136. In cases where a valid application has been received in respect of a provision of the second draft by-law, that provision may only be contained in a by-law that is separate from that referred to in the second paragraph of section 135 and, subject to section 137, separate from any other by-law containing another provision in respect of which a valid application has been made.
The council of the municipality shall adopt such separate by-laws without any change, as compared to the equivalent part of the second draft by-law, other than a change required by reason of the withdrawal, from the by-law, of the provisions contained in the by-law provided for in the second paragraph of section 135 and of any other provisions in respect of which a valid application has been made.
For the purposes of the first two paragraphs, where the provision in respect of which the application is made applies to more than one zone, that provision, except where it amends the classification of structures and uses, is deemed to constitute a separate provision applying separately to each zone. For the purposes of this paragraph, a sector of a zone is considered to be a zone if, under the sixth paragraph of section 130, an application may originate from a sector.
1979, c. 51, s. 136; 1987, c. 57, s. 674; 1996, c. 25, s. 57.