E-20.001 - Act respecting the exercise of certain municipal powers in certain urban agglomerations

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55. If the infrastructures and equipment forming a system consist both of infrastructures and equipment that come under an urban agglomeration power, and infrastructures and equipment that do not, the urban agglomeration council may, by a by-law subject to the right of objection under section 115, establish rules so that the exercise of a power as regards the latter infrastructures and equipment does not affect the former infrastructures and equipment in such a way as to significantly reduce the leeway of the central municipality in exercising the urban agglomeration power.
Every related municipality must comply with the rules established in such a by-law that is in force.
The power conferred by the first paragraph applies in particular to thoroughfares, water supply, water purification and residual materials.
2004, c. 29, s. 55.