F-2.1 - Act respecting municipal taxation

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208. Where an immovable that is not taxable under paragraph 1 or 1.1 of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or a corporation that is a mandatary of the State, unless its owner is the Société québécoise des infrastructures, the property taxes to which that immovable would be subject without that exemption are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant. However, that rule does not apply in the case of an immovable referred to in paragraph 1.1 of section 204 where, according to the legislation of the Parliament of Canada relating to subsidies to municipalities that are to stand in lieu of property taxes, and according to the instruments made under that legislation, such a subsidy is paid in respect of the immovable notwithstanding its being occupied as described in this paragraph.
Where an immovable contemplated in another paragraph of section 204, except paragraph 10, is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, it becomes taxable and the property taxes to which it is subject are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant. That rule also applies in the case of an immovable referred to in subparagraph 1 of the second paragraph of section 255 or in the fifth paragraph of that section.
The exemptions provided for in the first and second paragraphs and applicable to the lessee or occupant of an immovable referred to in section 204 apply to the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec or one of its subsidiaries referred to in section 88.15 of the Transport Act (chapter T-12) where the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec or the subsidiary is the lessee or occupant of an immovable referred to in those paragraphs but only if it carries on an activity related to the construction or management of the shared transportation infrastructure that is the subject of an agreement entered into under section 88.10 of that Act.
The taxation rules set out in the first and second paragraphs do not apply where the lessee or occupant of an immovable that is the subject of an agreement entered into under section 88.10 of the Transport Act is
(1)  a limited partnership, where the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec or one of its subsidiaries referred to in section 88.15 of that Act holds 10% or more of the instruments of the partnership’s common stock and the general partner is a business corporation with respect to which the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec or such a subsidiary may exercise 10% or more of the voting rights conferred by the shares issued by that corporation, which limited partnership leases or occupies the immovable to carry on an activity related to the construction or management of the shared transportation infrastructure that is the subject of an agreement entered into under section 88.10 of that Act; or
(2)  a contracting party of the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, of one of its subsidiaries referred to in section 88.15 of that Act or of a person referred to in subparagraph 1, which contracting party leases or occupies the immovable to carry on, on behalf of the person, an activity related to the construction or management of the shared transportation infrastructure that is the subject of an agreement entered into under section 88.10 of that Act.
The immovable is entered in the name of the person who must pay the property tax.
Where the value of a part of an immovable referred to in any of paragraphs 13 to 17 of section 204 that is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or, as the case may be, the total value of the aggregate of those parts is less than the lesser of $50,000 and the amount equal to 10% of the value of the immovable, the second and fifth paragraphs of this section do not apply, notwithstanding section 2, to such a part. That rule also applies in the case of an immovable referred to in the second sentence of the second paragraph.
Where the value of an immovable referred to in paragraph 3 of section 204 and occupied by a person other than a person mentioned in that section is less than $50,000, the second and fifth paragraphs of this section do not apply to that immovable. The same applies, notwithstanding section 2, where the value of the part so occupied of an immovable referred to in that paragraph is less than that amount.
For the purposes of the first five paragraphs, a person residing in a dwelling is not deemed to be the lessee of the dwelling or to occupy it and the person who administers the dwelling but does not reside in it is deemed to occupy it.
Notwithstanding the first four paragraphs, where recognition has been granted under the second paragraph of section 243.3 and is in force in respect of the immovable, the recognized lessee or occupant is exempt from the payment of property taxes.
1979, c. 72, s. 208; 1980, c. 34, s. 30; 1982, c. 63, s. 215; 1986, c. 34, s. 14; 1988, c. 76, s. 59; 1994, c. 30, s. 62; 1996, c. 67, s. 50; 1999, c. 40, s. 133; 2000, c. 54, s. 63; 2001, c. 68, s. 60; 2002, c. 77, s. 63; 2004, c. 20, s. 163; 2006, c. 60, s. 93; 2011, c. 16, s. 186; 2013, c. 23, s. 113; 2017, c. 17, ss. 63 and 66.
