E-2.2, r. 2 - Regulation respecting the tariff of remuneration payable for municipal elections and referendums

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31. The treasurer referred to in section 30 is entitled, for all the other duties he carries out at an election, to remuneration equal to the sum obtained by multiplying the number of candidates in that election by the following amounts:
(1)  $13 for each authorized independent candidate;
(2)  $6 for each candidate of an authorized party.
M.O. 88-10-13, s. 31; M.O. 2005-10-06, s. 23; M.O. 2008-07-17, s. 24.
31. The treasurer referred to in section 30 is entitled, for all the other duties he carries out at an election, to remuneration equal to the sum obtained by multiplying the number of candidates in that election by the following amounts:
(1)  $13 for each authorized independent candidate;
(2)  $6 for each candidate of an authorized party.
M.O. 88-10-13, s. 31; M.O. 2005-10-06, s. 23; M.O. 2008-07-17, s. 24.
31. The treasurer referred to in section 30 is entitled, for all the other duties he carries out at an election, to remuneration equal to the sum obtained by multiplying the number of candidates in that election by the following amounts:
(1)  $13 for each authorized independent candidate;
(2)  $6 for each candidate of an authorized party.
M.O. 88-10-13, s. 31; M.O. 2005-10-06, s. 23; M.O. 2008-07-17, s. 24.
31. The treasurer referred to in section 30 is entitled, for all the other duties he carries out at an election, to remuneration equal to the sum obtained by multiplying the number of candidates in that election by the following amounts:
(1)  $13 for each authorized independent candidate;
(2)  $6 for each candidate of an authorized party.
M.O. 88-10-13, s. 31; M.O. 2005-10-06, s. 23; M.O. 2008-07-17, s. 24.
31. The treasurer referred to in section 30 is entitled, for all the other duties he carries out at an election, to remuneration equal to the sum obtained by multiplying the number of candidates in that election by the following amounts:
(1)  $13 for each authorized independent candidate;
(2)  $6 for each candidate of an authorized party.
M.O. 88-10-13, s. 31; M.O. 2005-10-06, s. 23; M.O. 2008-07-17, s. 24.
31. The treasurer referred to in section 30 is entitled, for all the other duties he carries out at an election, to remuneration equal to the sum obtained by multiplying the number of candidates in that election by the following amounts:
(1)  $13 for each authorized independent candidate;
(2)  $6 for each candidate of an authorized party.
M.O. 88-10-13, s. 31; M.O. 2005-10-06, s. 23; M.O. 2008-07-17, s. 24.