T-16 - Courts of Justice Act

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32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  for the district of Montréal, with residence in the territory of Ville de Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 101 judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Gatineau, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Gatineau, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the territory of Ville de Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
(1.1)  for the district of Longueuil, with residence in the territory of Ville de Longueuil or in its vicinity, one judge;
(2)  for the district of Québec, with residence in the territory of Ville de Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 30 judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Charlevoix and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  for districts of Mégantic and Saint-François, with residence in the territory of Ville de Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  for the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the territory of Ville de Trois-Rivières or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(5)  for the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(6)  for the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, four judges, including two with residence at Sherbrooke or in the vicinity and two with residence at Cowansville or in the vicinity;
(7)  for the districts of Gatineau, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Gatineau or in its immediate vicinity, five judges;
(7.1)  for the district of Alma, with residence in Alma or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(8)  for the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(9)  for the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(10)  for the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(11)  for the districts of Baie-Comeau and Mingan, with residence at Sept-Iles or in its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82; 1984, c. 26, s. 38; 1984, c. 46, s. 34; 1985, c. 29, s. 32; 1986, c. 95, s. 332; 1987, c. 50, s. 3; 1988, c. 21, s. 18; 1989, c. 45, s. 4; 1991, c. 70, s. 3; 1996, c. 2, s. 978; 2001, c. 8, s. 2; 2009, c. 8, s. 2; 2012, c. 4, s. 2; 2013, c. 29, s. 4; 2016, c. 332016, c. 33, s. 4.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  for the district of Montréal, with residence in the territory of Ville de Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 96 judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Gatineau, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Gatineau, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the territory of Ville de Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
(1.1)  for the district of Longueuil, with residence in the territory of Ville de Longueuil or in its vicinity, one judge;
(2)  for the district of Québec, with residence in the territory of Ville de Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 30 judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Charlevoix and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  for districts of Mégantic and Saint-François, with residence in the territory of Ville de Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  for the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the territory of Ville de Trois-Rivières or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(5)  for the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(6)  for the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, four judges, including two with residence at Sherbrooke or in the vicinity and two with residence at Cowansville or in the vicinity;
(7)  for the districts of Gatineau, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Gatineau or in its immediate vicinity, five judges;
(7.1)  for the district of Alma, with residence in Alma or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(8)  for the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(9)  for the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(10)  for the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(11)  for the districts of Baie-Comeau and Mingan, with residence at Sept-Iles or in its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82; 1984, c. 26, s. 38; 1984, c. 46, s. 34; 1985, c. 29, s. 32; 1986, c. 95, s. 332; 1987, c. 50, s. 3; 1988, c. 21, s. 18; 1989, c. 45, s. 4; 1991, c. 70, s. 3; 1996, c. 2, s. 978; 2001, c. 8, s. 2; 2009, c. 8, s. 2; 2012, c. 4, s. 2; 2013, c. 29, s. 4.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  for the district of Montréal, with residence in the territory of Ville de Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 96 judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the territory of Ville de Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
(1.1)  for the district of Longueuil, with residence in the territory of Ville de Longueuil or in its vicinity, one judge;
(2)  for the district of Québec, with residence in the territory of Ville de Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 30 judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Charlevoix and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  for districts of Mégantic and Saint-François, with residence in the territory of Ville de Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  for the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the territory of Ville de Trois-Rivières or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(5)  for the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(6)  for the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, four judges, including two with residence at Sherbrooke or in the vicinity and two with residence at Cowansville or in the vicinity;
(7)  for the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull or in its immediate vicinity, five judges;
(7.1)  for the district of Alma, with residence in Alma or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(8)  for the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(9)  for the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(10)  for the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(11)  for the districts of Baie-Comeau and Mingan, with residence at Sept-Iles or in its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82; 1984, c. 26, s. 38; 1984, c. 46, s. 34; 1985, c. 29, s. 32; 1986, c. 95, s. 332; 1987, c. 50, s. 3; 1988, c. 21, s. 18; 1989, c. 45, s. 4; 1991, c. 70, s. 3; 1996, c. 2, s. 978; 2001, c. 8, s. 2; 2009, c. 8, s. 2; 2012, c. 4, s. 2.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  for the district of Montréal, with residence in the territory of Ville de Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 89 judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the territory of Ville de Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
(1.1)  for the district of Longueuil, with residence in the territory of Ville de Longueuil or in its vicinity, one judge;
(2)  for the district of Québec, with residence in the territory of Ville de Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 30 judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Charlevoix and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  for districts of Mégantic and Saint-François, with residence in the territory of Ville de Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  for the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the territory of Ville de Trois-Rivières or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(5)  for the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(6)  for the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, four judges, including two with residence at Sherbrooke or in the vicinity and two with residence at Cowansville or in the vicinity;
