C-19 - Cities and Towns Act

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29.4. A municipality may own immovables for the purposes of a land reserve.
A municipality may also own immovables for housing purposes and it may
(1)  lease the immovables;
(2)  equip the immovables and install public services therein;
(3)  demolish, move or restore any construction erected on the immovables;
(4)  erect a construction on the immovables.
Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision, the municipality may also alienate an immovable referred to in this section gratuitously in favour of the Government, any of its ministers or bodies, a regional county municipality, the housing bureau or any other non-profit agency, in addition to the persons mentioned in section 29.
1985, c. 27, s. 14; 1995, c. 34, s. 6; 1996, c. 2, s. 209; 1998, c. 31, s. 9; 2002, c. 37, s. 71.
29.4. A municipality may own immovables for the purposes of a land reserve.
A municipality may also own immovables for housing purposes and it may
(1)  lease the immovables;
(2)  equip the immovables and install public services therein;
(3)  demolish, move or restore any construction erected on the immovables;
(4)  erect a construction on the immovables.
Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision, the municipality may also alienate an immovable referred to in this section gratuitously in favour of the Government, any of its ministers or bodies, a regional county municipality, the municipal housing bureau or any other non-profit agency, in addition to the persons mentioned in section 29.
1985, c. 27, s. 14; 1995, c. 34, s. 6; 1996, c. 2, s. 209; 1998, c. 31, s. 9.
29.4. A municipality may own immovables for the purposes of a land reserve.
A municipality may also own immovables for housing purposes and it may
(1)  lease the immovables;
(2)  equip the immovables and install public services therein;
(3)  demolish, move or restore any construction erected on the immovables;
(4)  erect a construction on the immovables.
Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision, the municipality may also alienate an immovable referred to in this section gratuitously in favour of the Government, any of its ministers or bodies, a regional county municipality, a school board, the municipal housing bureau or any other non-profit agency.
1985, c. 27, s. 14; 1995, c. 34, s. 6; 1996, c. 2, s. 209.
29.4. A corporation may own immovables for the purposes of a land reserve.
A corporation may also own immovables for housing purposes and it may
(1)  lease the immovables;
(2)  equip the immovables and install public services therein;
(3)  demolish, move or restore any construction erected on the immovables;
(4)  erect a construction on the immovables.
Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision, the municipality may also alienate an immovable referred to in this section gratuitously in favour of the Government, any of its ministers or bodies, a regional county municipality, a school board, the municipal housing bureau or any other non-profit agency.
1985, c. 27, s. 14; 1995, c. 34, s. 6.
29.4. A corporation may own immovables for the purposes of a land reserve.
A corporation may also own immovables for housing purposes and it may
(1)  lease the immovables;
(2)  equip the immovables and install public services therein;
(3)  demolish, move or restore any construction erected on the immovables;
(4)  erect a construction on the immovables.
The corporation may also alienate an immovable contemplated in this section and, in such a case, the price of alienation must be sufficient to cover any cost incurred in respect of it. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision, the corporation may, however, alienate the immovable for a lesser amount or gratuitously in favour of the Government, any of its ministers or bodies, a regional county municipality, a school board, its municipal housing bureau or any other non-profit agency.
1985, c. 27, s. 14.