E-20.001 - Act respecting the exercise of certain municipal powers in certain urban agglomerations

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115. As soon as practicable after the adoption of a by-law under section 22, 27, 34, 36, 38, 39, 41, 47, 55, 56, 69, 78, 85 or 99.2, or a resolution under section 99.1, an authenticated copy of the document is sent to the Commission municipale du Québec.
A related municipality may inform the Commission of its objection to the by-law or the resolution within 30 days after its adoption. An authenticated copy of the resolution setting out the objection is sent simultaneously to the Commission and every other related municipality within the same 30-day period.
The by-law or the resolution must be approved by the Commission if an objection is filed within the 30-day period. Subject to section 115.1, if no objection is filed with the Commission within that period, a by-law under the first paragraph may be published to meet the publication requirement for its coming into force.
A refusal to grant approval must include reasons and be communicated by means of a written notice. The notice may state how the by-law or the resolution should have been drafted in order to be approved.
If, within 60 days after receiving the notice, the urban agglomeration council adopts a by-law amending the by-law for which approval was refused in order to render it compliant, the amending by-law need not be preceded by a notice of motion and a draft by-law. Paragraphs 1 and 2 of section 61, section 62 and the right of objection under this section do not apply to a resolution or an amending by-law adopted within that period.
2004, c. 29, s. 115; 2005, c. 50, s. 57; 2006, c. 31, s. 68; 2006, c. 60, s. 71; 2007, c. 10, s. 17; 2009, c. 26, s. 49; 2015, c. 8, s. 225; 2017, c. 132017, c. 13, s. 156.
115. As soon as practicable after the adoption of a by-law under section 22, 27, 34, 36, 38, 39, 41, 47, 55, 56, 69, 78 or 85, or a resolution under section 99.1, an authenticated copy of the document is sent to the Commission municipale du Québec.
A related municipality may inform the Commission of its objection to the by-law or the resolution within 30 days after its adoption. An authenticated copy of the resolution setting out the objection is sent simultaneously to the Commission and every other related municipality within the same 30-day period.
The by-law or the resolution must be approved by the Commission if an objection is filed within the 30-day period. Subject to section 115.1, if no objection is filed with the Commission within that period, a by-law under the first paragraph may be published to meet the publication requirement for its coming into force.
A refusal to grant approval must include reasons and be communicated by means of a written notice. The notice may state how the by-law or the resolution should have been drafted in order to be approved.
If, within 60 days after receiving the notice, the urban agglomeration council adopts a by-law amending the by-law for which approval was refused in order to render it compliant, the amending by-law need not be preceded by a notice of motion. Paragraphs 1 and 2 of section 61, section 62 and the right of objection under this section do not apply to a resolution or an amending by-law adopted within that period.
2004, c. 29, s. 115; 2005, c. 50, s. 57; 2006, c. 31, s. 68; 2006, c. 60, s. 71; 2007, c. 10, s. 17; 2009, c. 26, s. 49; 2015, c. 8, s. 225.
115. As soon as practicable after the adoption of a by-law under section 22, 27, 30, 34, 36, 38, 39, 41, 47, 55, 56, 69, 78 or 85, or a resolution under section 99.1, an authenticated copy of the document is sent to the Commission municipale du Québec.
A related municipality may inform the Commission of its objection to the by-law or the resolution within 30 days after its adoption. An authenticated copy of the resolution setting out the objection is sent simultaneously to the Commission and every other related municipality within the same 30-day period.
The by-law or the resolution must be approved by the Commission if an objection is filed within the 30-day period. Subject to section 115.1, if no objection is filed with the Commission within that period, a by-law under the first paragraph may be published to meet the publication requirement for its coming into force.
A refusal to grant approval must include reasons and be communicated by means of a written notice. The notice may state how the by-law or the resolution should have been drafted in order to be approved.
If, within 60 days after receiving the notice, the urban agglomeration council adopts a by-law amending the by-law for which approval was refused in order to render it compliant, the amending by-law need not be preceded by a notice of motion. Paragraphs 1 and 2 of section 61, section 62 and the right of objection under this section do not apply to a resolution or an amending by-law adopted within that period.
2004, c. 29, s. 115; 2005, c. 50, s. 57; 2006, c. 31, s. 68; 2006, c. 60, s. 71; 2007, c. 10, s. 17; 2009, c. 26, s. 49.
115. As soon as practicable after the adoption of a by-law under section 22, 27, 30, 34, 36, 38, 39, 41, 47, 55, 56, 69, 78, 85 or 99.1, an authenticated copy of the by-law is sent to the Commission municipale du Québec.
A related municipality may inform the Commission of its objection to the by-law within 30 days after its adoption. An authenticated copy of the resolution setting out the objection is sent simultaneously to the Commission and every other related municipality within the same 30-day period.
