C-65.1, r. 3 - Regulation respecting government concession contracts

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3. In this Regulation, unless the context indicates otherwise,
(a)  “calls for tenders in newspapers” means a notice published in at least 1 daily newspaper inviting potential agents to submit tenders for a government concession;
(b)  “invitations of tenders” means a notice personally addressed to potential agents inviting them to submit tenders for a government concession;
(c)  “turnover” means the anticipated gross revenue of a concession after taxes, collected by the agent for the Gouvernement du Québec;
(d)  “agent” means a natural or legal person who has signed a concession contract with the owner;
(e)  “concession contract” means a contract made by the Government or in its name respecting the carrying on by a natural or legal person of an activity of a commercial nature in the place and stead of the Government and for which royalties are paid to the Government, with the exclusion of the sale of permits, licences, securities or bonds of the province and lottery tickets;
(f)  “principal establisment” means the principal establishment from which the business is directed and where the managing staff and equipment are ordinarily located;
(g)  “owner” means the department or body signatory to the contract with the agent;
(h)  “royalty” means the amount to be paid by the agent under a concession contract.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. A-6, r. 6, s. 3.