Q-2, r. 35.5 - Regulation respecting landfill methane reclamation and destruction projects eligible for the issuance of offset credits

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51. A verifier who, following the verification of a project report, concludes, at a reasonable level of assurance, that the report complies with this Regulation and contains no significant errors, omissions or inaccuracies, must give the promoter a positive verification opinion.
A verifier who, following the verification of a project report, observes a failure to comply with a condition for the quantification of GHG emission reductions attributable to the project that cannot be corrected by the promoter must assess its impact on the GHG emission reductions recorded in the project report and determine if it leads to significant errors, omissions or inaccuracies. If a failure to comply with a condition for the quantification of GHG emission reductions cannot be corrected by the promoter but the failure does not lead to significant errors, omissions or inaccuracies, and if the verifier concludes, at a reasonable level of assurance, that the other conditions of the Regulation have been complied with and that there are no significant errors, omissions or inaccuracies, the verifier must give the promoter a qualified positive verification opinion.
2021-06-11M.O. 2021-06-11, s. 51.
In force: 2021-07-15
51. A verifier who, following the verification of a project report, concludes, at a reasonable level of assurance, that the report complies with this Regulation and contains no significant errors, omissions or inaccuracies, must give the promoter a positive verification opinion.
A verifier who, following the verification of a project report, observes a failure to comply with a condition for the quantification of GHG emission reductions attributable to the project that cannot be corrected by the promoter must assess its impact on the GHG emission reductions recorded in the project report and determine if it leads to significant errors, omissions or inaccuracies. If a failure to comply with a condition for the quantification of GHG emission reductions cannot be corrected by the promoter but the failure does not lead to significant errors, omissions or inaccuracies, and if the verifier concludes, at a reasonable level of assurance, that the other conditions of the Regulation have been complied with and that there are no significant errors, omissions or inaccuracies, the verifier must give the promoter a qualified positive verification opinion.
2021-06-11M.O. 2021-06-11, s. 51.