(7)  for the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull or in its immediate vicinity, five judges;
(7.1)  for the district of Alma, with residence in Alma or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(8)  for the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(9)  for the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(10)  for the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(11)  for the districts of Baie-Comeau and Mingan, with residence at Sept-Iles or in its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82; 1984, c. 26, s. 38; 1984, c. 46, s. 34; 1985, c. 29, s. 32; 1986, c. 95, s. 332; 1987, c. 50, s. 3; 1988, c. 21, s. 18; 1989, c. 45, s. 4; 1991, c. 70, s. 3; 1996, c. 2, s. 978; 2001, c. 8, s. 2; 2009, c. 8, s. 2.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  for the district of Montréal, with residence in the territory of Ville de Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 89 judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the territory of Ville de Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
(1.1)  for the district of Longueuil, with residence in the territory of Ville de Longueuil or in its vicinity, one judge;
(2)  for the district of Québec, with residence in the territory of Ville de Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 30 judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Charlevoix and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  for districts of Mégantic and Saint-François, with residence in the territory of Ville de Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  for the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the territory of Ville de Trois-Rivières or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(5)  for the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(6)  for the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, three judges, including two with residence at Sherbrooke or in the vicinity and one with residence at Cowansville or in the vicinity;
(7)  for the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull or in its immediate vicinity, five judges;
(7.1)  for the district of Alma, with residence in Alma or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(8)  for the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(9)  for the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(10)  for the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(11)  for the districts of Baie-Comeau and Mingan, with residence at Sept-Iles or in its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82; 1984, c. 26, s. 38; 1984, c. 46, s. 34; 1985, c. 29, s. 32; 1986, c. 95, s. 332; 1987, c. 50, s. 3; 1988, c. 21, s. 18; 1989, c. 45, s. 4; 1991, c. 70, s. 3; 1996, c. 2, s. 978; 2001, c. 8, s. 2.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  For the district of Montréal, with residence in the territory of Ville de Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 89 judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the territory of Ville de Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
(1.1)  For the district of Longueuil, with residence in the territory of Ville de Longueuil or in its vicinity, one judge;
(2)  For the district of Québec, with residence in the territory of Ville de Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 30 judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Charlevoix and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  For districts of Mégantic and Saint-François, with residence in the territory of Ville de Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  For the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the territory of Ville de Trois-Rivières or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(5)  For the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(6)  For the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, three judges, including two with residence at Sherbrooke or in the vicinity and one with residence at Cowansville or in the vicinity;
(7)  For the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull or in its immediate vicinity, four judges;
(7.1)  For the district of Alma, with residence in Alma or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(8)  For the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(9)  For the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(10)  For the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(11)  For the districts of Baie-Comeau and Mingan, with residence at Sept-Iles or in its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82; 1984, c. 26, s. 38; 1984, c. 46, s. 34; 1985, c. 29, s. 32; 1986, c. 95, s. 332; 1987, c. 50, s. 3; 1988, c. 21, s. 18; 1989, c. 45, s. 4; 1991, c. 70, s. 3; 1996, c. 2, s. 978.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  For the district of Montréal, with residence in the city of Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 89 judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the City of Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
(1.1)  For the district of Longueuil, with residence in the city of Longueuil or in its vicinity, one judge;
(2)  For the district of Québec, with residence in the City of Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 30 judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Charlevoix and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  For districts of Mégantic and Saint-François, with residence in the city of Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  For the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the city of Trois-Rivières or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(5)  For the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(6)  For the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, three judges, including two with residence at Sherbrooke or in the vicinity and one with residence at Cowansville or in the vicinity;
(7)  For the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull or in its immediate vicinity, four judges;
(7.1)  For the district of Alma, with residence in Alma or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(8)  For the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(9)  For the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(10)  For the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(11)  For the districts of Baie-Comeau and Mingan, with residence at Sept-Iles or in its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82; 1984, c. 26, s. 38; 1984, c. 46, s. 34; 1985, c. 29, s. 32; 1986, c. 95, s. 332; 1987, c. 50, s. 3; 1988, c. 21, s. 18; 1989, c. 45, s. 4; 1991, c. 70, s. 3.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  For the district of Montréal, with residence in the city of Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 89 judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the City of Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
(1.1)  For the district of Longueuil, with residence in the city of Longueuil or in its vicinity, one judge;
(2)  For the district of Québec, with residence in the City of Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 31 judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Charlevoix, another of the district of Alma and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  For districts of Mégantic and Saint-François, with residence in the city of Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  For the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the city of Trois-Rivières or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(5)  For the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(6)  For the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, three judges, including two with residence at Sherbrooke or in the vicinity and one with residence at Cowansville or in the vicinity;
