A-19.1 - Act respecting land use planning and development

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110.4. Within 90 days after the coming into force of a by-law amending or revising the planning program, the council of the municipality shall adopt any concordance by-law needed to ensure conformity with the amended or revised planning program of any by-law not deemed to be in conformity pursuant to section 110.9.
For the purposes of the first paragraph, the term “concordance by-law” means any by-law among the following that is needed to ensure the conformity referred to in that paragraph:
(1)  any by-law which amends the zoning by-law, subdivision by-law or building by-law of a municipality or any of its by-laws under Divisions VII to XI of Chapter IV;
(2)  the by-law adopted by the council of a municipality under section 116 or any by-law which amends it.
Every concordance by-law must be in conformity with the amended or revised program.
The first three paragraphs do not apply where the amendment to the planning program is made by a concordance by-law adopted under section 58 for the sole purpose of taking into account an amendment to the RCM plan and where the council adopts simultaneously a by-law amending or revising the planning program and a concordance by-law it would otherwise have been required to adopt within the period prescribed in the first paragraph.
If the concordance by-law to be adopted under the first paragraph is also required under section 59.5, it shall be adopted before the expiry of the period which ends on the later of the day prescribed in the first paragraph and that prescribed in section 59.5.
1993, c. 3, s. 50; 1994, c. 32, s. 8; 1997, c. 93, s. 13; 1998, c. 31, s. 3; 2002, c. 37, s. 18; 2010, c. 10, s. 113.
110.4. Within 90 days after the coming into force of a by-law amending or revising the planning program, the council of the municipality shall adopt any concordance by-law needed to ensure conformity with the amended or revised planning program of any by-law not deemed to be in conformity pursuant to section 110.9.
For the purposes of the first paragraph, the term “concordance by-law” means any by-law among the following that is needed to ensure the conformity referred to in that paragraph:
(1)  any by-law which amends the zoning by-law, subdivision by-law or building by-law of a municipality or any of its by-laws under Divisions VII to XI of Chapter IV;
(2)  the by-law adopted by the council of a municipality under section 116 or any by-law which amends it.
Every concordance by-law must be in conformity with the amended or revised program.
The first three paragraphs do not apply where the amendment to the planning program is made by a concordance by-law adopted under section 58 for the sole purpose of taking into account an amendment to the development plan and where the council adopts simultaneously a by-law amending or revising the planning program and a concordance by-law it would otherwise have been required to adopt within the period prescribed in the first paragraph.
If the concordance by-law to be adopted under the first paragraph is also required under section 59.5, it shall be adopted before the expiry of the period which ends on the later of the day prescribed in the first paragraph and that prescribed in section 59.5.
1993, c. 3, s. 50; 1994, c. 32, s. 8; 1997, c. 93, s. 13; 1998, c. 31, s. 3; 2002, c. 37, s. 18.
110.4. Within 90 days after the coming into force of a by-law amending or revising the planning program, the council of the municipality shall adopt any concordance by-law needed to ensure conformity with the amended or revised planning program of any by-law not deemed to be in conformity pursuant to section 110.9.
For the purposes of the first paragraph, the term “concordance by-law” means any by-law among the following that is needed to ensure the conformity referred to in that paragraph:
(1)  any by-law which amends the zoning by-law, subdivision by-law or building by-law of a municipality or its by-law respecting comprehensive development programs, site planning and architectural integration programs or municipal works agreements;
(2)  the by-law adopted by the council of a municipality under section 116 or any by-law which amends it.
Every concordance by-law must be in conformity with the amended or revised program.
The first three paragraphs do not apply where the amendment to the planning program is made by a concordance by-law adopted under section 58 for the sole purpose of taking into account an amendment to the development plan and where the council adopts simultaneously a by-law amending or revising the planning program and a concordance by-law it would otherwise have been required to adopt within the period prescribed in the first paragraph.
If the concordance by-law to be adopted under the first paragraph is also required under section 59.5, it shall be adopted before the expiry of the period which ends on the later of the day prescribed in the first paragraph and that prescribed in section 59.5.
