NOTICE OF IMPOSITION OF CONDITIONS ON MS. JACQUELINE PIERRE’S LICENCE
NOTICE is hereby given that Ms. Jacqueline Pierre, real estate broker (licence B7951), whose establishment is located in Gatineau, has had a suspension and conditions imposed on her licence, following a decision by the Licence Issue and Maintenance Committee of the Organisme d’autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec (OACIQ), pursuant to section 38 (2) of the Real Estate Brokerage Act (CQLR, c. C-73.2).
On May 1, 2019, the Licence Issue and Maintenance Committee imposed the following measures on Ms. Jacqueline Pierre’s licence:
The suspension of her licence until she is discharged from bankruptcy;
The Committee has also imposed the following conditions on her licence, which will be enforceable from the time she obtains the lifting of her licence suspension:
As she has been discharged from bankruptcy, her licence suspension was lifted on October 18, 2019.
The following conditions are therefore enforceable as of October 18, 2019:
a) Within a 3-month period following the lifting of her licence suspension, she must complete the training entitled “The broker as a self-employed worker”, provided by the OACIQ Continuing Education Department or any other equivalent training accredited by the OACIQ, in addition to courses that she must take to meet her continuing education obligations.
b) For a period of three (3) years following the lifting of her licence suspension, the licence holder shall enter into and maintain a written agreement with the agency within which she carries on her activities to the effect that the latter holds in trust the GST and QST payable to her, as a real estate broker, until she is required to remit them to government authorities. The sums withheld by the agency for this purpose shall be remitted to the licence holder upon the filing of her tax return;
c) A copy of this agreement shall be forwarded to the OACIQ Registry Service within thirty (30) days following the lifting of her licence suspension;
d) Within 30 days following the lifting of her licence suspension, she shall forward to the OACIQ Registry Service an agreement entered into with her agency executive officer, by which the latter undertakes to specifically supervise and oversee her practice for a period of three (3) years following the establishment of an oversight plan;
e) Within 60 days following the lifting of her licence suspension, she shall forward to the OACIQ Registry Service the three-year oversight plan established with her agency executive officer, which shall include:
1) Verifying her brokerage contract records before an immovable or enterprise is put on the market;
2) Verifying transactions and monitoring their progress;
3) Supervising her development by scheduling regular meetings and making sure she completes training activities that are relevant and related to her obligations.
f) In the event of a change of agency during the periods mentioned in items b), d) and e), a new agreement and a new oversight plan shall be entered into with the new agency’s executive officer, under the same conditions and for the remaining term, and be forwarded to the OACIQ Registry Service within ten (10) days of the agency change;
g) To be able to lift her licence suspension, she must send to the OACIQ Registry Service a copy of her certificate of discharge or any other document proving that she is discharged from bankruptcy, in addition to meeting other requirements set out in the Real Estate Brokerage Act and its regulations.
This notice is given in accordance with section 33 of the Regulation respecting the issue of broker’s and agency licences (R.R.Q., c. C-73.2, r. 3).
Brossard, October 18, 2019
Me Laurence Rey El Fatih