29.19. A municipality may, by by-law, as regards the occupation of its public domain, determine
(1) the purposes for which the occupation is authorized unconditionally or may be so authorized subject to compliance with certain conditions;
(2) the conditions that must be met for the occupation to be authorized, in particular payment of an amount in one or more instalments;
(3) the terms and conditions according to which the occupation is authorized where the required conditions are met, in particular the adoption of a resolution or the issue of a permit;
(4) the rules relating to the duration and the premature end of the authorized occupation, in particular the rules concerning revocation of the authorization;
(5) (a) the circumstances in which all or part of the structures or installations situated in the public domain in accordance with the authorization may, notwithstanding the authorization, be permanently or temporarily removed;
(b) the rules relating to a removal under subparagraph a;
(6) (a) the categories of occupation for the purposes of this paragraph;
(b) the rules relating to the entry of any authorized occupation in any category it specifies in a register kept for that purpose;
(c) the rules relating to the issue of certified extracts from the register provided for in subparagraph b.
The municipality may, in the by-law, define categories of cases and avail itself of any power provided for in the first paragraph in a manner that varies according to the category. The municipality may also, in the by-law, provide that the council or other deliberative body it designates is empowered, in the circumstances and subject to the conditions it indicates, to exercise case by case and by resolution any power it specifies among those provided for in subparagraphs 2 to 5 of the first paragraph.