A-19.1 - Act respecting land use planning and development

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145.4. The council of a municipality in whose territory a by-law concerning minor exemptions is in force may grant such an exemption.
The exemption may be granted only if the application of the by-law causes a serious prejudice to the person who applied for the exemption. Moreover, it shall not be granted where it hinders the owners of the neighbouring immovables in the enjoyment of their right of ownership or increases the risks with regard to public safety or public health or adversely affects the quality of the environment or general well-being.
Despite the second paragraph, the council may grant an exemption even if it increases the inconvenience caused by the practice of agriculture.
1985, c. 27, s. 6; 1996, c. 2, s. 54; 2021, c. 72021, c. 7, s. 15.
145.4. The council of a municipality in whose territory a by-law concerning minor exemptions is in force may grant such an exemption.
The exemption may be granted only if the application of the by-law causes a serious prejudice to the person who applied for the exemption. Moreover, it shall not be granted where it hinders the owners of the neighbouring immovables in the enjoyment of their right of ownership.
1985, c. 27, s. 6; 1996, c. 2, s. 54.
145.4. The council of a municipality where a by-law concerning minor exemptions is in force may grant such an exemption.
The exemption may be granted only if the application of the by-law causes a serious prejudice to the person who applied for the exemption. Moreover, it shall not be granted where it hinders the owners of the neighbouring immovables in the enjoyment of their right of ownership.
1985, c. 27, s. 6.