A-19.1 - Act respecting land use planning and development

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79.19.1. When a notice of motion has been given in order to adopt or amend a by-law provided for in section 79.1, no permit or certificate may be granted by the regional county municipality for carrying out work that will be prohibited if the by-law that is the subject of the notice of motion is adopted.
When the notice of motion has been sent to the members of the council of the regional county municipality by registered mail in accordance with the tenth paragraph of article 445 of the Municipal Code of Québec (chapter C-27.1), as of receipt of the notice, no permit or certificate may be granted by a local municipality for carrying out work that will be prohibited if the by-law that is the subject of the notice of motion is adopted, if an authenticated copy of the notice was also transmitted, in the same manner, to the clerk or the secretary-treasurer of each local municipality in whose territory such a prohibition is to apply.
The first two paragraphs cease to be applicable on the day that is two months after the filing of the notice of motion in accordance with the first paragraph or the mailings under the second paragraph if the by-law is not adopted on that date, or, in the opposite case, on the day that is four months after the adoption of the by-law if it is not in force on that date.
2004, c. 20, s. 6; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP); 2018, c. 82018, c. 8, s. 263.
79.19.1. When a notice of motion has been given in order to adopt or amend a by-law provided for in section 79.1, no permit or certificate may be granted by the regional county municipality for carrying out work that will be prohibited if the by-law that is the subject of the notice of motion is adopted.
When the notice of motion has been sent to the members of the council of the regional county municipality by registered mail in accordance with the fourth paragraph of article 445 of the Municipal Code of Québec (chapter C-27.1), as of receipt of the notice, no permit or certificate may be granted by a local municipality for carrying out work that will be prohibited if the by-law that is the subject of the notice of motion is adopted, if an authenticated copy of the notice was also transmitted, in the same manner, to the clerk or the secretary-treasurer of each local municipality in whose territory such a prohibition is to apply.
The first two paragraphs cease to be applicable on the day that is two months after the filing of the notice of motion in accordance with the first paragraph or the mailings under the second paragraph if the by-law is not adopted on that date, or, in the opposite case, on the day that is four months after the adoption of the by-law if it is not in force on that date.
2004, c. 20, s. 6; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
79.19.1. When a notice of motion has been given in order to adopt or amend a by-law provided for in section 79.1, no permit or certificate may be granted by the regional county municipality for carrying out work that will be prohibited if the by-law that is the subject of the notice of motion is adopted.
When the notice of motion has been sent to the members of the council of the regional county municipality by registered or certified mail in accordance with the fourth paragraph of article 445 of the Municipal Code of Québec (chapter C-27.1), as of receipt of the notice, no permit or certificate may be granted by a local municipality for carrying out work that will be prohibited if the by-law that is the subject of the notice of motion is adopted, if an authenticated copy of the notice was also transmitted, in the same manner, to the clerk or the secretary-treasurer of each local municipality in whose territory such a prohibition is to apply.
The first two paragraphs cease to be applicable on the day that is two months after the filing of the notice of motion in accordance with the first paragraph or the mailings under the second paragraph if the by-law is not adopted on that date, or, in the opposite case, on the day that is four months after the adoption of the by-law if it is not in force on that date.
2004, c. 20, s. 6.