E-2.2 - Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities

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318. The term of a member of the council who is disqualified or was disqualified during his term of office ends on the date on which the judgment declaring the member disqualified becomes a res judicata.
Where the disqualification of a member results from the fact that, after his election, he became ineligible pursuant to section 62 or 63, he became a warden of a regional county municipality elected in accordance with section 210.29.2 of the Act respecting municipal territorial organization (chapter O-9) or he became a Member of the Parliament of Québec or Canada, his term ends on the day he begins to hold the office referred to in section 62 or 63, becomes a warden or becomes a Member of Parliament.
Where the disqualification of a member results from the fact that he has been convicted of an offence described in section 301, his term ends on the day the judgment convicting him becomes a res judicata. Where the disqualification of a member results from the fact that he has been convicted of an offence described in section 302, his term ends, except in the case of an immediate pardon, on the date the judgment convicting him becomes a res judicata or on the day the final sentence is pronounced, whichever is later.
The second and third paragraphs apply subject to sections 321 to 328.
1987, c. 57, s. 318; 1990, c. 4, s. 407; 1997, c. 34, s. 27; 2001, c. 68, s. 57; 2016, c. 172016, c. 17, s. 53.
318. The term of a member of the council who is disqualified or was disqualified during his term of office ends on the date on which the judgment declaring the member disqualified becomes a res judicata.
Where the disqualification of a member results from the fact that, after his election, he became ineligible pursuant to section 62 or 63, he became a warden of a regional county municipality elected in accordance with section 210.29.2 of the Act respecting municipal territorial organization (chapter O-9) or he became a Member of the Parliament of Québec or Canada, his term ends on the day he begins to hold the office referred to in section 62 or 63, becomes a warden or becomes a Member of Parliament.
Where the disqualification of a member results from the fact that he has been convicted of an offence described in section 301, his term ends on the day the judgment convicting him becomes a res judicata. Where the disqualification of a member results from the fact that he has been convicted of an offence described in section 302 and has been imposed a penalty contemplated therein, his term ends, except in the case of an immediate pardon, on the date the judgment convicting him becomes a res judicata or on the day the final sentence is pronounced, whichever is later.
The second and third paragraphs apply subject to sections 321 to 328.
1987, c. 57, s. 318; 1990, c. 4, s. 407; 1997, c. 34, s. 27; 2001, c. 68, s. 57.
318. The term of a member of the council who is disqualified or was disqualified during his term of office ends on the date on which the judgment declaring the member disqualified becomes a res judicata.
Where the disqualification of a member results from the fact that, after his election, he became ineligible pursuant to section 62 or 63 or he became a Member of the Parliament of Québec or Canada, his term ends on the day he begins to hold the office referred to in that section or becomes a Member of Parliament.
Where the disqualification of a member results from the fact that he has been convicted of an offence described in section 301, his term ends on the day the judgment convicting him becomes a res judicata. Where the disqualification of a member results from the fact that he has been convicted of an offence described in section 302 and has been imposed a penalty contemplated therein, his term ends, except in the case of an immediate pardon, on the date the judgment convicting him becomes a res judicata or on the day the final sentence is pronounced, whichever is later.
The second and third paragraphs apply subject to sections 321 to 328.
1987, c. 57, s. 318; 1990, c. 4, s. 407; 1997, c. 34, s. 27.
318. The term of a member of the council who is disqualified or was disqualified during his term of office ends on the date on which the judgment declaring the member disqualified becomes a res judicata.
Where the disqualification of a member results from the fact that, after his election, he became ineligible pursuant to section 62 or 63 or he became a Member of the Parliament of Québec or Canada, his term ends on the day he begins to hold the office referred to in that section or becomes a Member of Parliament.
Where the disqualification of a member results from the fact that he has been convicted of an offence described in section 301, his term ends on the day the judgment convicting him becomes a res judicata. Where the disqualification of a member results from the fact that he has been convicted of an offence described in section 302 and has been imposed a sentence contemplated therein, his term ends, except in the case of an immediate pardon, on the date the judgment convicting him becomes a res judicata or on the day the final sentence is pronounced, whichever is later.
The second and third paragraphs apply subject to sections 321 to 328.
1987, c. 57, s. 318; 1990, c. 4, s. 407.
318. The term of a member of the council who is disqualified or was disqualified during his term of office ends on the date on which the judgment declaring the member disqualified becomes a res judicata.
Where the disqualification of a member results from the fact that, after his election, he became ineligible pursuant to section 62 or 63 or he became a Member of the Parliament of Québec or Canada, his term ends on the day he begins to hold the office referred to in that section or becomes a Member of Parliament.
Where the disqualification of a member results from the fact that he has pleaded guilty to or been convicted of an offence described in section 301, his term ends on the day the judgment convicting him becomes a res judicata. Where the disqualification of a member results from the fact that he has pleaded guilty to or been convicted of an offence described in section 302 and has been imposed a sentence contemplated therein, his term ends, except in the case of an immediate pardon, on the date the judgment convicting him becomes a res judicata or on the day the final sentence is pronounced, whichever is later.
The second and third paragraphs apply subject to sections 321 to 328.
1987, c. 57, s. 318.