A-19.1 - Act respecting land use planning and development

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60. (Repealed).
1979, c. 51, s. 60; 1982, c. 63, s. 77; 1990, c. 50, s. 5; 1993, c. 3, s. 32; 2010, c. 10, s. 28.
60. Sections 32 and 46, from the coming into force of a by-law amending the plan or of a revised plan, refer to the plan as it exists after the amendment or revision.
1979, c. 51, s. 60; 1982, c. 63, s. 77; 1990, c. 50, s. 5; 1993, c. 3, s. 32.
60. If, at the expiration of the fifteen days provided for in the second paragraph of section 37, the municipality has not applied to the Commission for an assessment or if the Commission’s assessment is that the amending by-law or, as the case may be, the original by-law contemplated in section 59 is not in conformity with the objectives of the development plan and with the complementary document, the amending by-law or, as the case may be, the original by-law is deemed to be not in conformity with the objectives of the plan nor with the complementary document.
The council of the regional county municipality may then amend the development plan in accordance with sections 48 to 53.12.
If the council of the regional county municipality does not amend the plan, the municipality may adopt a second amending by-law, or, as the case may be, an original by-law, submit it for approval and send it to the council of the regional county municipality.
1979, c. 51, s. 60; 1982, c. 63, s. 77; 1990, c. 50, s. 5.
60. If, at the expiration of the fifteen days provided for in the second paragraph of section 37, the municipality has not applied to the Commission for an assessment or if the Commission’s assessment is that the amending by-law or, as the case may be, the original by-law contemplated in section 59 is not in conformity with the objectives of the development plan and with the complementary document, the amending by-law or, as the case may be, the original by-law is deemed to be not in conformity with the objectives of the plan nor with the complementary document.
The council of the regional county municipality may then amend the development plan in accordance with sections 48 to 53.
If the council of the regional county municipality does not amend the plan, the municipality may adopt a second amending by-law, or, as the case may be, an original by-law, submit it for approval and send it to the council of the regional county municipality.
1979, c. 51, s. 60; 1982, c. 63, s. 77.
60. If, at the expiration of the fifteen days provided for in the second paragraph of section 37, the municipality has not applied to the Commission for an assessment or if the Commission’s assessment is that the amending by-law contemplated in section 59 is not in conformity with the objectives of the development plan and with the complementary document, the amending by-law is deemed to be not in conformity with the objectives of the plan nor with the complementary document.
The council of the regional county municipality may then amend the development plan in accordance with sections 48 to 53.
If the council of the regional county mmunicipality does not amend the plan, the municipality may adopt a second amending by-law, submit it for approval and send it to the council of the regional county municipality.
1979, c. 51, s. 60.