63. The council of the regional county municipality may adopt an interim control by-law.
The by-law applies to every municipality whose territory is comprised in that of the regional county municipality and remains in force in the territory of a municipality until the date of issuance of the last certificate of conformity in respect of the planning program and the zoning, subdivision and building by-laws, and, as the case may be, the by-law contemplated in section 116 of that municipality.
No building or subdivision permit and no certificate of authorization or occupancy may be issued pursuant to a municipal by-law unless the activity that is the object of the application has received all the authorizations required by the interim control by-law.
An interim control by-law may be adopted at any time. In no case, however, notwithstanding sections 68 to 71.2, may the by-law come into force before the date the interim control measures provided under section 61 become applicable.
1979, c. 51, s. 63; 1982, c. 63, s. 80; 1996, c. 2, s. 68.