(7)  For the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull or in its immediate vicinity, four judges;
(8)  For the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, 3 judges;
(9)  For the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(10)  For the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(11)  For the districts of Baie-Comeau and Mingan, with residence at Sept-Iles or in its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82; 1984, c. 26, s. 38; 1984, c. 46, s. 34; 1985, c. 29, s. 32; 1986, c. 95, s. 332; 1987, c. 50, s. 3; 1988, c. 21, s. 18; 1989, c. 45, s. 4.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  For the district of Montréal, with residence in the city of Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 87 judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the City of Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
In force: 1989-06-14
(1.1)  For the district of Longueuil, with residence in the city of Longueuil or in its vicinity, one judge;
(2)  For the district of Québec, with residence in the City of Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 31 judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Charlevoix, another of the district of Alma and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  For districts of Mégantic and Saint-François, with residence in the city of Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  For the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the city of Trois-Rivières or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(5)  For the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(6)  For the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, three judges, including two with residence at Sherbrooke or in the vicinity and one with residence at Cowansville or in the vicinity;
(7)  For the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull or in its immediate vicinity, four judges;
(8)  For the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, two judges;
(9)  For the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(10)  For the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(11)  For the districts of Baie-Comeau and Mingan, with residence at Sept-Iles or in its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82; 1984, c. 26, s. 38; 1984, c. 46, s. 34; 1985, c. 29, s. 32; 1986, c. 95, s. 332; 1987, c. 50, s. 3; 1988, c. 21, s. 18.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  For the district of Montréal, with residence in the city of Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 87 judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the City of Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
In force: 1989-06-14
(1.1)  For the district of Longueuil, with residence in the city of Longueuil or in its vicinity, one judge;
(2)  For the district of Québec, with residence in the City of Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 31 judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Charlevoix, another of the district of Alma and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  For districts of Mégantic and Saint-François, with residence in the city of Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  For the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the city of Trois-Rivières or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(5)  For the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(6)  For the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, three judges, with residence at Sherbrooke, at Cowansville or in their vicinity;
(7)  For the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull or in its immediate vicinity, four judges;
(8)  For the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, two judges;
(9)  For the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(10)  For the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(11)  For the districts of Baie-Comeau and Mingan, with residence at Sept-Iles or in its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82; 1984, c. 26, s. 38; 1984, c. 46, s. 34; 1985, c. 29, s. 32; 1986, c. 95, s. 332; 1987, c. 50, s. 3; 1988, c. 21, s. 18.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  For the district of Montréal, with residence in the city of Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 85 judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the City of Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
In force: 1989-06-14
(1.1)  For the district of Longueuil, with residence in the city of Longueuil or in its vicinity, one judge;
(2)  For the district of Québec, with residence in the City of Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 30 judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Charlevoix, another of the district of Alma and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  For districts of Mégantic and Saint-François, with residence in the city of Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  For the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the city of Trois-Rivières or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(5)  For the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(6)  For the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, three judges, with residence at Sherbrooke, at Cowansville or in their vicinity;
(7)  For the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull or in its immediate vicinity, four judges;
(8)  For the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, two judges;
(9)  For the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(10)  For the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(11)  For the districts of Baie-Comeau and Mingan, with residence at Sept-Iles or in its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82; 1984, c. 26, s. 38; 1984, c. 46, s. 34; 1985, c. 29, s. 32; 1986, c. 95, s. 332; 1987, c. 50, s. 3.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  For the district of Montréal, with residence in the city of Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 82 judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the City of Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
(2)  For the district of Québec, with residence in the City of Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 29 judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Charlevoix, another of the district of Alma and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  For districts of Mégantic and Saint-François, with residence in the city of Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  For the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the city of Trois-Rivières or in its immediate vicinity, three judges;
(5)  For the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(6)  For the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, three judges, with residence at Sherbrooke, at Cowansville or in their vicinity;
(7)  For the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull or in its immediate vicinity, four judges;
(8)  For the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, two judges;
(9)  For the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup or in the immediate vicinity thereof, one judge;
(10)  For the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(11)  For the districts of Baie-Comeau and Mingan, with residence at Sept-Iles or in its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82; 1984, c. 26, s. 38; 1984, c. 46, s. 34; 1985, c. 29, s. 32; 1986, c. 95, s. 332.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  For the district of Montréal, with residence in the city of Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 82 judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the City of Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
