The present Regulation lays down provisions relating to the alienation of agricultural lands in the domain of the State to certain occupants. For the purposes of this Regulation, an occupant is a person who, at 1 July 1984, occupied without right a parcel of land that was ungranted or that has become ungranted since that date. The Minister may, at any time, register in respect of a parcel of land, whether occupied or not, a declaration stating that it forms part of the public domain. The text consists of 27 sections divided into 5 Parts as follows: Application (I); Conditions for alienating land (II); Alienation price (III); Miscellaneous (IV); Final and transitional (V). One Schedule is enclosed.
Implements: Act respecting agricultural lands in the domain of the state (R.S.Q., c. T-7.1). (2016-11-01)
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Government of Quebec (Canada)
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