96. The Government may by written notice to the commission withdraw a matter from its jurisdiction.
Where the Government avails itself of the powers conferred on it by this section, the secretary of the commission must remit to it a copy of the record and notify in writing the interested persons that the matter has been withdrawn from the jurisdiction of the commission. The Government is then seized of the matter with the same powers as those of the commission and renders its decision after obtaining the advice of the commission. The Government may, in addition, authorize the exclusion of a lot situated in an exclusive sector.
The decision of the Government is filed in the record office of the commission. The latter shall notify the interested persons in writing.
1978, c. 10, s. 96; 1989, c. 7, s. 29.