32. Ninety days after the date the notice of intent required in section 30 is sent, the Minister may sign a notice of classification containing the description of the heritage property concerned and, in the case of an immovable or site, its category, and stating the reasons for the classification and, if applicable, for the choice of its category.
The registrar then enters the classified heritage property in the cultural heritage register.
The notice of intent given by the Minister under section 30 is without effect if the notice of classification, along with a list of the elements that characterize the heritage property, is not sent to the owner or custodian of the property within a period of one year after the date the notice of intent is sent or within two years after that date if the period was extended.
2011, c. 21, s. 32; 2021, c. 102021, c. 10, s. 131.