E-2.3 - Act respecting school elections to elect certain members of the boards of directors of English-language school service centres

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219.8. The following persons are guilty of an offence:
(1)  every authorized candidate or person designated by an authorized candidate to solicit and collect contributions who collects a contribution with the knowledge that
(a)  the person making the contribution is not an elector of the English-language school service centre;
(b)  the contribution is not being made by the elector himself;
(b.1)  the contribution is not being made voluntarily by the elector;
(b.2)  the elector is receiving compensation or consideration, or is being reimbursed;
(c)  the contribution is not being made out of the elector’s own property;
(d)  the contribution causes the elector to exceed the maximum prescribed in section 206.21;
(e)  the goods or services furnished free of charge for political purposes are not being assessed in accordance with the third paragraph of section 206.17;
(2)  every person who makes a contribution referred to in paragraph 1;
(3)  every person who, by using threats or coercion or by promising compensation, consideration or a reimbursement, incites an elector to make a contribution;
(4)  every elector who falsely declares that a contribution is being made out of the elector’s own property, voluntarily, without compensation and for no consideration, and that it has not and will not be reimbursed in any way.
2002, c. 10, s. 87; 2010, c. 32, s. 37; 2020, c. 12020, c. 1, s. 264.
219.8. The following persons are guilty of an offence:
(1)  every authorized candidate or person designated by an authorized candidate to solicit and collect contributions who collects a contribution with the knowledge that
(a)  the person making the contribution is not an elector of the school board;
(b)  the contribution is not being made by the elector himself;
(b.1)  the contribution is not being made voluntarily by the elector;
(b.2)  the elector is receiving compensation or consideration, or is being reimbursed;
(c)  the contribution is not being made out of the elector’s own property;
(d)  the contribution causes the elector to exceed the maximum prescribed in section 206.21;
(e)  the goods or services furnished free of charge for political purposes are not being assessed in accordance with the third paragraph of section 206.17;
(2)  every person who makes a contribution referred to in paragraph 1;
(3)  every person who, by using threats or coercion or by promising compensation, consideration or a reimbursement, incites an elector to make a contribution;
(4)  every elector who falsely declares that a contribution is being made out of the elector’s own property, voluntarily, without compensation and for no consideration, and that it has not and will not be reimbursed in any way.
2002, c. 10, s. 87; 2010, c. 32, s. 37.
219.8. The following persons are guilty of an offence:
(1)  every authorized candidate or person designated by an authorized candidate to solicit and collect contributions who collects a contribution with the knowledge that
(a)  the person making the contribution is not an elector of the school board;
(b)  the contribution is not being made by the elector himself;
(c)  the contribution is not being made out of the elector’s own property, unless it consists in the furnishing of services;
(d)  the contribution causes the elector to exceed the maximum prescribed in section 206.21;
(2)  every person who knowingly makes a contribution referred to in paragraph 1.
2002, c. 10, s. 87.