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

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191.68. The right to exploit soapstone, which the Naskapi beneficiaries may acquire, is subordinate to the rights relating to other mineral substances and to petroleum, so that it will not prevent possible mining development on Category II-N lands or possible exploration for and production of petroleum on such lands; consequently, any permit issued pursuant to section 191.62 on a lot of land may be cancelled by the Minister of Natural Resources and Wildlife after the registration of claims and other titles to mining rights or petroleum rights, other than for soapstone, granted pursuant to the Mining Act (chapter M-13.1) or, as the case may be, the Petroleum Resources Act (chapter H-4.2) on the said land, and after a 30-day notice to the holder of the permit.
1979, c. 25, s. 50; 1979, c. 81, s. 20; 1987, c. 64, s. 344; 1994, c. 13, s. 15; 2003, c. 8, s. 6; 2006, c. 3, s. 35; 2016, c. 35, s. 23.
191.68. The right to exploit soapstone, which the Naskapi beneficiaries may acquire, is subordinate to the rights relating to other mineral substances, in such a way that it will not prevent possible mining development on Category II-N lands; consequently, any permit issued pursuant to section 191.62 on a lot of land may be cancelled by the Minister of Natural Resources and Wildlife after the registration of claims and of other titles to mining rights other than for soapstone, granted pursuant to the Mining Act (chapter M‐13.1) on the said land, and after a 30-day notice to the holder of the permit.
1979, c. 25, s. 50; 1979, c. 81, s. 20; 1987, c. 64, s. 344; 1994, c. 13, s. 15; 2003, c. 8, s. 6; 2006, c. 3, s. 35.
191.68. The right to exploit soapstone, which the Naskapi beneficiaries may acquire, is subordinate to the rights relating to other mineral substances, in such a way that it will not prevent possible mining development on Category II-N lands; consequently, any permit issued pursuant to section 191.62 on a lot of land may be cancelled by the Minister of Natural Resources, Wildlife and Parks after the registration of claims and of other titles to mining rights other than for soapstone, granted pursuant to the Mining Act (chapter M‐13.1) on the said land, and after a 30-day notice to the holder of the permit.
1979, c. 25, s. 50; 1979, c. 81, s. 20; 1987, c. 64, s. 344; 1994, c. 13, s. 15; 2003, c. 8, s. 6.
191.68. The right to exploit soapstone, which the Naskapi beneficiaries may acquire, is subordinate to the rights relating to other mineral substances, in such a way that it will not prevent possible mining development on Category II-N lands; consequently, any permit issued pursuant to section 191.62 on a lot of land may be cancelled by the Minister of Natural Resources after the registration of claims and of other titles to mining rights other than for soapstone, granted pursuant to the Mining Act (chapter M-13.1) on the said land, and after a 30-day notice to the holder of the permit.
1979, c. 25, s. 50; 1979, c. 81, s. 20; 1987, c. 64, s. 344; 1994, c. 13, s. 15.
191.68. The right to exploit soapstone, which the Naskapi beneficiaries may acquire, is subordinate to the rights relating to other mineral substances, in such a way that it will not prevent possible mining development on Category II-N lands; consequently, any permit issued pursuant to section 191.62 on a lot of land may be cancelled by the Minister of Energy and Resources after the registration of claims and of other titles to mining rights other than for soapstone, granted pursuant to the Mining Act (chapter M-13.1) on the said land, and after a thirty day notice to the holder of the permit.
1979, c. 25, s. 50; 1979, c. 81, s. 20; 1987, c. 64, s. 344.
191.68. The right to exploit soapstone, which the Naskapi beneficiaries may acquire, is subordinate to the rights relating to other mineral substances, in such a way that it will not prevent possible mining development on Category II-N lands; consequently, any permit issued pursuant to section 191.62 on a lot of land may be cancelled by the Minister of Energy and Resources after the registration of claims and of other titles to mining rights other than for soapstone, granted pursuant to the Mining Act on the said land, and after a thirty day notice to the holder of the permit.
1979, c. 25, s. 50; 1979, c. 81, s. 20.
191.68. The right to exploit soapstone, which the Naskapi beneficiaries may acquire, is subordinate to the rights relating to other mineral substances, in such a way that it will not prevent possible mining development on Category II-N lands; consequently, any permit issued pursuant to section 191.62 on a lot of land may be cancelled by the Ministre des richesses naturelles after the registration of claims and of other titles to mining rights other than for soapstone, granted pursuant to the Mining Act on the said land, and after a thirty day notice to the holder of the permit.
1979, c. 25, s. 50.