### E-2.2 - Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities

314. The term of the mayor expires when the candidate elected to the office of mayor at the general election makes the oath or, if he fails to do so, at the expiry of the time prescribed therefor.
The term of a person holding office as councillor expires when the candidate elected to the office at the general election makes the oath of office or, if he fails to do so, at the expiry of the time prescribed therefor.
However, where a person holding office is a candidate for another office at a general election, his term expires at the time the candidate elected to either office makes the oath of office or, if he fails to do so, at the expiry of the time prescribed therefor.
1987, c. 57, s. 314; 1989, c. 56, s. 3; 2009, c. 11, s. 84.
314. The term of the mayor expires when the candidate elected to the office of mayor at the regular election makes the oath or, if he fails to do so, at the expiry of the time prescribed therefor.
The term of a person holding office as councillor expires when the candidate elected to the office at the regular election makes the oath of office or, if he fails to do so, at the expiry of the time prescribed therefor.
However, where a person holding office is a candidate for another office at a regular election, his term expires at the time the candidate elected to either office makes the oath of office or, if he fails to do so, at the expiry of the time prescribed therefor.
1987, c. 57, s. 314; 1989, c. 56, s. 3.
314. The term of the mayor expires when the candidate elected to the office of mayor at the regular election makes the oath or, if he fails to do so, at the expiry of the time prescribed therefor.
The term of the councillors expires at 4:30 p.m. twenty-three days before the day fixed for the regular election at which their offices are open for nominations.
1987, c. 57, s. 314.