A-19.1 - Act respecting land use planning and development

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102. The council of a municipality shall, within 90 days following the coming into force of the planning program or the issuance of the certificate of conformity in the case contemplated in the fourth paragraph of section 44, adopt for its whole territory a zoning by-law, a subdivision by-law, a building by-law and, where the complementary document so requires, the by-law contemplated in section 116, and send a copy of them to the council of the regional county municipality, if applicable. The by-laws must be in conformity with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the RCM plan and with the complementary document.
However, if a zoning by-law, a subdivision by-law, a building by-law, a by-law contemplated in section 116 or a by-law to the same effect adopted under another Act is in force at the time of the coming into force of the planning program, the council shall, if necessary, amend the said by-law, within the same time, to bring it into conformity with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the RCM plan and with the complementary document, and send a copy of it to the regional county municipality, if applicable, whether amended or not.
Where the council is of the opinion that the zoning by-law, the subdivision by-law, the building by-law, the by-law contemplated in section 116 or a by-law to the same effect adopted under another Act is consistent with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the RCM plan and with the complementary document, it shall adopt a resolution and publish a notice indicating its intention not to amend the by-law. A copy of the resolution must be sent with the copy of the by-law.
A by-law adopted in accordance with the first paragraph must, unless it has been the subject of the consultation provided for in section 95, be submitted to the consultation provided for in sections 124 to 127.
1979, c. 51, s. 102; 1982, c. 2, s. 69; 1982, c. 63, s. 90; 1987, c. 57, s. 668; 1987, c. 102, s. 17; 1993, c. 3, s. 45; 1996, c. 25, s. 37; 1996, c. 25, s. 37; 2002, c. 68, s. 52; 2010, c. 10, s. 58, s. 110, s. 114.
102. The council of a municipality shall, within 90 days following the coming into force of the planning program or the issuance of the certificate of conformity in the case contemplated in the fourth paragraph of section 44, adopt for its whole territory a zoning by-law, a subdivision by-law, a building by-law and, where the complementary document so requires, the by-law contemplated in section 116, and send a copy of them to the council of the regional county municipality, if applicable. The by-laws must be in conformity with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the land use planning and development plan and with the complementary document.
However, if a zoning by-law, a subdivision by-law, a building by-law, a by-law contemplated in section 116 or a by-law to the same effect adopted under another Act is in force at the time of the coming into force of the planning program, the council shall, if necessary, amend the said by-law, within the same time, to bring it into conformity with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the land use planning and development plan and with the complementary document, and send a copy of it to the regional county municipality, if applicable, whether amended or not.
Where the council is of opinion that the zoning by-law, the subdivision by-law, the building by-law, the by-law contemplated in section 116 or a by-law to the same effect adopted under another Act is consistent with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the land use planning and development plan and with the complementary document, it shall adopt a resolution and publish a notice indicating its intention not to amend the by-law. A copy of the resolution must be sent with the copy of the by-law.
A by-law adopted in accordance with the first paragraph must, unless it has been the subject of the consultation provided for in section 95, be submitted to the consultation provided for in sections 124 to 127.
1979, c. 51, s. 102; 1982, c. 2, s. 69; 1982, c. 63, s. 90; 1987, c. 57, s. 668; 1987, c. 102, s. 17; 1993, c. 3, s. 45; 1996, c. 25, s. 37; 1996, c. 25, s. 37; 2002, c. 68, s. 52.
102. The council of a municipality shall, within 90 days following the coming into force of the planning program or the issuance of the certificate of conformity in the case contemplated in the fourth paragraph of section 44, adopt for its whole territory a zoning by-law, a subdivision by-law, a building by-law and, where the complementary document so requires, the by-law contemplated in section 116, and send a copy of them to the council of the regional county municipality, if applicable. The by-laws must be in conformity with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the development plan and with the complementary document.
However, if a zoning by-law, a subdivision by-law, a building by-law, a by-law contemplated in section 116 or a by-law to the same effect adopted under another Act is in force at the time of the coming into force of the planning program, the council shall, if necessary, amend the said by-law, within the same time, to bring it into conformity with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the development plan and with the complementary document, and send a copy of it to the regional county municipality, if applicable, whether amended or not.
Where the council is of opinion that the zoning by-law, the subdivision by-law, the building by-law, the by-law contemplated in section 116 or a by-law to the same effect adopted under another Act is consistent with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the development plan and with the complementary document, it shall adopt a resolution and publish a notice indicating its intention not to amend the by-law. A copy of the resolution must be sent with the copy of the by-law.
