112. A regional county municipality may, by by-law, determine the location of a regional park, whether or not it is the owner of the land. Before the by-law is passed, the regional county municipality must give notice and post the notice in accordance with the tenth paragraph of article 445 of the Municipal Code of Québec (chapter C-27.1). In the by-law referred to in the first paragraph, the regional county municipality may mention the local municipalities that may not exercise the right of withdrawal granted by the third paragraph of section 188 of the Act respecting land use planning and development (chapter A-19.1) as regards the exercise of the powers provided for in this section and in sections 113 to 120. In the case of a local municipality that exercised the right of withdrawal as regards those powers before the coming into force of the by-law, it may also indicate the date on which the withdrawal ends. As of that date, the representative of the local municipality again participates in the deliberations of the council of the regional county municipality that concern the exercise of those powers.
The by-law referred to in the first paragraph is without effect for third persons as long as the regional county municipality is not the owner of the land or has not made an agreement with the owner of the land or, in the case of land in the domain of the State, with the person having authority over the land, allowing it to operate the park.
2005, c. 6, s. 112; 2018, c. 8, s. 26312.