208. Where an immovable that is not taxable under paragraph 1 or 1.1 of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or a corporation that is a mandatary of the State, unless its owner is the Société québécoise des infrastructures, the property taxes to which that immovable would be subject without that exemption are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant. However, that rule does not apply in the case of an immovable referred to in paragraph 1.1 of section 204 where, according to the legislation of the Parliament of Canada relating to subsidies to municipalities that are to stand in lieu of property taxes, and according to the instruments made under that legislation, such a subsidy is paid in respect of the immovable notwithstanding its being occupied as described in this paragraph.
Where an immovable contemplated in another paragraph of section 204, except paragraph 10, is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, it becomes taxable and the property taxes to which it is subject are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant. That rule also applies in the case of an immovable referred to in subparagraph 1 of the second paragraph of section 255 or in the fifth paragraph of that section.
The immovable is entered in the name of the person who must pay the property tax.
Where the value of a part of an immovable referred to in any of paragraphs 13 to 17 of section 204 that is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or, as the case may be, the total value of the aggregate of those parts is less than the lesser of $50,000 and the amount equal to 10% of the value of the immovable, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply, notwithstanding section 2, to such a part. That rule also applies in the case of an immovable referred to in the second sentence of the second paragraph.
Where the value of an immovable referred to in paragraph 3 of section 204 and occupied by a person other than a person mentioned in that section is less than $50,000, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply to that immovable. The same applies, notwithstanding section 2, where the value of the part so occupied of an immovable referred to in that paragraph is less than that amount.
For the purposes of the first three paragraphs, a person residing in a dwelling is not deemed to be the lessee of the dwelling or to occupy it and the person who administers the dwelling but does not reside in it is deemed to occupy it.
Notwithstanding the first or second paragraph, where recognition has been granted under the second paragraph of section 243.3 and is in force in respect of the immovable, the recognized lessee or occupant is exempt from the payment of property taxes.
1979, c. 72, s. 208; 1980, c. 34, s. 30; 1982, c. 63, s. 215; 1986, c. 34, s. 14; 1988, c. 76, s. 59; 1994, c. 30, s. 62; 1996, c. 67, s. 50; 1999, c. 40, s. 133; 2000, c. 54, s. 63; 2001, c. 68, s. 60; 2002, c. 77, s. 63; 2004, c. 20, s. 163; 2006, c. 60, s. 93; 2011, c. 16, s. 186; 2013, c. 23, s. 113.
208. Where an immovable that is not taxable under paragraph 1 or 1.1 of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or a corporation that is a mandatary of the State, unless its owner is the Société immobilière du Québec, the property taxes to which that immovable would be subject without that exemption are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant. However, that rule does not apply in the case of an immovable referred to in paragraph 1.1 of section 204 where, according to the legislation of the Parliament of Canada relating to subsidies to municipalities that are to stand in lieu of property taxes, and according to the instruments made under that legislation, such a subsidy is paid in respect of the immovable notwithstanding its being occupied as described in this paragraph.
Where an immovable contemplated in another paragraph of section 204, except paragraph 10, is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, it becomes taxable and the property taxes to which it is subject are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant. That rule also applies in the case of an immovable referred to in paragraph 1 of that section whose owner is the Société immobilière du Québec and that is used or intended to be used by a person referred to in subparagraph a of paragraph 14 of that section.
The immovable is entered in the name of the person who must pay the property tax.
Where the value of a part of an immovable referred to in any of paragraphs 13 to 17 of section 204 that is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or, as the case may be, the total value of the aggregate of those parts is less than the lesser of $50,000 and the amount equal to 10% of the value of the immovable, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply, notwithstanding section 2, to such a part. That rule also applies in the case of an immovable referred to in the second sentence of the second paragraph.
Where the value of an immovable referred to in paragraph 3 of section 204 and occupied by a person other than a person mentioned in that section is less than $50,000, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply to that immovable. The same applies, notwithstanding section 2, where the value of the part so occupied of an immovable referred to in that paragraph is less than that amount.
For the purposes of the first three paragraphs, a person residing in a dwelling is not deemed to be the lessee of the dwelling or to occupy it and the person who administers the dwelling but does not reside in it is deemed to occupy it.
Notwithstanding the first or second paragraph, where recognition has been granted under the second paragraph of section 243.3 and is in force in respect of the immovable, the recognized lessee or occupant is exempt from the payment of property taxes.
