A-19.1 - Act respecting land use planning and development

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117.1. The subdivision by-law may, for the purpose of promoting the establishment, maintenance and improvement of parks and playgrounds and the preservation of natural areas in any part of the territory of the municipality determined by the by-law, prescribe any prerequisite condition, from among the conditions mentioned in section 117.2, for the approval of a plan relating to a cadastral operation.
The subdivision by-law may, for the same purposes, prescribe any prerequisite condition, from among the conditions mentioned in section 117.2, for the issue of a building permit in respect of an immovable, where
(1)  the immovable is the subject of a redevelopment plan, as defined by the by-law;
(2)  the building permit applied for relates to the establishment of a new principal building on an immovable in respect of which no subdivision permit has been issued under registration as a separate lot by reason of the fact that the registration resulted from cadastral renewal; or
(3)  the building permit relates to work that will make it possible to carry on new activities, as defined by the by-law, on the immovable or to intensify, within the meaning of the by-law, existing activities on the immovable.
1993, c. 3, s. 57; 2001, c. 25, s. 2; 2017, c. 132017, c. 13, s. 8.
117.1. The subdivision by-law may, for the purpose of promoting the establishment, maintenance and improvement of parks and playgrounds and the preservation of natural areas in any part of the territory of the municipality determined by the by-law, prescribe any prerequisite condition, from among the conditions mentioned in section 117.2, for the approval of a plan relating to a cadastral operation.
The subdivision by-law may, for the same purposes, prescribe any prerequisite condition, from among the conditions mentioned in section 117.2, for the issue of a building permit in respect of an immovable, where
(1)  the immovable is the subject of a redevelopment plan, as defined by the by-law; or
(2)  the building permit applied for relates to the establishment of a new principal building on an immovable in respect of which no subdivision permit has been issued under registration as a separate lot by reason of the fact that the registration resulted from cadastral renewal.
1993, c. 3, s. 57; 2001, c. 25, s. 2.
117.1. For the purpose of promoting the establishment, maintenance and improvement of parks and playgrounds and the preservation of natural areas, the zoning by-law may prescribe any prerequisite condition, from among the conditions mentioned in section 117.2, for the issue of a building permit in respect of an immovable which is the subject of a redevelopment plan, as defined by by-law, in any part of the territory of the municipality determined by the by-law.
The subdivision by-law may, for the same purposes, prescribe any prerequisite condition, from among the conditions mentioned in section 117.2, for the approval of a plan relating to a cadastral operation.
1993, c. 3, s. 57.