A by-law adopted in accordance with the first paragraph must, unless it has been the subject of the consultation provided for in section 95, be submitted to the consultation provided for in sections 124 to 127.
1979, c. 51, s. 102; 1982, c. 2, s. 69; 1982, c. 63, s. 90; 1987, c. 57, s. 668; 1987, c. 102, s. 17; 1993, c. 3, s. 45; 1996, c. 25, s. 37; 1996, c. 25, s. 37.
102. The council of a municipality shall, within 90 days following the coming into force of the planning program or the issuance of the certificate of conformity in the case contemplated in the fourth paragraph of section 44, adopt for its whole territory a zoning by-law, a subdivision by-law, a building by-law and, where the complementary document so requires, the by-law contemplated in section 116, and send a copy of them to the council of the regional county municipality, if applicable. The by-laws must be in conformity with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the development plan and with the complementary document.
However, if a zoning by-law, a subdivision by-law, a building by-law, a by-law contemplated in section 116 or a by-law to the same effect adopted under another Act is in force at the time of the coming into force of the planning program, the council shall, if necessary, amend the said by-law, within the same time, to bring it into conformity with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the development plan and with the complementary document, and send a copy of it to the regional county municipality, if applicable, and to the Commission for registration, whether amended or not; the approval provided for in sections 131 to 137 is not required in this case.
Where the council is of opinion that the zoning by-law, the subdivision by-law, the building by-law, the by-law contemplated in section 116 or a by-law to the same effect adopted under another Act is consistent with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the development plan and with the complementary document, it shall adopt a resolution and publish a notice indicating its intention not to amend the by-law. A copy of the resolution must be sent with the copy of the by-law.
A by-law adopted in accordance with the first paragraph must, unless it has been the subject of the consultation provided for in section 95, be submitted to the consultation provided for in sections 124 to 130.
1979, c. 51, s. 102; 1982, c. 2, s. 69; 1982, c. 63, s. 90; 1987, c. 57, s. 668; 1987, c. 102, s. 17; 1993, c. 3, s. 45; 1996, c. 25, s. 37.
102. The council of a municipality shall, within 90 days following the coming into force of the planning program or the issuance of the certificate of conformity in the case contemplated in the fourth paragraph of section 44, adopt for its whole territory a zoning by-law, a subdivision by-law, a building by-law and, where the complementary document so requires, the by-law contemplated in section 116, and send a copy of them to the council of the regional county municipality, if applicable, and to the Commission for registration. The by-laws must be in conformity with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the development plan and with the complementary document.
However, if a zoning by-law, a subdivision by-law, a building by-law, a by-law contemplated in section 116 or a by-law to the same effect adopted under another Act is in force at the time of the coming into force of the planning program, the council shall, if necessary, amend the said by-law, within the same time, to bring it into conformity with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the development plan and with the complementary document, and send a copy of it to the regional county municipality, if applicable, and to the Commission for registration, whether amended or not; the approval provided for in sections 131 to 137 is not required in this case.
Where the council is of opinion that the zoning by-law, the subdivision by-law, the building by-law, the by-law contemplated in section 116 or a by-law to the same effect adopted under another Act is consistent with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the development plan and with the complementary document, it shall adopt a resolution and publish a notice indicating its intention not to amend the by-law. A copy of the resolution must be sent with the copy of the by-law.
A by-law adopted in accordance with the first paragraph must, unless it has been the subject of the consultation provided for in section 95, be submitted to the consultation provided for in sections 124 to 130.
1979, c. 51, s. 102; 1982, c. 2, s. 69; 1982, c. 63, s. 90; 1987, c. 57, s. 668; 1987, c. 102, s. 17; 1993, c. 3, s. 45.
102. The council of a municipality shall, within ninety days following the coming into force of the planning program or the issuance of the certificate of conformity in the case contemplated in the fourth paragraph of section 44, adopt for its whole territory a zoning by-law, a subdivision by-law, a building by-law and, where the complementary document so requires, the by-law contemplated in section 116, and send a copy of them to the council of the regional county municipality, if applicable, and to the Commission for registration. The by-laws must be in conformity with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the development plan and with the complementary document.
However, if a zoning by-law, a subdivision by-law, a building by-law, a by-law contemplated in section 116 or a by-law to the same effect adopted under another Act is in force at the time of the coming into force of the planning program or of an amendment thereto, the council shall, if necessary, amend the said by-law, within the same time, to bring it into conformity with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the development plan and with the complementary document, and send a copy of it to the regional county municipality, if applicable, and to the Commission for registration, whether amended or not; the approval provided for in sections 131 to 137 is not required in this case.
