C-35 - Act respecting the Commission municipale

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91. The Commission, each of its members or any delegate, may,—
(1)  At any reasonable time, have access to and inspect any place, building or work being the property of any municipality or under the control of the latter;
(2)  Inspect any work, structure, rolling-stock or other property of such municipality;
(3)  In cases not specially provided for by this Act, require the attendance of all such persons as it or he thinks fit to summon and examine, and take the testimony of such persons, and require the production of any book, by-law or document;
(4)  Administer oaths;
The member of the Commission or his delegate shall, on request, identify himself and produce a certificate of his capacity issued by the Commission.
And shall have the same powers as those mentioned in the first paragraph of section 23 to summon witnesses, enforce their attendance and compel them to give evidence and produce the books and documents which they may be required to produce.
This section does not apply when the Commission exercises, under Division X, its audit functions with regard to municipalities and municipal bodies.
R. S. 1964, c. 170, s. 84; 1986, c. 95, s. 99; 1999, c. 40, s. 65; 2018, c. 82018, c. 8, s. 115.
91. The Commission, each of its members or any delegate, may,—
(1)  At any reasonable time, have access to and inspect any place, building or work being the property of any municipality or under the control of the latter;
(2)  Inspect any work, structure, rolling-stock or other property of such municipality;
(3)  In cases not specially provided for by this Act, require the attendance of all such persons as it or he thinks fit to summon and examine, and take the testimony of such persons, and require the production of any book, by-law or document;
(4)  Administer oaths;
The member of the Commission or his delegate shall, on request, identify himself and produce a certificate of his capacity issued by the Commission.
And shall have the same powers as those mentioned in the first paragraph of section 23 to summon witnesses, enforce their attendance and compel them to give evidence and produce the books and documents which they may be required to produce.
R. S. 1964, c. 170, s. 84; 1986, c. 95, s. 99; 1999, c. 40, s. 65.
91. The Commission, each of its members or any delegate, may,—
(1)  At any reasonable time, have access to and inspect any place, building or work being the property of any municipality or under the control of the latter;
(2)  Inspect any work, structure, rolling-stock or other property of such municipality;
(3)  In cases not specially provided for by this Act, require the attendance of all such persons as it or he thinks fit to summon and examine, and take the testimony of such persons, and require the production of any book, by-law or document;
(4)  Administer oaths and receive affirmations or declarations;
The member of the Commission or his delegate shall, on request, identify himself and produce a certificate of his capacity issued by the Commission.
And shall have the same powers as those mentioned in the first paragraph of section 23 to summon witnesses, enforce their attendance and compel them to give evidence and produce the books and documents which they may be required to produce.
R. S. 1964, c. 170, s. 84; 1986, c. 95, s. 99.
91. The Commission, each of its members or any delegate, may,—
(1)  Have access to and inspect any place, building or work being the property of any municipality or under the control of the latter;
(2)  Inspect any work, structure, rolling-stock or other property of such municipality;
(3)  In cases not specially provided for by this act, require the attendance of all such persons as it or he thinks fit to summon and examine, and take the testimony of such persons, and require the production of any book, by-law or document;
(4)  Administer oaths and receive affirmations or declarations;
And shall have the same powers as those mentioned in section 90 to summon witnesses, enforce their attendance and compel them to give evidence and produce the books and documents which they may be required to produce.
R. S. 1964, c. 170, s. 84.