British North America Act, 1867, S. 23

23. The Qualifications of a Senator shall be as follows:

1. He shall be of the full age of Thirty Years: 
2. He shall be either a natural-born Subject of the Queen, or a Subject of the Queen naturalized by an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain, or of the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, or of the Legislature of One of the Provinces of Upper Canada, Lower Canada, Canada, Nova Scotia, or New Brunswick, before the Union, or of the Parliament of Canada after the Union: 
3. He shall be legally or equitably seised as of Freehold for his own Use and Benefit of Lands or Tenements held in Free and Common Socage, or seised or possessed for his own Use and Benefit of Lands or Tenements held in Franc-alleu or in Roture, within the Province for which he is appointed, of the Value of Four thousand Dollars, over and above all Rents, Dues, Debts, Charges, Mortgages, and Incumbrances due or payable out of or charged on or affecting the same: 
4. His Real and Personal Property shall be together worth Four thousand Dollars over and above his Debts and Liabilities: 
5. He shall be resident in the Province for which he is appointed: 
6. In the Case of Quebec he shall have his Real Property Qualification in the Electoral Division for which he is appointed, or shall be resident in that Division.

Documents related to section 23

[Note: For the purposes of the Constitution Act (No. 2), 1975 (No. 42 infra), the term “Province” in section 23 has the same meaning as is assigned to the term “province” by section 35 of the Interpretation Act (Canada).]