CVOR certificates issued, renewed by Registrar Sect. 17

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CVOR certificates issued, renewed by Registrar Sect. 17

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CVOR certificates issued, renewed by Registrar

17. (1) The Registrar shall issue a CVOR certificate to and renew a CVOR certificate of every person who applies for the certificate or renewal in the form approved by the Minister and meets the requirements of this Act and the regulations. 2002, c. 18, Sched. P, s. 4 (1).

Terms and conditions


(1.1) The Registrar may issue a CVOR certificate subject to any terms and conditions that the Registrar considers appropriate. 2002, c. 18, Sched. P, s. 4 (1).

Refusal to issue


(2) The Registrar may refuse to issue a CVOR certificate to an applicant if the Registrar has reason to believe, having regard to the applicant’s safety record and any other information that the Registrar considers relevant, that the applicant will not operate a commercial motor vehicle safely or in accordance with this Act, the regulations and other laws relating to highway safety. 1996, c. 33, s. 2.

Same

(3) The Registrar may refuse to issue a CVOR certificate to an applicant if the applicant is related to,

(a) a person whose CVOR certificate has been cancelled, is or has been under suspension or is or has been subject to a fleet limitation;

(b) a person whose CVOR certificate suspension, cancellation or fleet limitation is under appeal; or

(c) a person who the Registrar has reason to believe, having regard to the person’s safety record and any other information that the Registrar considers relevant, will not operate a commercial motor vehicle safely or in accordance with this Act, the regulations and other laws relating to highway safety. 1996, c. 33, s. 2.

Same

(3.1) The Registrar may refuse to issue, replace or renew a CVOR certificate if the applicant is indebted to the Minister of Finance in respect of,

(a) an outstanding fee, or an outstanding penalty or interest in respect of a fee, due under this Act or the Public Vehicles Act; or

(b) an outstanding public vehicle-related fee, or an outstanding penalty or interest in respect of such fee, under the Motor Vehicle Transport Act, 1987 (Canada). 2002, c. 18, Sched. P, s. 4 (2).

Same

(3.2) The Registrar shall refuse to renew a CVOR certificate,

(a) that was issued subject to terms or conditions; or

(b) that has been invalid for more than 12 months before the application for renewal is received by the Registrar. 2002, c. 18, Sched. P, s. 4 (2).

Interpretation

(4) An applicant is related to a person for the purpose of subsection (3) if,

(a) the applicant and the person are related individuals;

(b) either the applicant or the person is a partner of the other or was a partner of the other or they have or have had partners in common;

(c) either the applicant or the person, directly or indirectly, controls or controlled or manages or managed the other; or

(d) the applicant and the person have or have had common officers or directors or they are or have been controlled, directly or indirectly, by the same shareholders. 1996, c. 33, s. 2.

Expiry


(5) A CVOR certificate issued or renewed on or after the day subsection 4 (3) of Schedule P to the Government Efficiency Act, 2002 comes into force expires as provided in the regulations. 2002, c. 18, Sched. P, s. 4 (3).

Expiry date assigned to existing CVOR certificates

(5.1) The Registrar may at any time assign an expiry date to a CVOR certificate that was issued before the day subsection 4 (3) of Schedule P to the Government Efficiency Act, 2002 comes into force. 2002, c. 18, Sched. P, s. 4 (3).

Notice

(5.2) The Registrar shall give the holder of a CVOR certificate notice, in the prescribed manner, of the assignment of an expiry date under subsection (5.1). 2002, c. 18, Sched. P, s. 4 (3).

One certificate only

(6) No person, alone or in partnership, is entitled to hold more than one CVOR certificate. 1996, c. 33, s. 2.

Not transferable

(7) A CVOR certificate is not transferable. 1996, c. 33, s. 2.
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