Section 67 of the Municipal Government Act states:
References to repealed bylaws
- A reference in a bylaw, enactment or document to a bylaw that has been repealed by the revised bylaws is, in respect of any subsequent transaction, matter or thing occurring after the revised bylaws come into force, to be considered to be a reference to the bylaw in the revised bylaws that has been substituted for the repealed bylaw.
Meaning if a bylaw references another, and the bylaw it's referencing is replaced by another, then the reference is to be considered to be referencing the new bylaw.
What happens if a bylaw references another bylaw that has been repealed, but was not replaced by a new bylaw?