(2)  For the district of Québec, with residence in the City of Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, 29 judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Charlevoix, another of the district of Alma and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  For districts of Mégantic and Saint-François, with residence in the city of Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  For the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the city of Trois-Rivières, three judges;
(5)  For the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn, three judges;
(6)  For the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, three judges, with residence at Sherbrooke, at Cowansville or in their vicinity;
(7)  For the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull, four judges;
(8)  For the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, two judges;
(9)  For the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup, one judge;
(10)  For the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(11)  For the districts of Baie-Comeau and Mingan, with residence at Sept-Iles or in its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82; 1984, c. 26, s. 38; 1984, c. 46, s. 34; 1985, c. 29, s. 32.
In subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph, the replacement of the word “Saguenay” by the word “Charlevoix” comes into force on 1 September 1985; 1985, c. 29, s. 50, par. 1.
In subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, the replacement of the words “district of Saint-François” by the words “districts of Mégantic and St-François” comes into force on 1 September 1985; 1985, c. 29, s. 50, par. 1.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  For the district of Montréal, with residence in the city of Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, seventy-nine judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the City of Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
(2)  For the district of Québec, with residence in the City of Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, twenty-eight judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Saguenay, another of the district of Alma and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  For the district of Saint-François, with residence in the city of Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  For the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the city of Trois-Rivières, three judges;
(5)  For the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn, three judges;
(6)  For the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, three judges, with residence at Sherbrooke, at Cowansville or in their vicinity;
(7)  For the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull, four judges;
(8)  For the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, two judges;
(9)  For the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup, one judge;
(10)  For the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82; 1984, c. 26, s. 38; 1984, c. 46, s. 34.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  For the district of Montréal, with residence in the city of Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, seventy-eight judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the City of Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
(2)  For the district of Québec, with residence in the City of Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, twenty-eight judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Saguenay, another of the district of Alma and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  For the district of Saint-François, with residence in the city of Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  For the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the city of Trois-Rivières, three judges;
(5)  For the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn, three judges;
(6)  For the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, three judges, with residence at Sherbrooke, at Cowansville or in their vicinity;
(7)  For the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull, four judges;
(8)  For the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, two judges;
(9)  For the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup, one judge;
(10)  For the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82; 1984, c. 26, s. 38.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  For the district of Montréal, with residence in the city of Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, seventy-one judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the City of Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
(2)  For the district of Québec, with residence in the City of Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, twenty-eight judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Saguenay, another of the district of Alma and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  For the district of Saint-François, with residence in the city of Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  For the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the city of Trois-Rivières, three judges;
(5)  For the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn, three judges;
(6)  For the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, three judges, with residence at Sherbrooke, at Cowansville or in their vicinity;
(7)  For the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull, four judges;
(8)  For the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, two judges;
(9)  For the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup, one judge;
(10)  For the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  For the district of Montréal, with residence in the city of Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, seventy-one judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the City of Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
(2)  For the district of Québec, with residence in the City of Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, twenty-eight judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Saguenay and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  For the district of Saint-François, with residence in the city of Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  For the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the city of Trois-Rivières, three judges;
(5)  For the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn, three judges;
(6)  For the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, three judges, with residence at Sherbrooke, at Cowansville or in their vicinity;
(7)  For the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull, four judges;
(8)  For the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, two judges;
(9)  For the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup, one judge;
(10)  For the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5; 1982, c. 58, s. 82.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  For the district of Montréal, with residence in the city of Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, sixty-six judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
The judges appointed for the district of Montréal shall also exercise their ordinary functions in the districts of Laval and Longueuil in accordance with the orders of the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The judges appointed with residence in the City of Montréal may also reside in the districts of Laval and Longueuil.
