A-19.1 - Act respecting land use planning and development

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79.4. For the purpose of exercising the powers provided for in this subdivision, the council of a regional county municipality has the powers provided for in sections 113, 115, 118 and 119 in matters of zoning, subdivision, building, permits and certificates, with the necessary modifications.
2002, c. 68, s. 3; 2010, c. 10, s. 112; 2021, c. 72021, c. 7, s. 6.
79.4. The council of every municipality whose territory is concerned by the draft by-law may give its opinion on the draft by-law within 45 days after its transmission. The clerk or the secretary-treasurer of the municipality shall transmit to the regional county municipality, within the same time, an authenticated copy of the resolution setting out the opinion of the council.
However, the council of the regional county municipality may, by unanimous resolution, change the period of time prescribed in the first paragraph; the period of time fixed by the council shall in no case be shorter than 20 days. As soon as practicable after passage of the resolution, the secretary shall transmit an authenticated copy thereof to every municipality whose territory is concerned by the draft by-law.
2002, c. 68, s. 3; 2010, c. 10, s. 112.
79.4. The council of every municipality whose territory is concerned by the draft by-law may give its opinion on the draft by-law within 45 days after its transmission. The clerk or the secretary-treasurer of the municipality shall transmit to the regional county municipality, within the same time, an authenticated copy of the resolution setting out the opinion of the council.
However, the council of the regional county municipality may, by unanimous resolution, change the period of time prescribed in the first paragraph; the period of time fixed by the council shall in no case be shorter than 20 days. As soon as practicable after passage of the resolution, the secretary-treasurer shall transmit an authenticated copy thereof to every municipality whose territory is concerned by the draft by-law.
2002, c. 68, s. 3.