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13 (1) A municipality may provide a service in an area outside the municipality, but it must first obtain consent as follows:

  • (a) if the area is in another municipality, the council must obtain the consent of the council of the other municipality;
  • (b) if the area is not in another municipality and is not treaty lands, the council must obtain the consent of the regional district board for the area.
  • (2) In giving consent under subsection (1), the other local government may establish terms and conditions, including terms and conditions respecting
  • (a) limits on the service to be provided in its area, and
  • (b) the process for terminating provision of the service in its area.
  • (3) If consent is given as referred to in subsection (1), the municipal powers, duties and functions provided under this or any other Act in relation to the service may be exercised in the area referred to in that subsection, subject to any applicable terms and conditions established under subsection (2).

2003-26-13, effective January 1, 2004 (B.C. Reg. 423/2003); 2007-14-201, effective December 1, 2007 (B.C. Reg. 354/2007); 2007-36-48, effective April 3, 2009 (B.C. Reg. 55/2009).