P-44 - Roadside Advertising Act

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1. This Act applies to any advertising sign displayed along highways maintained by the Minister of Transport pursuant to the Act respecting roads (chapter V-9), and in or near rest areas and lookouts along them, but not to:
(1)  road and traffic signs and other notices intended for the public erected pursuant to the Highway Safety Code (chapter C-24.2) or erected by a municipality on its territory or by a school board;
(2)  signs erected by a public utility to warn of danger or mark the site of its services;
(3)  inscriptions on the site of a house of worship or of a cemetery.
For the purposes of this Act, any notice intended for the public is considered to be advertising.
1988, c. 14, s. 1; 1992, c. 54, s. 74; 1999, c. 40, s. 238.
1. This Act applies to any advertising sign displayed along highways maintained by the Minister of Transport pursuant to the Act respecting roads (chapter V-9), and in or near rest areas and lookouts along them, but not to:
(1)  road and traffic signs and other notices intended for the public erected pursuant to the Highway Safety Code (chapter C-24.2) or erected by a municipality on its territory or by a school board;
(2)  signs erected by a public utility to warn of danger or mark the site of its services;
(3)  inscriptions on the site of a house of worship or of a cemetery.
For the purposes of this Act, any notice intended for the public is deemed to be advertising.
1988, c. 14, s. 1; 1992, c. 54, s. 74.
1. This Act applies to any advertising sign displayed along highways maintained by the Minister of Transport pursuant to the Roads Act (chapter V-8), and in or near rest areas and lookouts along them, but not to
(1)  road and traffic signs and other notices intended for the public erected pursuant to the Highway Safety Code (chapter C-24.2) or erected by a municipality on its territory or by a school board;
(2)  signs erected by a public utility to warn of danger or mark the site of its services;
(3)  inscriptions on the site of a house of worship or of a cemetery.
For the purposes of this Act, any notice intended for the public is deemed to be advertising.
1988, c. 14, s. 1.