Government of Yukon (Canada)
Government of Yukon (Canada)
The present Regulation enacts section 149 of the Quartz Mining Act. In particular, the Regulation lays down provisions relating to quartz mining in the territory of Yukon. The Regulation contains provisions on classes of exploration programmes, operating conditions, operating plans, assignment of an operating plan and security. The text consists of 22 sections and 3 Schedules.
The present Regulations enact section 29 of the Oil and Gas Act. In particular, the Regulations lay down provisions relating to oil and gas issues. For the purpose of the Regulations, “lease” means an oil and gas lease issued under Part 2 of the Act.
This regulation implements the Area Development Act by establishing the Zoning Appeal Board, regulates its membership and operation. Under section 15, the Board has the same powers and privileges as are granted to a Judge for summoning and compelling attendance of witnesses, administering oaths to witnesses, and calling for the production of documents.
This regulation implements the Area Development Act and designates the Pine Lake Recreational Area as a development area. The regulation provides for the development of the area defining prohibited and allowable uses of the area. Under section 8, construction activities in the area are subject to approval of the development officer.
This Act concerns the management of land and its resources, including mines, minerals easements, servitudes and all other interests in real property (sect. 1). Under section 2, the Commissioner in Executive Council can designate Land Management Zones for the purpose of protecting the ecological balance of the physical characteristics of any area in Yukon.
This Act concerns pounds and the construction of fences for the protection of the ground within its bounds from animals, including horse, cattle, swine and geese.
This Act concerns the disposition of Yukon lands, i.e. a sale or lease of lands or a grant of right of way or easement with respect of those lands (sect. 1).
This Act contains provisions on the tenancy of land. It consists of 103 sections and is divided into four Parts: Covenants and Conditions, Overholding Tenants, Summary of Proceedings for Non-payment if rent and Residential Tenancies. Part 1 contains provisions on licences (sect. 10) and on the terms of tenancies. Part 2 concerns liability and judicial proceedings.
The purpose of the Act is to establish parks to provide for the protection and management of areas of territorial significance and to encourage public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of the Yukon’s natural environment (sect. 1).
Under this Act it is assumed that in case land is assigned, transferred, conveyed or devised to two or more person, those person are to be considered as tenants in common and not as join tenants unless otherwise specified.