C-35 - Act respecting the Commission municipale

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78. The redemption shall be evidenced by a certificate in triplicate, one of the triplicates being delivered to the owner and another sent to the registrar, all at the owner’s cost.
The registration of such certificate shall effect cancellation of the registration of the certificate of adjudication and shall reestablish the owner in the rights which he had in the immovable at the time of the sale, subject to the hypothecs which then encumbered the immovable and which have not been discharged through the distribution of the price.
The secretary-treasurer must give the purchaser notice of the redemption, by registered mail sent to his last known address, and, on demand, he must remit to the latter the amount collected, retaining 2% for his fees, and deducting the municipal and school taxes which have become due since the adjudication and which are unpaid.
R. S. 1964, c. 170, s. 71; 1975, c. 83, s. 84; 1992, c. 57, s. 502; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
78. The redemption shall be evidenced by a certificate in triplicate, one of the triplicates being delivered to the owner and another sent to the registrar, all at the owner’s cost.
The registration of such certificate shall effect cancellation of the registration of the certificate of adjudication and shall reestablish the owner in the rights which he had in the immovable at the time of the sale, subject to the hypothecs which then encumbered the immovable and which have not been discharged through the distribution of the price.
The secretary-treasurer must give the purchaser notice of the redemption, by registered or certified letter sent to his last known address, and, on demand, he must remit to the latter the amount collected, retaining 2% for his fees, and deducting the municipal and school taxes which have become due since the adjudication and which are unpaid.
R. S. 1964, c. 170, s. 71; 1975, c. 83, s. 84; 1992, c. 57, s. 502.
78. The redemption shall be evidenced by a certificate in triplicate, one of the triplicates being delivered to the owner and another sent to the registrar, all at the owner’s cost.
The registration of such certificate shall effect cancellation of the registration of the certificate of adjudication and shall reestablish the owner in the rights which he had in the immoveable at the time of the sale, subject to the privileges and hypothecs which then encumbered the immoveable and which have not been discharged through the distribution of the price.
The secretary-treasurer must give the purchaser notice of the redemption, by registered or certified letter sent to his last known address, and, on demand, he must remit to the latter the amount collected, retaining two per cent for his fees, and deducting the municipal and school taxes which have become due since the adjudication and which are unpaid.
R. S. 1964, c. 170, s. 71; 1975, c. 83, s. 84.