D-8.0.1 - James Bay Region Development Act

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38.5. (Repealed).
2001, c. 61, s. 6; 2013, c. 19, s. 61.
38.5. Every part of the territory of the municipality determined by the council shall constitute a locality and bear the name designated by the council.
Where a locality is so constituted, the council may establish a local council consisting of not more than five members elected for four years, at the time prescribed by the council and in accordance with the Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities (chapter E-2.2), and to which the council may, by by-law, on such conditions as it determines, delegate all or any part of its powers respecting the locality.
Every natural person who would be qualified to vote at a referendum if the date of reference, within the meaning of the Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities, were that of the poll, is eligible for the office of member of the local council and is entitled to vote at the election of its members.
2001, c. 61, s. 6.