Where the council is of opinion that the zoning by-law, the subdivision by-law, the building by-law, the by-law contemplated in section 116 or a by-law to the same effect adopted under another Act is consistent with the planning program and, where such is the case, with the objectives of the development plan and with the complementary document, it shall adopt a resolution and publish a notice indicating its intention not to amend the by-law. A copy of the resolution must be sent with the copy of the by-law.
A by-law adopted or amended in accordance with this section must, unless it has been the subject of the consultation provided for in section 95, be submitted to the consultation provided for in sections 124 to 130.
1979, c. 51, s. 102; 1982, c. 2, s. 69; 1982, c. 63, s. 90; 1987, c. 57, s. 668; 1987, c. 102, s. 17.
102. The council of a municipality shall, within ninety days following the coming into force of the planning programme, adopt for its whole territory a zoning by-law, a subdivision by-law and a building by-law in conformity with the planning programme, and send a copy of them to the council of the regional county municipality, where such is the case, and to the Commission for registration.
However, if a zoning by-law, subdivision by-law or building by-law is in force at the time of the coming into force of the planning program or of an amendment thereto, the council shall, if necessary, amend the said zoning by-law, subdivision by-law or building by-law within the same time, to bring it into conformity with the planning program and send a copy of it to the regional county municipality, where such is the case, and to the Commission, for registration, whether amended or not; the approval provided for in sections 131 to 145 is not required in this case.
Where the council is of opinion that the zoning by-law, subdivision by-law or building by-law conforms to the planning program, the municipality must publish a notice indicating that, for that reason, it does not intend to amend the by-law to bring it into conformity with the planning program.
The first three paragraphs do not apply to a municipality in the territory of a regional county municipality in which a development plan is in force.
A by-law adopted or amended in accordance with this section must, unless it has been the subject of the consultation provided for in section 95, be submitted to the consultation provided for in sections 124 to 130.
1979, c. 51, s. 102; 1982, c. 2, s. 69; 1982, c. 63, s. 90.
102. The council of a municipality shall, within ninety days following the coming into force of the planning programme, adopt for its whole territory a zoning by-law, a subdivision by-law and a building by-law in conformity with the planning programme, and send a copy of them to the council of the regional county municipality, where such is the case, and to the Commission for registration.
However, if a zoning by-law, subdivision by-law or building by-law is in force at the time of the coming into force of the planning program or of an amendment thereto, the council shall, if necessary, amend the said zoning by-law, subdivision by-law or building by-law within the same time, to bring it into conformity with the planning program and send a copy of it to the regional county municipality, where such is the case, and to the Commission, for registration, whether amended or not; the approval provided for in sections 131 to 145 is not required in this case.
Where the council is of opinion that the zoning by-law, subdivision by-law or building by-law conforms to the planning program, the municipality must publish a notice indicating that, for that reason, it does not intend to amend the by-law to bring it into conformity with the planning program.
The first three paragraphs do not apply to a municipality in the territory of a regional county municipality in which a resolution provided for in section 4 or a development plan is in force.
A by-law adopted or amended in accordance with this section must, unless it has been the subject of the consultation provided for in section 95, be submitted to the consultation provided for in sections 124 to 130.
1979, c. 51, s. 102; 1982, c. 2, s. 69.
102. The council of a municipality shall, within ninety days following the coming into force of the planning programme, adopt for its whole territory a zoning by-law, a subdivision by-law and a building by-law in conformity with the planning programme, and send a copy of them to the council of the regional county municipality, where such is the case, and to the Commission for registration.
However, if a zoning by-law, subdivision by-law or building by-law is in force at the time of the coming into force of the planning programme or of an amendment thereto, the council shall, if necessary, amend the said zoning by-law, subdivision by-law or building by-law within the same time, to bring it into conformity with the planning programme and send a copy of it to the council of the regional county municipality, where such is the case, and to the Commission, for registration; the approval provided for in sections 131 to 145 is not required in this case.
The first and second paragraphs of this section do not apply to a municipality in the territory of a regional county municipality in which a resolution provided for in section 4 or a development plan is in force.
A by-law adopted or amended in accordance with this section must, unless it has been the subject of the consultation provided for in section 95, be submitted to the consultation provided for in sections 124 to 130.
1979, c. 51, s. 102.