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O. Reg. 470/98: SCHOOL ATTENDANCE RIGHTS - RESIDENT BUSINESS PROPERTY OWNERS AND TENANTS

under Education Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. E.2

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current August 21, 1998 (e-Laws currency date)

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Education Act

ONTARIO REGULATION 470/98

SCHOOL ATTENDANCE RIGHTS — RESIDENT BUSINESS PROPERTY OWNERS AND TENANTS

Consolidation Period: From August 21, 1998 to the e-Laws currency date.

No amendments.

This is the English version of a bilingual regulation.

1. Subject to section 46 of the Act, a person described in subsection 43.2 (1) of the Act who attains the age of six years in any year and whose parent or guardian referred to in that subsection is Roman Catholic is, after September 1 in that year, qualified to be a resident pupil in respect of the separate school zone of the English-language separate district school board or the Roman Catholic school authority for elementary school purposes in which the property referred to in that subsection is situate, until the last school day in June in the year in which the person attains the age of 21 years. O. Reg. 470/98, s. 1.

2. Subject to section 46 of the Act, a person described in subsection 43.2 (1) of the Act who is a French-speaking person, who attains the age of six years in any year and whose parent or guardian referred to in that subsection is Roman Catholic is, after September 1 in that year, qualified to be a resident pupil in respect of the separate school zone of the French-language separate district school board for elementary school purposes in which the property referred to in that subsection is situate, until the last school day in June in the year in which the person attains the age of 21 years. O. Reg. 470/98, s. 2.

3. Section 1 applies with necessary modifications in relation to a Protestant separate school board. O. Reg. 470/98, s. 3.

4. Subject to section 46 of the Act, a person described in subsection 43.2 (1) of the Act whose parent or guardian referred to in that subsection is Roman Catholic is qualified to be a resident pupil in respect of the separate school zone of the English-language separate district school board for secondary school purposes in which the property referred to in that subsection is situate. O. Reg. 470/98, s. 4.

5. Subject to section 46 of the Act, a person described in subsection 43.2 (1) of the Act who is a French-speaking person and whose parent or guardian referred to in that subsection is Roman Catholic is qualified to be a resident pupil in respect of the separate school zone of the French-language separate district school board for secondary school purposes in which the property referred to in that subsection is situate. O. Reg. 470/98, s. 5.

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