57.1.10. The inspector general may cancel any contracting process involving a contract of the city or of any legal person described in subparagraph 1 of the fifth paragraph of section 57.1.9, or rescind or suspend the carrying out of such a contract if the inspector general
(1) finds that any of the requirements specified in a document of the call for tenders or a contract has not been met or that the information provided in the contracting process is false; and
(2) is of the opinion that the seriousness of the breach observed justifies the cancellation, rescinding or suspension.
The inspector general’s decision must include reasons and be sent immediately to the clerk and the mayor of the city. If the decision concerns the contract of a legal person referred to in the first paragraph, it must be sent immediately to the secretary of the legal person.
On receipt of the decision, the clerk shall immediately send it to the contracting party concerned.
Any decision received by the clerk under the second paragraph must be tabled before the city council concerned or, in the case of a decision regarding a contract of a legal person referred to in the first paragraph, before the council having jurisdiction over the mandate of the legal person, at the first sitting of the council following receipt of the decision.
Any decision received under the second paragraph by the secretary of a legal person referred to in the first paragraph must be tabled at the first meeting of its board of directors following receipt of the decision.