94. The Corporation may, by by-law, prescribe standards of occupancy and maintenance which every residential building already built and situated outside a renewal zone must meet, so that the owner of such a building who restores it may receive the subsidy provided for in this section.
Every municipality may, by by-law, declare the Corporation’s standards applicable in its territory so that the owner of such a building may receive the subsidy provided for in this section. The by-law must be approved by the Corporation.
The Corporation may, with the authorization of the Government and on such conditions as it may determine, grant subsidies to the municipalities to contribute to the subsidies granted by the municipalities to the owners of residential buildings located outside a renewal zone which do not meet the standards prescribed by the Corporation, for restoring such buildings to make them comply with the standards.
Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of the Municipal Aid Prohibition Act (chapter I-15), any municipality which passes the by-law contemplated in the second paragraph may, jointly with the Corporation, exercise the power provided in the preceding paragraph.
1971, c. 57, s. 1; 1974, c. 49, s. 35.