Heritage Places Protection Act (R.S.P.E.I. 1988, c. H-3.1). | Land Portal

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This Act aims at protecting and preserving heritage places in Prince Edward Island. Under section 1, an heritage place is a place which includes or is comprised of an historic resource of an immovable nature. Section 2 defines the responsibilities of the Minister of Community and Cultural Affairs, section 3 provides for the establishment and the operation of the Heritage Places Advisory Board, sections 4 to 16 concern the management of heritage places and include provisions on designation and registration of heritage places, permits, inspections and offences and penalties.

Implemented by: General Regulations (P.E.I. Reg. EC414/00). (2000)
Implemented by: Glenbow-Alberta Institute Act (RSA 2000, c. G.-6). (2000)

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