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In This Volume

  1. 2 Interpretation [§63.3]

  2. 2.1 Application of specified municipal enactments [§63.4]

  3. 6 The city a corporation [§63.5]

  4. Part III—The Council and its General Powers

  5. 190 Council may acquire property [§63.6]

  6. 193 Power to undertake housing development [§63.7]

  7. 193A Power to acquire property for commercial or industrial development [§63.8]

  8. 193B Power to acquire property for improvement or rehabilitation [§63.9]

  9. 193C Power to achieve heritage purposes [§63.10]

  10. Part VIII—Public Works

  11. 289 Streets and parks vested in city [§63.11]

  12. 291 Provision of Council for [§63.12]

  13. 291A Access to property and right to purchase [§63.13]

  14. 291B Appeal against decision of Registrar [§63.14]

  15. 292 Subdivision control [§63.15]

  16. 293 Appeal and procedure [§63.16]

  17. 300 Powers of Council (with respect to water) [§63.17]

  18. 302 Powers of Council (with respect to sewers and drains) [§63.18]

  19. Part XVII—Penalties

  20. 336D Note on title about building that is unsafe or contravenes by-law [§63.19]

  21. Part XX—Real-Property Taxation

  22. Appeals From Real-Property Court of Revision

  23. 395A Assessment for golf courses [§63.20]

  24. Taxation of Real Property

  25. 396 Liability to taxation [§63.21]

  26. 396A Exemptions for heritage properties [§63.22]

  27. 396B Repayment requirement in relation to heritage exemptions [§63.23]

  28. 396E Revitalization tax exemptions [§63.24]

  29. 396F Exemptions for not for profit property [§63.25]

  30. 397 Extent of exemption [§63.26]

  31. Collection of Real-Property Taxes

  32. 409 Special charges that are to be collected as real-property taxes [§63.27]

  33. 409.1 Appeal against special charge [§63.28]

  34. 410 Taxes deemed due at beginning of year [§63.29]

  35. 411 When delinquent [§63.30]

  36. 413A Taxes to be first charge against lands [§63.31]

  37. 414 Constitute special lien [§63.32]

  38. Sale of Real Property for Delinquent Taxes Thereon

  39. 431 Certificate of purchase [§63.33]

  40. 432 Its contents [§63.34]

  41. 433 Copy of sections included [§63.35]

  42. 434 Mode of transfer [§63.36]

  43. 436 Status of parcel so sold [§63.37]

  44. 440 Purchaser to be registered [§63.38]

  45. 441 Forfeiture if he defaults [§63.39]

  46. 443 Status of former owner after sale [§63.40]

  47. 444 Status of sale set aside [§63.41]

  48. 445 Cancellation of sale for manifest error [§63.42]

  49. 446 Protection against actions [§63.43]

  50. 447 Notice vitiates claim [§63.44]

  51. 448 City may acquire possession of parcel sold [§63.45]

  52. 451 Mode of recovering parcel from defaulting owner [§63.46]

  53. Part XXIII—Park

  54. 488 Parks in care of Board [§63.47]

  55. Part XXVII—Planning and Development

  56. Zoning

  57. 565.2 Housing agreements for affordable and special needs housing [§63.48]

  58. 565.A Council may make by-laws [§63.49]

  59. Part XXVIII—Heritage Conservation

  60. Division (4)—Continuing Protection

  61. 595 Compensation for heritage designation [§63.50]

  62. 595A Transfer of increased density provided as compensation for heritage designation [§63.51]

  63. Division (6)—Notices Under This Part

  64. 601 Notice on land titles [§63.52]

  65. Division (7)—Remedies and Offences

  66. 605 Notice of contravention may be filed in land title office [§63.53]

  67. Part XXX—Vacancy Tax

  68. 615 Definitions for this Part [§63.54]

  69. 616 Vacancy tax [§63.55]

  70. 617 Required vacancy tax by-law provisions [§63.56]

  71. 618 Permissive vacancy tax by-law powers [§63.57]

  72. 619 Vacancy tax by-law variation power [§63.58]

  73. 620 Property status declarations [§63.59]

  74. 621 Entering onto residential property [§63.60]

  75. 622 Regulations [§63.61]