A-19.1 - Act respecting land use planning and development

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126. At least seven days before the public meeting is held, the clerk or secretary-treasurer of the municipality shall post, in the office of the municipality, a notice setting out the date, time, place and object of the meeting, and publish it in a newspaper circulated in its territory.
The notice must state that a copy of the draft by-law is available for consultation at the office of the municipality. It must also state whether or not the draft by-law contains a provision making it a by-law subject to approval by way of referendum.
Except in the case of a draft concordance by-law to be adopted under section 58 or 59,
(1)  where the draft by-law concerns a zone, a sector of a zone or a part of the territory determined under the sixth paragraph of section 113 or the third paragraph of section 115, the notice must, using street names whenever possible, describe the perimeter of the zone, sector or part, illustrate it by means of a sketch, or state the approximate location of the zone, sector or part and the fact that a description or illustration is available for consultation at the office of the municipality;
(2)  where the draft by-law concerns the whole territory of the municipality, the notice must state, where applicable, that the draft by-law contains provisions applying specifically to a zone, a sector of a zone or a part of the territory determined under the sixth paragraph of section 113 or the third paragraph of section 115 and mention the fact that a description or illustration of the zone, sector or part is available for consultation at the office of the municipality.
In the case of contiguous zones or sectors of zones, the description or illustration of their perimeter or approximate location may be that of their combined areas.
1979, c. 51, s. 126; 1984, c. 10, s. 14; 1984, c. 36, s. 44; 1988, c. 41, s. 89; 1994, c. 16, s. 51; 1994, c. 32, s. 15; 1996, c. 25, s. 57; 1997, c. 93, s. 30.
126. At least seven days before the public meeting is held, the clerk or secretary-treasurer of the municipality shall post, in the office of the municipality, a notice setting out the date, time, place and object of the meeting, and publish it in a newspaper circulated in its territory.
The notice must state that a copy of the draft by-law is available for consultation at the office of the municipality. It must also state whether or not the draft by-law contains a provision making it a by-law subject to approval by way of referendum.
Except in the case of a draft concordance by-law to be adopted under section 58 or 59,
(1)  where the draft by-law concerns a zone, a sector of a zone or a part of the territory determined under the fifth paragraph of section 113 or the third paragraph of section 115, the notice must, using street names whenever possible, describe the perimeter of the zone, sector or part, illustrate it by means of a sketch, or state the approximate location of the zone, sector or part and the fact that a description or illustration is available for consultation at the office of the municipality;
(2)  where the draft by-law concerns the whole territory of the municipality, the notice must state, where applicable, that the draft by-law contains provisions applying specifically to a zone, a sector of a zone or a part of the territory determined under the fifth paragraph of section 113 or the third paragraph of section 115 and mention the fact that a description or illustration of the zone, sector or part is available for consultation at the office of the municipality.
In the case of contiguous zones or sectors of zones, the description or illustration of their perimeter or approximate location may be that of their combined areas.
1979, c. 51, s. 126; 1984, c. 10, s. 14; 1984, c. 36, s. 44; 1988, c. 41, s. 89; 1994, c. 16, s. 51; 1994, c. 32, s. 15; 1996, c. 25, s. 57.
126. At least 15 clear days before the meeting is held, the clerk or secretary-treasurer of the municipality shall publish, in a newspaper circulated in the territory of the municipality, a notice indicating the date, time, place and objects of the meeting.
The draft by-law must be available for inspection at the office of the municipality during the time prescribed in the first paragraph.
1979, c. 51, s. 126; 1984, c. 10, s. 14; 1984, c. 36, s. 44; 1988, c. 41, s. 89; 1994, c. 16, s. 51; 1994, c. 32, s. 15.
126. At least 15 clear days before the meeting is held, the clerk of secretary-treasurer of the municipality shall
(1)  publish, in a newspaper circulated in the territory of the municipality, a notice indicating the date, time, place and objects of the meeting;
(2)  forward the notice contemplated in paragraph 1 to the Minister of Industry, Trade and Technology where the draft by-law affects an immovable acquired under the Act respecting municipal industrial immovables (chapter I-0.1) or under another legislative provision authorizing a municipal corporation to acquire immovables for industrial purposes; the notice must also indicate summarily how the immovable is to be affected by the planned by-law.
The draft by-law must be available for inspection at the office of the municipality during the time prescribed in the first paragraph.
1979, c. 51, s. 126; 1984, c. 10, s. 14; 1984, c. 36, s. 44; 1988, c. 41, s. 89.
126. At least fifteen clear days before the meeting is held, the clerk of secretary-treasurer of the municipality shall
(1)  publish, in a newspaper circulated in the territory of the municipality, a notice indicating the date, time, place and objects of the meeting;
(2)  forward the notice contemplated in paragraph 1 to the Minister of Industry and Commerce where the draft by-law affects an immovable acquired under the Act respecting municipal industrial immovables (chapter I-0.1) or under another legislative provision authorizing a municipal corporation to acquire immovables for industrial purposes; the notice must also indicate summarily how the immovable is to be affected by the planned by-law.
The draft by-law must be available for inspection at the office of the municipality during the time prescribed in the first paragraph.
1979, c. 51, s. 126; 1984, c. 10, s. 14; 1984, c. 36, s. 44.
126. At least fifteen clear days before the meeting is held, the clerk of secretary-treasurer of the municipality shall
(1)  publish, in a newspaper circulated in the territory of the municipality, a notice indicating the date, time, place and objects of the meeting;
(2)  forward the notice contemplated in paragraph 1 to the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism where the draft by-law affects an immovable acquired under the Act respecting municipal industrial immovables (chapter I-0.1) or under another legislative provision authorizing a municipal corporation to acquire immovables for industrial purposes; the notice must also indicate summarily how the immovable is to be affected by the planned by-law.
The draft by-law must be available for inspection at the office of the municipality during the time prescribed in the first paragraph.
1979, c. 51, s. 126; 1984, c. 10, s. 14.
126. At least fifteen clear days before the holding of the meeting, the clerk or secretary-treasurer of the municipality shall publish, in a newspaper circulated in the territory of the municipality, a notice indicating the date, time, place and objects of the meeting.
The draft by-law must be available for inspection at the office of the municipality during the time prescribed in the first paragraph.
1979, c. 51, s. 126.