36. No person may hunt, trap or fish on, or fish from, private land if it is owned by a party to a memorandum of agreement entered into with the Minister for the purposes of wildlife management and accessibility, without having first obtained the authorization of the owner or his representative.
The agreement must contain a description of the land that is subject to the application of the first paragraph.
The prohibition under the first paragraph also applies in the case of land under private ownership where the owner, including a municipality or a metropolitan community, is a party to an agreement with an association or a body whose object is to facilitate the access of hunters, fishers or trappers to private lands, and that is recognized to that effect by the Minister, for the purposes of wildlife accessibility, if the hunter, trapper or fisher has not first obtained the authorization of the owner or the owner’s representative or of such an association or body.
1983, c. 39, s. 36; 1992, c. 15, s. 6; 1999, c. 36, s. 51; 2002, c. 82, s. 4; 2004, c. 11, s. 37.