1993, c. 3, s. 50; 1994, c. 32, s. 8; 1997, c. 93, s. 13; 1998, c. 31, s. 3.
110.4. Within 90 days after the coming into force of a by-law amending or revising the planning program, the council of the municipality shall adopt any concordance by-law needed to ensure conformity with the amended or revised planning program of any by-law not deemed to be in conformity pursuant to section 110.9.
For the purposes of the first paragraph, the term “concordance by-law” means any by-law among the following that is needed to ensure the conformity referred to in that paragraph:
(1)  any by-law which amends the zoning by-law, subdivision by-law or building by-law of a municipality or its by-law respecting comprehensive development programs, site planning and architectural integration programs or municipal works agreements;
(2)  the by-law adopted by the council of a municipality under section 116 or any by-law which amends it.
Every concordance by-law must be in conformity with the amended or revised program.
The first three paragraphs do not apply where the amendment to the planning program is made by a concordance by-law adopted under section 58 for the sole purpose of taking into account an amendment to the development plan and where the council adopts simultaneously a by-law amending the planning program and a concordance by-law it would otherwise have been required to adopt within the period prescribed in the first paragraph.
If the concordance by-law to be adopted under the first paragraph is also required under section 59.5, it shall be adopted before the expiry of the period which ends on the later of the day prescribed in the first paragraph and that prescribed in section 59.5.
1993, c. 3, s. 50; 1994, c. 32, s. 8; 1997, c. 93, s. 13.
110.4. Within 90 days after the coming into force of a by-law amending the planning program, the council of the municipality shall adopt any concordance by-law needed to ensure conformity with the program of any by-law not deemed to be in conformity pursuant to section 110.9.
For the purposes of the first paragraph, the term “concordance by-law” means any by-law among the following that is needed to ensure the conformity referred to in that paragraph:
(1)  any by-law which amends the zoning by-law, subdivision by-law or building by-law of a municipality or its by-law respecting comprehensive development programs, site planning and architectural integration programs or municipal works agreements;
(2)  the by-law adopted by the council of a municipality under section 116 or any by-law which amends it.
Every concordance by-law must be in conformity with the amended program.
The first three paragraphs do not apply where the amendment to the planning program is made by a concordance by-law adopted under section 58 for the sole purpose of taking into account an amendment to the development plan and where the council adopts simultaneously a by-law amending the planning program and a concordance by-law it would otherwise have been required to adopt within the period prescribed in the first paragraph.
If the concordance by-law to be adopted under the first paragraph is also required under section 59.5, it shall be adopted before the expiry of the period which ends on the later of the day prescribed in the first paragraph and that prescribed in section 59.5.
1993, c. 3, s. 50; 1994, c. 32, s. 8.
110.4. Within 90 days after the coming into force of a by-law amending the planning program, the council of the municipality shall adopt any concordance by-law needed to ensure conformity with the program of any by-law not deemed to be in conformity pursuant to section 110.9.
For the purposes of the first paragraph, the term “concordance by-law” means any by-law among the following that is needed to ensure the conformity referred to in that paragraph:
(1)  any by-law which amends the zoning by-law, subdivision by-law or building by-law of a municipality or its by-law respecting comprehensive development programs or site planning and architectural integration programs;
(2)  the by-law adopted by the council of a municipality under section 116 or any by-law which amends it.
Every concordance by-law must be in conformity with the amended program.
The first three paragraphs do not apply where the amendment to the planning program is made by a concordance by-law adopted under section 58 for the sole purpose of taking into account an amendment to the development plan and where the council adopts simultaneously a by-law amending the planning program and a concordance by-law it would otherwise have been required to adopt within the period prescribed in the first paragraph.
If the concordance by-law to be adopted under the first paragraph is also required under section 59.5, it shall be adopted before the expiry of the period which ends on the later of the day prescribed in the first paragraph and that prescribed in section 59.5.
1993, c. 3, s. 50.