12.1. The clerk or the secretary-treasurer shall establish, in a document, the number of electors for the purposes of the division of the territory into electoral districts.
The document shall indicate, for each residential address in the territory of the municipality, the number of persons whose names are entered on the permanent list of electors on the date on which the chief electoral officer receives a written request for such information from the clerk or the secretary-treasurer. For that purpose, the last three paragraphs of section 100 apply, with the necessary modifications.
The document shall also indicate, for the address of each immovable or business establishment in the territory of the municipality, the number of persons whose names are entered on the list of electors of the municipality as owners of the immovable or occupants of the establishment rather than as domiciled persons.
The request referred to in the second paragraph may not be made before 1 January of the calendar year preceding the year in which the general election for which the division is required is to be held.