C-61.01 - Natural Heritage Conservation Act

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24. Any decision made by the Minister under section 19, 22.0.2 or 22.1 may be contested by the person concerned before the Administrative Tribunal of Québec.
The proceeding against such a decision must be brought within 30 days of the decision. The proceeding does not suspend the execution of the Minister’s decision, unless, on a motion heard and judged by preference, a member of the Tribunal orders otherwise by reason of urgency or of the risk of serious and irreparable harm or damage. If the Tribunal issues such an order, the proceeding is heard and judged by preference.
2002, c. 74, s. 24; 2004, c. 24, s. 1; 2017, c. 142017, c. 14, s. 23; 2021, c. 12021, c. 1, s. 31.
24. Every decision made by the Minister under this division and every decision to subject human intervention to an authorization under section 19 may be contested by the person concerned before the Administrative Tribunal of Québec.
The proceeding in respect of such decisions must be brought within 30 days following the Minister’s decision on the application for authorization.
2002, c. 74, s. 24; 2004, c. 24, s. 1; 2017, c. 142017, c. 14, s. 23.
24. Every decision made by the Minister on an application for authorization and every decision to subject human intervention to an authorization under section 19 may be contested by the person concerned before the Administrative Tribunal of Québec.
The proceeding in respect of such decisions must be brought within 30 days following the Minister’s decision on the application for authorization.
2002, c. 74, s. 24; 2004, c. 24, s. 1.
24. Every decision made by the Minister on an application for authorization and every decision to subject human intervention to an authorization under section 19 may be contested by the person concerned before the Administrative Tribunal of Québec.
The proceeding in respect of such decisions must be brought within 30 days of the Minister’s decision.
2002, c. 74, s. 24.