1979, c. 72, s. 208; 1980, c. 34, s. 30; 1982, c. 63, s. 215; 1986, c. 34, s. 14; 1988, c. 76, s. 59; 1994, c. 30, s. 62; 1996, c. 67, s. 50; 1999, c. 40, s. 133; 2000, c. 54, s. 63; 2001, c. 68, s. 60; 2002, c. 77, s. 63; 2004, c. 20, s. 163; 2006, c. 60, s. 93; 2011, c. 16, s. 186.
208. Where an immovable that is not taxable under paragraph 1 or 1.1 of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or a corporation that is a mandatary of the State, unless its owner is the Société immobilière du Québec, the property taxes to which that immovable would be subject without that exemption are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant. However, that rule does not apply in the case of an immovable referred to in paragraph 1.1 of section 204 where, according to the legislation of the Parliament of Canada relating to subsidies to municipalities that are to stand in lieu of property taxes, and according to the instruments made under that legislation, such a subsidy is paid in respect of the immovable notwithstanding its being occupied as described in this paragraph.
Where an immovable contemplated in another paragraph of section 204, except paragraph 10, is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, it becomes taxable and the property taxes to which it is subject are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
The immovable is entered in the name of the person who must pay the property tax.
Where the value of a part of an immovable referred to in any of paragraphs 1.2 and 13 to 17 of section 204 that is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or, as the case may be, the total value of the aggregate of those parts is less than the lesser of $50,000 and the amount equal to 10% of the value of the immovable, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply, notwithstanding section 2, to such a part.
Where the value of an immovable referred to in paragraph 3 of section 204 and occupied by a person other than a person mentioned in that section is less than $50,000, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply to that immovable. The same applies, notwithstanding section 2, where the value of the part so occupied of an immovable referred to in that paragraph is less than that amount.
For the purposes of the first three paragraphs, a person residing in a dwelling is not deemed to be the lessee of the dwelling or to occupy it and the person who administers the dwelling but does not reside in it is deemed to occupy it.
Notwithstanding the first or second paragraph, where recognition has been granted under the second paragraph of section 243.3 and is in force in respect of the immovable, the recognized lessee or occupant is exempt from the payment of property taxes.
1979, c. 72, s. 208; 1980, c. 34, s. 30; 1982, c. 63, s. 215; 1986, c. 34, s. 14; 1988, c. 76, s. 59; 1994, c. 30, s. 62; 1996, c. 67, s. 50; 1999, c. 40, s. 133; 2000, c. 54, s. 63; 2001, c. 68, s. 60; 2002, c. 77, s. 63; 2004, c. 20, s. 163; 2006, c. 60, s. 93.
208. Where an immovable that is not taxable under paragraph 1 or 1.1 of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or a corporation that is a mandatary of the State, unless the immovable is included in the unit of assessment entered on the roll in the name of the Société immobilière du Québec, the property taxes to which that immovable would be subject without that exemption are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant. However, that rule does not apply in the case of an immovable referred to in paragraph 1.1 of section 204 where, according to the legislation of the Parliament of Canada relating to subsidies to municipalites that are to stand in lieu of property taxes, and according to the instruments made under that legislation, such a subsidy is paid in respect of the immovable notwithstanding its being occupied as described in this paragraph.
Where an immovable contemplated in another paragraph of section 204, except paragraph 10, is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, it becomes taxable and the property taxes to which it is subject are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
The immovable is entered in the name of the person who must pay the property tax.
Where the value of a part of an immovable referred to in any of paragraphs 1.2 and 13 to 17 of section 204 that is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or, as the case may be, the total value of the aggregate of those parts is less than the lesser of $50 000 and the amount equal to 10 % of the value of the immovable, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply, notwithstanding section 2, to such a part.
Where the value of an immovable referred to in paragraph 3 of section 204 and occupied by a person other than a person mentioned in that section is less than $50,000, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply to that immovable. The same applies, notwithstanding section 2, where the value of the part so occupied of an immovable referred to in that paragraph is less than that amount.
For the purposes of the first three paragraphs, a person residing in a dwelling is not deemed to be the lessee of the dwelling or to occupy it and the person who administers the dwelling but does not reside in it is deemed to occupy it.
