E-2.2 - Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities

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428. The following are not contributions:
(1)  volunteer work performed personally and voluntarily and the result of such work, without compensation and for no consideration;
(2)  (paragraph repealed);
(3)  an amount paid under any Act, including a reimbursement under subdivision 4 of Division V;
(4)  a loan granted for political purposes, in accordance with subdivision 2, by an elector of the municipality or a financial institution having an office in Québec, at the rate of interest current on the market at the time it is granted;
(5)  suretyship contracted by an elector of the municipality;
(6)  an annual amount not in excess of $25 paid by a natural person for membership in a party;
(7)  at the option of the official representative, applied equally to all the participants, an entrance fee to a political activity or rally, where the fee is not over $60 per day, up to one admission per person. The total amount collected must not exceed 3% of the total contributions collected during the period covered by a financial report;
(7.1)  (paragraph replaced);
(8)  ancillary revenue collected at a political activity or rally in accordance with the Chief Electoral Officer’s directives;
(9)  the payment to the official representative of the party by a leadership candidate of the cost of goods and services furnished in accordance with section 461 referred to in section 499.11;
(10)  remaining sums of money transferred in accordance with section 499.18.
1987, c. 57, s. 428; 1999, c. 25, s. 53; 2010, c. 32, s. 13; 2011, c. 38, s. 38; 2016, c. 182016, c. 18, s. 47.
428. The following are not contributions:
(1)  the work performed by individuals, voluntarily and not for consideration and the fruit of that work;
(2)  (paragraph repealed);
(3)  an amount paid under any Act, including a reimbursement under subdivision 4 of Division V;
(4)  a loan granted for political purposes, in accordance with subdivision 2, by an elector of the municipality or a financial institution having an office in Québec, at the rate of interest current on the market at the time it is granted;
(5)  suretyship contracted by an elector of the municipality;
(6)  an annual amount not in excess of $25 paid by a natural person for membership in a party;
(7)  at the option of the official representative, applied equally to all the participants, an entrance fee to a political activity or rally, where the fee is not over $60 per day, up to one admission per person. The total amount collected must not exceed 3% of the total contributions collected during the period covered by a financial report;
(7.1)  (paragraph replaced);
(8)  ancillary revenue collected at a political activity or rally in accordance with the Chief Electoral Officer’s directives;
(9)  the payment to the official representative of the party by a leadership candidate of the cost of goods and services furnished in accordance with section 461 referred to in section 499.11;
(10)  remaining sums of money transferred in accordance with section 499.18.
1987, c. 57, s. 428; 1999, c. 25, s. 53; 2010, c. 32, s. 13; 2011, c. 38, s. 38.
428. The following are not contributions:
(1)  the work performed by individuals, voluntarily and not for consideration and the fruit of that work;
(2)  (paragraph repealed);
(3)  an amount paid under any Act, including a reimbursement under subdivision 4 of Division V;
(4)  a loan granted for political purposes, in accordance with subdivision 2, by an elector of the municipality or a financial institution having an office in Québec, at the rate of interest current on the market at the time it is granted;
(5)  suretyship contracted by an elector of the municipality;
(6)  an annual amount not in excess of $25 paid by a natural person for membership in a party;
(7)  at the option of the official representative, applied equally to all the participants, an entrance fee to a political activity or rally, where the fee is not over $60 per day, up to one admission per person. The total amount collected must not exceed 3% of the total contributions collected during the period covered by a financial report;
(7.1)  ancillary revenue collected at a political activity or rally in accordance with the Chief Electoral Officer’s directives.
1987, c. 57, s. 428; 1999, c. 25, s. 53; 2010, c. 32, s. 13.
428. The following are not contributions:
(1)  the work performed by individuals, voluntarily and not for consideration and the fruit of that work;
(2)  an anonymous donation collected at a meeting or rally held for political purposes;
(3)  an amount paid under any Act, including a reimbursement under subdivision 4 of Division V;
(4)  a loan granted for political purposes, in accordance with subdivision 2, by an elector of the municipality or a financial institution having an office in Québec, at the rate of interest current on the market at the time it is granted;
(5)  suretyship contracted by an elector of the municipality;
(6)  an annual amount not in excess of $25 paid by a natural person for membership in a party;
(7)  at the option of the official representative, applied equally to all the participants, an entrance fee to a political activity or rally, where the fee is not over $60 per day, up to one admission per person.
1987, c. 57, s. 428; 1999, c. 25, s. 53.
428. The following are not contributions:
(1)  the work performed by individuals, voluntarily and not for consideration and the fruit of that work;
(2)  an anonymous donation collected at a meeting or rally held for political purposes;
(3)  an amount paid under any Act, including a reimbursement under subdivision 4 of Division V;
(4)  a loan granted for political purposes, in accordance with subdivision 2, by an elector of the municipality or a financial institution having an office in Québec, at the rate of interest current on the market at the time it is granted;
(5)  suretyship contracted by an elector of the municipality;
(6)  an annual amount not in excess of $25 paid by a natural person for membership in a party;
(7)  as the official representative elects, the entrance fee to a political activity or rally, where the fee is not in excess of $50, up to one fee per person.
1987, c. 57, s. 428.