146.1. Where persons other than property owners may vote under this act or any other general law or special act otherwise than at an election, the clerk must bring up to date and deposit the last electoral list in force, or the part of that list necessary for the polling, within five days after the passing of the resolution or the presentation of the notice of motion of the by-law on which the exercise of this right to vote is founded.
In the case of an annexation, the clerk of the city or town where the territory which it is proposed to annex is located shall bring up to date that list or part thereof, as the case may be, and deposit it within five days after receiving the by-law ordering the annexation; he must immediately send a copy of the list to the clerk of the annexing municipality.
In the case of a regroupment, the clerk of each municipality contemplated in the amalgamation project shall bring up to date and deposit that list within five days after the publication of the notice provided for in section 6 or, if necessary, within five days after the order of the Minister of Municipal Affairs provided for in section 12 of the Act to promote the regrouping of municipalities (chapter R-19).
The electoral list or part thereof, as the case may be, shall be revised within eight days after it has been deposited.
Sections 129 and 132 to 145 apply, mutatismutandis, to the revision of the electoral list or part thereof.