E-2.2 - Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities

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125. Not later than 22 days before polling day, the returning officer shall give a public notice setting forth
(1)  the fact that the list of electors will be revised;
(2)  the requirements to be met by a person to be an elector and to be entitled to have his name entered on the list;
(3)  the place, days and times fixed for examination of the list and the making of applications for entry, striking off or correction;
(4)  the fact that the information and documents provided for in the second paragraph of section 133 must be provided to the board of revisors upon the making of an application for entry by a person domiciled in the territory of the municipality.
Where the notice is given before the end of the period for filing nomination papers, it may indicate that the list will be revised only if the holding of a poll makes revision mandatory.
1987, c. 57, s. 125; 1997, c. 34, s. 21.
125. In a municipality having a population of 100 000 or over, if the council is composed of candidates of more than one party authorized under Chapter XIII who were elected at the last general election, the returning officer shall appoint as revisors a person recommended by the party with the greatest number of elected candidates and another person recommended by the party with the second greatest number of elected candidates.
In case of equality between parties for the greatest or second greatest number of elected candidates, their rank for the purposes of the first paragraph is established according to the number of votes obtained by all the candidates of each party.
1987, c. 57, s. 125.