31. To obtain a licence or to qualify a partnership or corporation to obtain a licence, a natural person must:
(a) prove to the board that he has the relevant knowledge or experience in the management of a construction undertaking and in the carrying out of construction work to warrant the trust of the public and that he has passed the examinations provided for by regulation;
(b) establish his solvency;
(c) be free of any conviction in respect of any offence contemplated in subparagraphs iv, v and vi of paragraph b of section 43 for the five years preceding the application;
(d) prove, if he was a bankrupt, that he has obtained his release after having complied with the conditions fixed by a court of competent jurisdiction;
(e) prove, if he was a member of a partnership within twelve months before the date of bankruptcy of that partnership, that more than three years have elapsed since that bankruptcy;
(f) prove, if he was a director or a shareholder holding twenty per cent or more of the voting shares of a corporation within twelve months before the date of bankruptcy of that corporation, that more than three years have elapsed since that bankruptcy;
(g) prove, in the case where, under the Master Electricians Act (chapter M-3) or the Master Pipe-Mechanics Act (chapter M-4), he must be a member of the Corporation des maîtres électriciens du Québec or of the Corporation des maîtres mécaniciens en tuyauterie du Québec, that the entrance dues and annual assessment required under those acts have been paid.