C-72.01 - Act respecting municipal courts

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28. In civil matters, a municipal court has jurisdiction to dispose of
(1)  any action brought under a municipal by-law, resolution or order for the recovery of any sum of money due to the municipality in respect of a tax, licence, tariff, water rate, fee, compensation or permit or otherwise;
(2)  (paragraph repealed);
(3)  any action in which the amount claimed is under $30,000, brought by the municipality as the lessor of movable or immovable property situated in its territory other than an immovable for housing purposes, or any action of the same nature instituted by the lessee of such property against the municipality.
1989, c. 52, s. 28; 1995, c. 2, s. 11; 2018, c. 52018, c. 5, s. 73.
28. In civil matters, a municipal court has jurisdiction to dispose of
(1)  any action brought under a municipal by-law, resolution or order for the recovery of any sum of money due to the municipality in respect of a tax, licence, tariff, water rate, fee, compensation or permit or otherwise;
(2)  any action for the recovery of school taxes which the municipality collects on behalf of a school board;
(3)  any action in which the amount claimed is under $30,000, brought by the municipality as the lessor of movable or immovable property situated in its territory other than an immovable for housing purposes, or any action of the same nature instituted by the lessee of such property against the municipality.
1989, c. 52, s. 28; 1995, c. 2, s. 11.
28. In civil matters, a municipal court has jurisdiction to dispose of
(1)  any action brought under a municipal by-law, resolution or order for the recovery of any sum of money due to the municipality in respect of a tax, licence, tariff, water rate, fee, compensation or permit or otherwise;
(2)  any action for the recovery of school taxes which the municipality collects on behalf of a school board;
(3)  any action in which the amount claimed is under $15 000, brought by the municipality as the lessor of movable or immovable property situated in its territory other than an immovable for housing purposes, or any action of the same nature instituted by the lessee of such property against the municipality.
1989, c. 52, s. 28.