C-47.1 - Municipal Powers Act

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107. The owner or occupant of land must allow the employees or representatives of the regional county municipality access to the watercourse for the inspections necessary in the performance of their duties. The owner or occupant must also allow machinery and equipment any access required to carry out work.
Before undertaking work, a regional county municipality must give the owner or occupant of the land at least 48 hours’ prior notice of its intention to move about on that land, unless prevented from doing so by the urgent need to remedy the situation.
The regional county municipality is bound to restore the premises to their original state and to pay compensation for any damage caused by its intervention. Failing agreement, the amount of the indemnity for damage caused is fixed by the Administrative Tribunal of Québec at the request of the person claiming it or the municipality, and sections 58 to 68 of the Expropriation Act (chapter E‐24) apply, with the necessary modifications
2005, c. 6, s. 107; 2006, c. 31, s. 122.
107. The owner or occupant of land must allow the employees or representatives of the regional county municipality access to the watercourse for the inspections necessary in the performance of their duties. The owner or occupant must also allow machinery and equipment any access required to carry out work.
Before undertaking work, a regional county municipality must give the owner or occupant of the land at least 48 hours’ prior notice of its intention to move about on that land, unless prevented from doing so by the urgent need to remedy the situation.
The regional county municipality is bound to restore the premises to their original state and to pay compensation for any damage caused by its intervention.
2005, c. 6, s. 107.