34. No certificate, permit or licence, issued under this act or the regulations enacted thereunder, may be transferred or conveyed; and every such licence, permit and certificate may be suspended or cancelled by the board of examiners for sufficient reasons. Such suspension or cancellation shall, however, be subject to appeal to the Minister and his decision shall be final.
The owner of a public building or the manufacturer of fixed prefabricated constructions who has electrical installation work done under the responsibility of a chief journeyman who no longer meets the conditions necessary for the issue of the A-2 or A-3 licence, may continue these operations for a period not surpassing three months from the date on which the chief journeyman ceases to meet the above conditions. In the case of death of the chief journeyman, this period is increased to six months.
Where the member contemplated in the third paragraph of section 20 ceases to qualify the holder of a “B” licence to hold that licence, he shall be replaced within three months. In the case of death, the delay for his replacement is increased to six months.
In the case of death of a holder of an “A” licence, the testamentary executor, the heirs or legatees, the administrator of the estate or the legal representative of the deceased, as the case may be, may continue his operations for a maximum of six months from the date of death.
R. S. 1964, c. 152, s. 38; 1978, c. 54, s. 19.