209.20. A private intervenor who is an elector must defray the cost of any expense out of his own funds.
A private intervenor that is a group of electors must defray the cost of any election expense out of the funds of the members of the group who are electors.
A private intervenor must pay any expense by cheque or order of payment drawn on the private intervenor’s account in a bank, authorized trust company or financial services cooperative having an office in Québec. The cheque or order of payment must be signed by the private intervenor if the private intervenor is an elector, or by the representative if the private intervenor is a group of electors.
2002, c. 10, s. 80; 2018, c. 23, s. 7601.