Notwithstanding the first or second paragraph, where recognition has been granted under the second paragraph of section 243.3 and is in force in respect of the immovable, the recognized lessee or occupant is exempt from the payment of property taxes.
1979, c. 72, s. 208; 1980, c. 34, s. 30; 1982, c. 63, s. 215; 1986, c. 34, s. 14; 1988, c. 76, s. 59; 1994, c. 30, s. 62; 1996, c. 67, s. 50; 1999, c. 40, s. 133; 2000, c. 54, s. 63; 2001, c. 68, s. 60; 2002, c. 77, s. 63; 2004, c. 20, s. 163.
208. Where an immovable that is not taxable under paragraph 1 or 1.1 of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or a corporation that is a mandatary of the State, unless the immovable belongs to the Société immobilière du Québec, the property taxes to which that immovable would be subject without that exemption are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant. However, that rule does not apply in the case of an immovable referred to in paragraph 1.1 of section 204 where, according to the legislation of the Parliament of Canada relating to subsidies to municipalites that are to stand in lieu of property taxes, and according to the instruments made under that legislation, such a subsidy is paid in respect of the immovable notwithstanding its being occupied as described in this paragraph.
Where an immovable contemplated in another paragraph of section 204, except paragraph 10, is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, it becomes taxable and the property taxes to which it is subject are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
The immovable is entered in the name of the person who must pay the property tax.
Where the value of a part of an immovable referred to in any of paragraphs 1.2 and 13 to 17 of section 204 that is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or, as the case may be, the total value of the aggregate of those parts is less than the lesser of $50 000 and the amount equal to 10 % of the value of the immovable, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply, notwithstanding section 2, to such a part.
Where the value of an immovable referred to in paragraph 3 of section 204 and occupied by a person other than a person mentioned in that section is less than $50,000, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply to that immovable. The same applies, notwithstanding section 2, where the value of the part so occupied of an immovable referred to in that paragraph is less than that amount.
For the purposes of the first three paragraphs, a person residing in a dwelling is not deemed to be the lessee of the dwelling or to occupy it and the person who administers the dwelling but does not reside in it is deemed to occupy it.
Notwithstanding the first or second paragraph, where recognition has been granted under the second paragraph of section 243.3 and is in force in respect of the immovable, the recognized lessee or occupant is exempt from the payment of property taxes.
1979, c. 72, s. 208; 1980, c. 34, s. 30; 1982, c. 63, s. 215; 1986, c. 34, s. 14; 1988, c. 76, s. 59; 1994, c. 30, s. 62; 1996, c. 67, s. 50; 1999, c. 40, s. 133; 2000, c. 54, s. 63; 2001, c. 68, s. 60; 2002, c. 77, s. 63.
208. Where an immovable that is not taxable under paragraph 1 or 1.1 of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or a corporation that is a mandatary of the State, unless the immovable belongs to the Société immobilière du Québec, the property taxes to which that immovable would be subject without that exemption are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
Where an immovable contemplated in another paragraph of section 204, except paragraph 10, is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, it becomes taxable and the property taxes to which it is subject are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
The immovable is entered in the name of the person who must pay the property tax.
Where the value of a part of an immovable referred to in any of paragraphs 1.2 and 13 to 17 of section 204 that is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or, as the case may be, the total value of the aggregate of those parts is less than the lesser of $50 000 and the amount equal to 10 % of the value of the immovable, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply, notwithstanding section 2, to such a part.
Where the value of an immovable referred to in paragraph 3 of section 204 and occupied by a person other than a person mentioned in that section is less than $50,000, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply to that immovable. The same applies, notwithstanding section 2, where the value of the part so occupied of an immovable referred to in that paragraph is less than that amount.
For the purposes of the first three paragraphs, a person residing in a dwelling is not deemed to be the lessee of the dwelling or to occupy it and the person who administers the dwelling but does not reside in it is deemed to occupy it.
Notwithstanding the first or second paragraph, where recognition has been granted under the second paragraph of section 243.3 and is in force in respect of the immovable, the recognized lessee or occupant is exempt from the payment of property taxes.