Subject to section 115.1, once the 30-day period has expired, if no objection has been filed with the Commission, the by-law may be published to meet the publication requirement for its coming into force. If an objection has been filed, the by-law must be approved by the Commission.
A refusal to grant approval must include reasons and be communicated by means of a written notice. The notice may state how the by-law should have been drafted in order to be approved.
If, within 60 days after receiving the notice, the urban agglomeration council adopts a by-law amending the by-law for which approval was refused in order to render it compliant, the amending by-law need not be preceded by a notice of motion, and paragraphs 1 and 2 of section 61, section 62 and the right of objection under this section do not apply to it.
2004, c. 29, s. 115; 2005, c. 50, s. 57; 2006, c. 31, s. 68; 2006, c. 60, s. 71; 2007, c. 10, s. 17.
115. As soon as practicable after the adoption of a by-law under section 22, 27, 30, 34, 36, 38, 39, 41, 47, 55, 56, 69, 78, 85, 99.1 or 112, an authenticated copy of the by-law is sent to the Commission municipale du Québec.
A related municipality may inform the Commission of its objection to the by-law within 30 days after its adoption. An authenticated copy of the resolution setting out the objection is sent simultaneously to the Commission and every other related municipality within the same 30-day period.
Subject to section 115.1, once the 30-day period has expired, if no objection has been filed with the Commission, the by-law may be published to meet the publication requirement for its coming into force. If an objection has been filed, the by-law must be approved by the Commission.
A refusal to grant approval must include reasons and be communicated by means of a written notice. The notice may state how the by-law should have been drafted in order to be approved.
If, within 60 days after receiving the notice, the urban agglomeration council adopts a by-law amending the by-law for which approval was refused in order to render it compliant, the amending by-law need not be preceded by a notice of motion, and paragraphs 1 and 2 of section 61, section 62 and the right of objection under this section do not apply to it.
2004, c. 29, s. 115; 2005, c. 50, s. 57; 2006, c. 31, s. 68; 2006, c. 60, s. 71.
115. As soon as practicable after the adoption of a by-law under section 22, 27, 30, 34, 36, 38, 39, 41, 47, 55, 56, 69, 78 or 85, an authenticated copy of the by-law is sent to the Minister.
A related municipality may inform the Minister of its objection to the by-law within 30 days after its adoption. An authenticated copy of the resolution setting out the objection is sent simultaneously to the Minister and every other related municipality within the same 30-day period.
Subject to section 115.1, once the 30-day period has expired, if no objection has been filed with the Minister, the by-law may be published to meet the publication requirement for its coming into force. If an objection has been filed, the by-law must be approved by the Minister or by the person designated by the Minister to examine the merits of the by-law and make a decision in the Minister’s place.
A refusal to grant approval must include reasons and be communicated by means of a written notice. The notice may state how the by-law should have been drafted in order to be approved.
If, within 60 days after receiving the notice, the urban agglomeration council adopts a by-law amending the by-law for which approval was refused in order to render it compliant, the amending by-law need not be preceded by a notice of motion, and paragraphs 1 and 2 of section 61, section 62 and the right of objection under this section do not apply to it.
2004, c. 29, s. 115; 2005, c. 50, s. 57; 2006, c. 31, s. 68.
115. As soon as practicable after the adoption of a by-law under section 22, 27, 30, 34, 36, 38, 39, 41, 47, 55, 56, 69, 78 or 85, an authenticated copy of the by-law is sent to the Minister.
A related municipality may inform the Minister of its objection to the by-law within 30 days after its adoption. An authenticated copy of the resolution setting out the objection is sent simultaneously to the Minister and every other related municipality within the same 30-day period.
Once the 30-day period has expired, if no objection has been filed with the Minister, the by-law may be published to meet the publication requirement for its coming into force. If an objection has been filed, the by-law must be approved by the Minister or by the person designated by the Minister to examine the merits of the by-law and make a decision in the Minister’s place.
The reasons for a refusal to grant approval must be given in writing.
2004, c. 29, s. 115; 2005, c. 50, s. 57.
115. As soon as practicable after the adoption of a by-law under section 22, 27, 30, 34, 36, 38, 41, 47, 55, 56, 69, 78 or 85, an authenticated copy of the by-law is sent to the Minister.
A related municipality may inform the Minister of its objection to the by-law within 30 days after its adoption. An authenticated copy of the resolution setting out the objection is sent simultaneously to the Minister and every other related municipality within the same 30-day period.
Once the 30-day period has expired, if no objection has been filed with the Minister, the by-law may be published to meet the publication requirement for its coming into force. If an objection has been filed, the by-law must be approved by the Minister or by the person designated by the Minister to examine the merits of the by-law and make a decision in the Minister’s place.
The reasons for a refusal to grant approval must be given in writing.
2004, c. 29, s. 115.