelling and meet the terms and conditions prescribed by this Regulation.
The Board shall assume the cost of purchasing or replacing only one monitor per function per dwelling.
For the purposes of the second paragraph, a monitor may have any of the following functions: detecting the ringing of the telephone, the ringing of the door bell, the crying of a baby, or sounds.
In addition, the Board shall assume the cost of purchasing or replacing only one fire or smoke alarm detector per floor per dwelling.
In the case of the installation of a visual type environmental control system, the Board shall not assume the cost of purchasing or replacing more than 4 signal receivers per dwelling.
O.C. 869-93, s. 42; O.C. 535-97, s. 31; O.C. 382-2006, ss. 26 and 28; 1265-2018O.C. 1265-2018, s. 91.