1979, c. 72, s. 208; 1980, c. 34, s. 30; 1982, c. 63, s. 215; 1986, c. 34, s. 14; 1988, c. 76, s. 59; 1994, c. 30, s. 62; 1996, c. 67, s. 50; 1999, c. 40, s. 133; 2000, c. 54, s. 63; 2001, c. 68, s. 60.
208. Where an immovable that is not taxable under paragraph 1 or 1.1 of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or a corporation that is a mandatary of the State, the property taxes to which that immovable would be subject without that exemption are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
Where an immovable contemplated in another paragraph of section 204, except paragraph 10, is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, it becomes taxable and the property taxes to which it is subject are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
The immovable is entered in the name of the person who must pay the property tax.
Where the value of a part of an immovable referred to in any of paragraphs 1.2 and 13 to 17 of section 204 that is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or, as the case may be, the total value of the aggregate of those parts is less than the lesser of $50 000 and the amount equal to 10 % of the value of the immovable, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply, notwithstanding section 2, to such a part.
Where the value of an immovable referred to in paragraph 3 of section 204 and occupied by a person other than a person mentioned in that section is less than $50,000, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply to that immovable. The same applies, notwithstanding section 2, where the value of the part so occupied of an immovable referred to in that paragraph is less than that amount.
For the purposes of the first three paragraphs, a person residing in a dwelling is not deemed to be the lessee of the dwelling or to occupy it and the person who administers the dwelling but does not reside in it is deemed to occupy it.
Notwithstanding the first or second paragraph, where recognition has been granted under the second paragraph of section 243.3 and is in force in respect of the immovable, the recognized lessee or occupant is exempt from the payment of property taxes.
1979, c. 72, s. 208; 1980, c. 34, s. 30; 1982, c. 63, s. 215; 1986, c. 34, s. 14; 1988, c. 76, s. 59; 1994, c. 30, s. 62; 1996, c. 67, s. 50; 1999, c. 40, s. 133; 2000, c. 54, s. 63.
208. Where an immoveable that is not taxable under paragraph 1 or 1.1 of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or a corporation that is a mandatary of the State, the property taxes to which that immoveable would be subject without that exemption are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
Where an immoveable contemplated in another paragraph of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, it becomes taxable and the property taxes to which it is subject are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
The immoveable is entered in the name of the person who must pay the property tax.
Where the value of a part of an immovable referred to in any of paragraphs 1.2 and 13 to 17 of section 204 that is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or, as the case may be, the total value of the aggregate of those parts is less than the lesser of $50 000 and the amount equal to 10 % of the value of the immovable, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply, notwithstanding section 2, to such a part.
Where the value of an immovable referred to in paragraph 3 of section 204 and occupied by a person other than a person mentioned in that section is less than $50,000, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply to that immovable. The same applies, notwithstanding section 2, where the value of the part so occupied of an immovable referred to in that paragraph is less than that amount.
For the purposes of the first three paragraphs, a person residing in a dwelling is not deemed to be the lessee of the dwelling or to occupy it and the person who administers the dwelling but does not reside in it is deemed to occupy it.
1979, c. 72, s. 208; 1980, c. 34, s. 30; 1982, c. 63, s. 215; 1986, c. 34, s. 14; 1988, c. 76, s. 59; 1994, c. 30, s. 62; 1996, c. 67, s. 50; 1999, c. 40, s. 133.
208. Where an immoveable that is not taxable under paragraph 1 or 1.1 of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or a corporation that is a mandatary of the Crown in right of Québec, the real estate taxes to which that immoveable would be subject without that exemption are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
Where an immoveable contemplated in another paragraph of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, it becomes taxable and the real estate taxes to which it is subject are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
The immoveable is entered in the name of the person who must pay the real estate tax.
Where the value of a part of an immovable referred to in any of paragraphs 1.2 and 13 to 17 of section 204 that is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or, as the case may be, the total value of the aggregate of those parts is less than the lesser of $50 000 and the amount equal to 10 % of the value of the immovable, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply, notwithstanding section 2, to such a part.
Where the value of an immovable referred to in paragraph 3 of section 204 and occupied by a person other than a person mentioned in that section is less than $50,000, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply to that immovable. The same applies, notwithstanding section 2, where the value of the part so occupied of an immovable referred to in that paragraph is less than that amount.
