I-13.3 - Education Act

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134. (Repealed).
1988, c. 84, s. 134; 1990, c. 78, s. 7; 1997, c. 47, s. 4.
134. The Act respecting school elections (chapter E-2.3) applies to the election of the first commissioners of the dissentient school board.
Between 1 January and 1 March of the year following the year of service of the notice of dissent, the provisional council shall divide the territory of the dissentient school board into electoral divisions in accordance with the rules provided in the Act respecting school elections. The date of the poll shall be the second Sunday of the following month of June.
The first commissioners shall take office on the following 1 July and shall exercise alone the functions and powers of the council of commissioners until representatives of the parents’ committee and, where applicable, of the parents of the minority of students referred to in section 146 are elected. The first commissioners shall remain in office until the date fixed for the next general election.
1988, c. 84, s. 134; 1990, c. 78, s. 7.
134. Upon the proclamation of their election, the first commissioners shall take the preliminary measures required for the operation of the dissentient school board from 1 July in the year following the year of their election or appointment, or from the year fixed by the Minister upon the application of the council of commissioners; they shall also take any measure required for the organization of the school year beginning on the same day.
For such purpose, the first commissioners and the school board on which the notice of dissent has been served shall apportion the latter’s rights and obligations between the school board and the dissentient school board.
The Minister shall rule on any dispute among the school boards concerned except disputes respecting the transfer and reassignment of employees who are members of a certified association within the meaning of the Labour Code (chapter C-27) or employees for whom a regulation of the Government made under section 451 provides a special recourse. The Minister shall ensure that his decision does not deprive the dissentient school board of the property necessary for its operation.
Section 121 applies to the transfer of ownership of immovables.
Not in force
In the case described in section 131, each school board on which the notice of dissent has been served shall take part in the apportionment.
1988, c. 84, s. 134.