R-13.1 - Act respecting the land regime in the James Bay and New Québec territories

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191.4. The Government shall, as soon as possible, on the expiry of the time limit provided for in the second paragraph, by letters patent and upon such conditions as it may determine in accordance with this Act, transfer the ownership of Category IB-N lands to the Naskapi Landholding Corporation incorporated pursuant to section 7.1.
Category IB-N lands have the same area as Category I-N lands mentioned in section 191.2, after subtracting, within two months following the determination of Category IA-N lands, from their northern part, the area of Category IA-N lands determined in accordance with section 191.3.
1979, c. 25, s. 50; 1999, c. 40, s. 252.
191.4. The Government shall, as soon as possible, on the expiry of the delay provided for in the second paragraph, by letters patent and upon such conditions as it may determine in accordance with this Act, transfer the ownership of Category IB-N lands to the Naskapi Landholding Corporation incorporated pursuant to section 7.1.
Category IB-N lands have the same area as Category I-N lands mentioned in section 191.2, after subtracting, within two months following the determination of Category IA-N lands, from their northern part, the area of Category IA-N lands determined in accordance with section 191.3.
1979, c. 25, s. 50.
191.40. The Naskapi local government has the exclusive right to the commercial exploitation of the forest resources on Category I-N lands and may act directly or through persons authorized by it.
In such a case, the Naskapi local government shall obtain cutting rights or a licence to cut timber from the Minister of Energy and Resources, who shall not withhold his authorization if that commercial cutting conforms to the development and marketing plan approved by him.
Where forest resources are commercially exploited, the Naskapi local government is not required to pay stumpage dues.
1979, c. 25, s. 50; 1979, c. 81, s. 20.
191.40. The Naskapi local government has the exclusive right to the commercial exploitation of the forest resources on Category I-N lands and may act directly or through persons authorized by it.
In such a case, the Naskapi local government shall obtain cutting rights or a licence to cut timber from the Ministre des terres et forêts, who shall not withhold his authorization if that commercial cutting conforms to the development and marketing plan approved by him.
Where forest resources are commercially exploited, the Naskapi local government is not required to pay stumpage dues.
1979, c. 25, s. 50.