F-1 - Act respecting fabriques

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39. Moreover, a churchwarden shall cease to act as such and his office shall become vacant:
(a)  if he ceases to be a parishioner;
(b)  if a tutorship or curatorship is instituted in his regard;
(c)  if he is declared bankrupt or makes an assignment of his property;
(d)  if he resigns by a written notice sent to the fabrique;
(e)  if he is declared to have forfeited his office by a judgment of a competent court which has acquired the authority of a final judgment;
(f)  if he has a direct or indirect interest separate from that of the other parishioners in a contract to which the fabrique is a party.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 76, s. 39; 1989, c. 54, s. 175.
39. Moreover, a churchwarden shall cease to act as such and his office shall become vacant:
(a)  if he ceases to be a parishioner;
(b)  if he is interdicted;
(c)  if he is declared bankrupt or makes an assignment of his property;
(d)  if he resigns by a written notice sent to the fabrique;
(e)  if he is declared to have forfeited his office by a judgment of a competent court which has acquired the authority of a final judgment;
(f)  if he has a direct or indirect interest separate from that of the other parishioners in a contract to which the fabrique is a party.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 76, s. 39.