117.8. To submit the matter to the Administrative Tribunal, the municipality or the owner must cause a notice of contestation to be served on the other and file it with the Administrative Tribunal, together with proof of service. The notice shall be filed accompanied with the building or subdivision permit, as the case may be, and with a plan and a description, signed by a land surveyor, of the land whose value is contested; a certified copy of such a document may be filed in place of the original.
The notice of contestation shall mention the value established by the appraiser, refer to the plan and description, summarily set out the grounds for contestation, specify the date of receipt by the municipality of the application for a building permit or of the plan relating to the cadastral operation authorized by the subdivision permit, as the case may be, and request that the Administrative Tribunal establish the value of the land concerned.
The documents mentioned in the first paragraph must, on pain of dismissal of the contestation, be filed within 30 days of the issue of the building or subdivision permit, as the case may be.
1993, c. 3, s. 57; 1997, c. 43, s. 34.