E-2.2 - Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities

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312. The applicant must notify to the clerk or the secretary-treasurer of the municipality a certified copy of the judgment having become a res judicata and declaring the member of the council disqualified or ousted from office.
Where the judgment is appealed but is under a provisional order of execution, the appellant must notify a certified copy of the appealed judgment and, where such is the case, of the order of execution to the clerk or the secretary-treasurer.
The clerk or the secretary-treasurer shall, as soon as possible, notify the council, the regional county municipality, the metropolitan community, the intermunicipal board of management and every public body whose sittings the respondent is no longer entitled to attend. He shall also notify them as soon as practicable where the respondent recovers the right to attend.
The first two paragraphs do not apply where the appellant is the municipality.
1987, c. 57, s. 312; 1990, c. 85, s. 122; 2000, c. 56, s. 218; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
312. The applicant must serve on the clerk or the secretary-treasurer of the municipality a certified copy of the judgment having become a res judicata and declaring the member of the council disqualified or ousted from office.
Where the judgment is appealed but is under a provisional order of execution, the appellant must serve a certified copy of the appealed judgment and, where such is the case, of the order of execution on the clerk or the secretary-treasurer.
The clerk or the secretary-treasurer shall, as soon as possible, notify the council, the regional county municipality, the metropolitan community, the intermunicipal board of management and every public body whose sittings the respondent is no longer entitled to attend. He shall also notify them as soon as practicable where the respondent recovers the right to attend.
The first two paragraphs do not apply where the appellant is the municipality.
1987, c. 57, s. 312; 1990, c. 85, s. 122; 2000, c. 56, s. 218.
312. The applicant must serve on the clerk or the secretary-treasurer of the municipality a certified copy of the judgment having become a res judicata and declaring the member of the council disqualified or ousted from office.
Where the judgment is appealed but is under a provisional order of execution, the appellant must serve a certified copy of the appealed judgment and, where such is the case, of the order of execution on the clerk or the secretary-treasurer.
The clerk or the secretary-treasurer shall, as soon as possible, notify the council, the regional county municipality, the urban community, the intermunicipal board of management and every public body whose sittings the respondent is no longer entitled to attend. He shall also notify them as soon as practicable where the respondent recovers the right to attend.
The first two paragraphs do not apply where the appellant is the municipality.
1987, c. 57, s. 312; 1990, c. 85, s. 122.
312. The applicant must serve on the clerk or the secretary-treasurer of the municipality a certified copy of the judgment having become a res judicata and declaring the member of the council disqualified or ousted from office.
Where the judgment is appealed but is under a provisional order of execution, the appellant must serve a certified copy of the appealed judgment and, where such is the case, of the order of execution on the clerk or the secretary-treasurer.
The clerk or the secretary-treasurer shall, as soon as possible, notify the council, the regional county municipality, the urban or regional community, the intermunicipal board of management and every public body whose sittings the respondent is no longer entitled to attend. He shall also notify them as soon as practicable where the respondent recovers the right to attend.
The first two paragraphs do not apply where the appellant is the municipality.
1987, c. 57, s. 312.