T-11.001 - Act respecting the remuneration of elected municipal officers

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2. The council of a municipality shall, by by-law, fix the remuneration of its mayor or warden and of its other members.
The by-law may only be adopted if the vote of the mayor or warden is included in the two-thirds majority vote, in favour of the by-law, of the members of the council of the municipality.
The by-law may have retroactive effect from 1 January of the year in which it comes into force.
For the purposes of this Act,
(1)  mandatary body of the municipality means any body declared by law to be a mandatary or agent of the municipality and any body whose board of directors is composed in the majority of members of the council of the municipality and whose budget is adopted by the council of the municipality;
(2)  supramunicipal body means a supramunicipal body within the meaning of sections 18 and 19 of the Act respecting the Pension Plan of Elected Municipal Officers (chapter R-9.3).
1988, c. 30, s. 2; 1988, c. 85, s. 100; 1996, c. 27, s. 152; 2002, c. 37, s. 258; 2017, c. 132017, c. 13, s. 212.
2. The council of a municipality may, by by-law, fix the remuneration of its mayor or warden and of its other members.
Such remuneration may include, in addition to the basic remuneration, additional remuneration for any special position specified by the council among those listed in the third paragraph and held by one of its members within the municipality, or within a mandatary body of the municipality, other than a housing bureau, or within a supramunicipal body which pays no remuneration to its members. The by-law may prescribe under what conditions a member holding such a position is entitled to additional remuneration.
The special positions that may give rise to additional remuneration are
(1)  acting mayor;
(2)  acting warden;
(3)  chairman of the council;
(4)  chairman, vice-chairman, interim chairman and member and associate councillor of the executive committee;
(5)  chairman, vice-chairman and member of the administrative committee;
(6)  member of the board of delegates; and
(7)  chairman, vice-chairman and member of a commission or of any committee other than the executive or administrative committee.
In no case may the sum of the basic remuneration and any additional remuneration of a member of a council other than the mayor or warden be greater than 90% of the sum of the basic remuneration and any additional remuneration of the mayor or warden.
A by-law affecting the remuneration of the mayor or the warden may be adopted only if the vote of the mayor or warden in favour of the by-law is included in the majority of votes cast in its favour.
The by-law may have retroactive effect from 1 January of the year in which it comes into force.
For the purposes of this Act,
(1)  mandatary body of the municipality means any body declared by law to be a mandatary or agent of the municipality and any body the majority of the members of the board of directors of which are members of the council of the municipality and whose budget is adopted by the council of the municipality;
(2)  supramunicipal body means a supramunicipal body within the meaning of sections 18 and 19 of the Act respecting the Pension Plan of Elected Municipal Officers (chapter R-9.3).
1988, c. 30, s. 2; 1988, c. 85, s. 100; 1996, c. 27, s. 152; 2002, c. 37, s. 258.
2. The council of a municipality may, by by-law, fix the remuneration of its mayor or warden and of its other members.
Such remuneration may include, in addition to the basic remuneration, additional remuneration for any special position specified by the council among those listed in the third paragraph and held by one of its members within the municipality, or within a mandatary body of the municipality, other than a municipal housing bureau, or within a supramunicipal body which pays no remuneration to its members. The by-law may prescribe under what conditions a member holding such a position is entitled to additional remuneration.
The special positions that may give rise to additional remuneration are
(1)  acting mayor;
(2)  acting warden;
(3)  chairman of the council;
(4)  chairman, vice-chairman, interim chairman and member and associate councillor of the executive committee;
(5)  chairman, vice-chairman and member of the administrative committee;
(6)  member of the board of delegates; and
(7)  chairman, vice-chairman and member of a commission or of any committee other than the executive or administrative committee.
In no case may the sum of the basic remuneration and any additional remuneration of a member of a council other than the mayor or warden be greater than 90 % of the sum of the basic remuneration and any additional remuneration of the mayor or warden.
A by-law affecting the remuneration of the mayor or the warden may be adopted only if the vote of the mayor or warden in favour of the by-law is included in the majority of votes cast in its favour.
The by-law may have retroactive effect from 1 January of the year in which it comes into force.
For the purposes of this Act,
(1)  mandatary body of the municipality means any body declared by law to be a mandatary or agent of the municipality and any body the majority of the members of the board of directors of which are members of the council of the municipality and whose budget is adopted by the council of the municipality;
(2)  supramunicipal body means a supramunicipal body within the meaning of sections 18 and 19 of the Act respecting the Pension Plan of Elected Municipal Officers (chapter R-9.3).
1988, c. 30, s. 2; 1988, c. 85, s. 100; 1996, c. 27, s. 152.
2. The council of a municipality may, by by-law, fix the remuneration of its mayor and that of its councillors.
Such remuneration may include, in addition to the basic remuneration, additional remuneration for any special duty among those listed in the third paragraph, specified by the council, that is performed by one of its members within the municipality, or within a mandatary body of the municipality, other than a municipal housing bureau, or within a supramunicipal body which pays no remuneration to its members. The by-law may prescribe under what conditions a member performing such a duty is entitled to additional remuneration.
The special duties which may occasion additional remuneration are that of acting mayor, that of chairman of the council, those of chairman, vice-chairman, interim chairman and member of the executive committee and councillor associated therewith, those of chairman and vice-chairman of a permanent committee and that of chairman of any other commission or committee.
In no case the basic remuneration of a councillor be greater than one-third of that of the mayor. In no case may the sum of the basic remuneration and any additional remuneration of a councillor exceed 90 % of the sum of the basic remuneration and any additional remuneration of the mayor.
The by-law may have retroactive effect from 1 January of the year in which it comes into force.
For the purposes of this Act,
(1)  mandatary body of the municipality means any body declared by law to be a mandatary or agent of the municipality and any body the majority of the members of the board of directors of which are members of the council of the municipality and whose budget is adopted by the council of the municipality;
(2)  supramunicipal body means a supramunicipal body within the meaning of sections 18 and 19 of the Act respecting the Pension Plan of Elected Municipal Officers (chapter R-9.3).
1988, c. 30, s. 2; 1988, c. 85, s. 100.
2. The council of a municipality may, by by-law, fix the remuneration of its mayor and that of its councillors.
Such remuneration may include, in addition to the basic remuneration, additional remuneration for any special duty among those listed in the third paragraph, specified by the council, that is performed by one of its members within the municipality, or within a mandatary body of the municipality, other than a municipal housing bureau, or within a supramunicipal body which pays no remuneration to its members. The by-law may prescribe under what conditions a member performing such a duty is entitled to additional remuneration.
The special duties which may occasion additional remuneration are that of acting mayor, that of chairman of the council, those of chairman, vice-chairman, interim chairman and member of the executive committee and councillor associated therewith, those of chairman and vice-chairman of a permanent committee and that of chairman of any other commission or committee.
In no case the basic remuneration of a councillor be greater than one-third of that of the mayor. In no case may the sum of the basic remuneration and any additional remuneration of a councillor exceed 90 % of the sum of the basic remuneration and any additional remuneration of the mayor.
The by-law may have retroactive effect from 1 January of the year in which it comes into force.
For the purposes of this Act,
(1)  mandatary body of the municipality means any body declared by law to be a mandatary or agent of the municipality and any body the majority of the members of the board of directors of which are members of the council of the municipality and whose budget is adopted by the council of the municipality;
(2)  supramunicipal body means a supramunicipal body within the meaning of Division VIII.1 of the Act respecting retirement plans for the mayors and councillors of municipalities (chapter R-16).
1988, c. 30, s. 2.