(2)  For the district of Québec, with residence in the City of Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, twenty-six judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Saguenay and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  For the district of Saint-François, with residence in the city of Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  For the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the city of Trois-Rivières, three judges;
(5)  For the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn, three judges;
(6)  For the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, two judges, with residence at Sherbrooke, at Cowansville or in their vicinity;
(7)  For the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull, four judges;
(8)  For the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(9)  For the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup, one judge;
(10)  For the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Government, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6; 1979, c. 15, s. 5.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  For the district of Montréal, with residence in the city of Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, sixty-six judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
(2)  For the district of Québec, with residence in the City of Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, twenty-six judges, one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Saguenay and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  For the district of Saint-François, with residence in the city of Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  For the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the city of Trois-Rivières, three judges;
(5)  For the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn, three judges;
(6)  For the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, two judges, with residence at Sherbrooke, at Cowansville or in their vicinity;
(7)  For the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull, four judges;
(8)  For the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(9)  For the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup, one judge;
(10)  For the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Gouvernement, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5; 1977, c. 17, s. 6.
32. The judges of the Superior Court shall be appointed for the several districts of Québec, as follows:
(1)  For the district of Montréal, with residence in the city of Montréal or in the immediate vicinity thereof, sixty-six judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the district of Terrebonne, another of the district of Beauharnois, another of the district of Richelieu, another of the district of Saint-Hyacinthe, another of the district of Pontiac, another of the district of Hull, another of the district of Labelle, who shall also exercise his ordinary functions in the district of Hull, another of the district of Bedford, another of the district of Iberville, and another of the district of Joliette;
(2)  For the district of Québec, with residence in the city of Québec or in the immediate vicinity thereof, twenty-five judges; one of whom shall have special charge of the districts of Gaspé and Bonaventure, another of the district of Beauce, another of the district of Montmagny, another of the district of Arthabaska, another of the district of Kamouraska, another of the district of Saguenay and another of the district of Roberval;
(3)  For the district of Saint-François, with residence in the city of Sherbrooke or in the immediate vicinity thereof, three judges;
(4)  For the district of Trois-Rivières, with residence in the city of Trois-Rivières, three judges;
(5)  For the districts of Abitibi, Rouyn-Noranda and Témiscamingue, with residence at Amos or at Rouyn, three judges;
(6)  For the districts of Saint-François and Bedford, two judges, with residence at Sherbrooke, at Cowansville or in their vicinity;
(7)  For the districts of Hull, Labelle and Pontiac, with residence at Hull, four judges;
(8)  For the district of Chicoutimi, with residence at Chicoutimi or in its immediate vicinity, one judge;
(9)  For the district of Rimouski, with residence, at the option of the judge, at Rimouski or Rivière-du-Loup, one judge;
(10)  For the district of Saint-Maurice, with residence at Shawinigan or its immediate vicinity, one judge.
Such judges must administer justice in turn in each of the other districts of Québec, as instructed by the Chief Justice, of the Senior Associate Chief Justice or the Associate Chief Justice, as the case may be.
The Gouvernement, upon the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and with the consent of the Chief Justice, may authorize a judge to reside at a place other than that provided for in this section.
R. S. 1964, c. 20, s. 27; 1966, c. 7, s. 3; 1966-67, c. 18, s. 3; 1968, c. 15, s. 2; 1970, c. 9, s. 1; 1971, c. 14, s. 2; 1971, c. 8, s. 6; 1973, c. 13, s. 7; 1974, c. 11, s. 14; 1975, c. 10, s. 4; 1976, c. 8, s. 3; 1977, c. 17, s. 5.