For the purposes of the first three paragraphs, a person residing in a dwelling is not deemed to be the lessee of the dwelling or to occupy it and the person who administers the dwelling but does not reside in it is deemed to occupy it.
1979, c. 72, s. 208; 1980, c. 34, s. 30; 1982, c. 63, s. 215; 1986, c. 34, s. 14; 1988, c. 76, s. 59; 1994, c. 30, s. 62; 1996, c. 67, s. 50.
208. Where an immoveable that is not taxable under paragraph 1 or 1.1 of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or a corporation that is a mandatary of the Crown in right of Québec, the real estate taxes to which that immoveable would be subject without that exemption are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
Where an immoveable contemplated in another paragraph of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, it becomes taxable and the real estate taxes to which it is subject are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
The immoveable is entered in the name of the person who must pay the real estate tax.
Where the value of a part of an immovable referred to in any of paragraphs 1.2 and 13 to 17 of section 204 that is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or, as the case may be, the total value of the aggregate of those parts is less than the lesser of $50 000 and the amount equal to 10 % of the value of the immovable, the second and third paragraphs of this section do not apply, notwithstanding section 2, to such a part.
For the purposes of the first three paragraphs, a person residing in a dwelling is not deemed to be the lessee of the dwelling or to occupy it and the person who administers the dwelling but does not reside in it is deemed to occupy it.
1979, c. 72, s. 208; 1980, c. 34, s. 30; 1982, c. 63, s. 215; 1986, c. 34, s. 14; 1988, c. 76, s. 59; 1994, c. 30, s. 62.
208. Where an immoveable that is not taxable under paragraph 1 or 1.1 of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or a corporation that is a mandatary of the Crown in right of Québec, the real estate taxes to which that immoveable would be subject without that exemption are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
Where an immoveable contemplated in another paragraph of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, it becomes taxable and the real estate taxes to which it is subject are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
The immoveable is entered in the name of the person who must pay the real estate tax.
The second and third paragraphs do not apply to an immovable described in any of paragraphs 1.2 and 13 to 17 of section 204.
For the purposes of this section, the word person includes the Crown, a body or an institution without juridical personality.
1979, c. 72, s. 208; 1980, c. 34, s. 30; 1982, c. 63, s. 215; 1986, c. 34, s. 14; 1988, c. 76, s. 59.
208. Where an immoveable that is not taxable under paragraph 1 or 1.1 of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section or a corporation that is a mandatary of the Crown in right of Québec, the real estate taxes to which that immoveable would be subject without that exemption are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
Where an immoveable contemplated in another paragraph of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, it becomes taxable and the real estate taxes to which it is subject are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
The immoveable is entered in the name of the person who must pay the real estate tax.
For the purposes of this section, the word person includes the Crown, a body or an institution without juridical personality.
1979, c. 72, s. 208; 1980, c. 34, s. 30; 1982, c. 63, s. 215; 1986, c. 34, s. 14.
208. Where an immoveable that is not taxable under paragraph 1 or 1.1 of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, the real estate taxes to which that immoveable would be subject without that exemption are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
Where an immoveable contemplated in another paragraph of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, it becomes taxable and the real estate taxes to which it is subject are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
The immoveable is entered in the name of the person who must pay the real estate tax.
For the purposes of this section, the word person includes the Crown, a body or an institution without juridical personality.
1979, c. 72, s. 208; 1980, c. 34, s. 30; 1982, c. 63, s. 215.
208. Where an immoveable that is not taxable under paragraph 1 or 1.1 of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, the real estate taxes to which that immoveable would be subject without that exemption are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
Where an immoveable contemplated in another paragraph of section 204 is occupied by a person other than a person referred to in that section, it becomes taxable and the real estate taxes to which it is subject are levied on the lessee or, if there is no lessee, on the occupant, and are payable by the lessee or occupant.
The immoveable is entered in the name of the person who must pay the real estate tax.
1979, c. 72, s. 208; 1980, c. 34, s. 30.
208. An immoveable contemplated in section 204 is taxable if it is occupied by a person other than those contemplated in that section.
In the case provided for in the first paragraph, the immoveable must be entered in the name of the lessee or, if there is no lessee, in the name of the occupant.
1979, c. 72, s. 208.