M-22.1 - Act respecting the Ministère des Affaires municipales, des Régions et de l’Occupation du territoire

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15. A person designated in writing by the Minister to conduct a verification may, in order to ascertain that the Acts under the responsibility of the Minister are being properly enforced,
(1)  enter the office of a municipal body at any reasonable time;
(2)  examine and make a copy of any document relating to the affairs of the municipal body; and
(3)  require from any public servant, employee or member of the council of the municipal body, any information or document relating to the application of the Acts under the responsibility of the Minister.
A person having custody, possession or control of such documents must, on request, make them available to the person designated by the Minister.
The designation contemplated in the first paragraph may be in respect of all municipal bodies or envisage only one or a certain group of them. It may be valid for a specified period or until revoked.
A designated person who conducts a verification shall make a report to the Minister.
1984, c. 40, s. 15; 1986, c. 95, s. 188; 2010, c. 1, s. 49.
15. Any public servant of the department designated in writing by the Minister may visit, at any reasonable time, the office of a municipality to ascertain that the Acts under the administration of the Minister are being properly enforced.
The designation contemplated in the first paragraph may be in respect of all municipalities or envisage only one or a certain group of them. It may be valid for a specified period or until revoked.
Any public servant who makes the visit described in the first paragraph shall make a report to the Minister.
1984, c. 40, s. 15; 1986, c. 95, s. 188.
15. Any public servant of the department designated in writing by the Minister may visit the office of a municipality to ascertain that the Acts under the administration of the Minister are being properly enforced.
The designation contemplated in the first paragraph may be in respect of all municipalities or envisage only one or a certain group of them. It may be valid for a specified period or until revoked.
Any public servant who makes the visit described in the first paragraph shall make a report to the Minister.
1984, c. 40, s. 15.