Interim Control By-Laws: An Update
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Article originally published in The Six-Minute Municipal Lawyer 2011
Excerpt from "Interim Control By-Laws: An Update":
Interim control By-laws ("ICBLs") have been a part of the planning regime in Ontario for nearly thirty years. ICBLs were recommended in the 1977 Report of the Planning Act Review Committee and in the 1979 White Paper on the Planning Act and were first authorized by s. 37 of the Planning Act, 1983, S.O. 1983, c. 1 (now s. 38).