Yukon Surface Rights Board Act (S.C. 1994, c. 43). | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

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The present Act establishes a Board to be called the «Yukon Surface Rights Board», responsible for disputes concerning surface rights in respect of land in the Yukon Territory. The text consists of 80 sections divided into 5 Parts as follows: Yukon Surface Rights Board (I); Settlement lands (II); Mineral rights disputes on non-settlement land (III); General (IV); Related amendments and comint into force (V).

Implemented by: Regulations Identifying the Provisions of the Laws of the Legislature of Yukon Conferring Rights of Access for the Purpose of the Exercise of a Mineral Right (SOR/2016-129). (2016-06-13)

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