P-9.002 - Cultural Heritage Act

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139. In addition, no person may perform any of the acts mentioned in sections 137 and 138 without giving at least 45 days’ notice to the local municipality. If a municipal permit is required, the application for the permit stands in lieu of notice.
If the act concerns a heritage property recognized by the council of a regional county municipality, the clerk or the secretary-treasurer of the local municipality must send a copy of the notice to the secretary-treasurer of the regional county municipality as soon as possible, to the extent that the act complies with the by-laws of the local municipality.
Before imposing conditions, the council of the municipality that adopted the heritage recognition by-law must obtain the opinion of the local heritage council.
In the case of a heritage property recognized by the council of a regional county municipality, the secretary-treasurer of the regional county municipality must send a copy of the resolution setting out the conditions to the local municipality.
A copy of the resolution setting out the conditions must accompany a municipal permit otherwise issued that authorizes the act involved.
2011, c. 21, s. 139; 2021, c. 102021, c. 10, s. 51.
139. In addition, no person may perform any of the acts mentioned in sections 137 and 138 without giving at least 45 days’ notice to the municipality. If a municipal permit is required, the application for the permit stands in lieu of notice.
Before imposing conditions, the council of the municipality must obtain the opinion of the local heritage council.
A copy of the resolution setting out the conditions must accompany a municipal permit otherwise issued that authorizes the act involved.
2011, c. 21, s. 139.