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Territorial Land Use Regulations

Version of section 31 from 2006-03-22 to 2016-06-12:

  •  (1) The engineer may include in any permit terms and conditions respecting

    • (a) the location and the area of territorial lands that may be used;

    • (b) the times at which any work or undertaking may be carried on;

    • (c) the type and size of equipment that may be used in the land use operation;

    • (d) the methods and techniques to be employed by the permittee in carrying out the land use operation;

    • (e) the type, location, capacity and operation of all facilities to be used by the permittee in the land use operation;

    • (f) the methods of controlling or preventing ponding of water, flooding, erosion, slides and subsidences of land;

    • (g) the use, storage, handling and ultimate disposal of any chemical or toxic material to be used in the land use operation;

    • (h) the protection of wildlife and fisheries habitat;

    • (i) the protection of objects and places of recreational, scenic and ecological value;

    • (j) the deposit of security in accordance with section 36;

    • (k) the establishment of petroleum fuel storage facilities;

    • (l) the methods and techniques for debris and brush disposal; and

    • (m) such other matters not inconsistent with these Regulations as the engineer thinks necessary for the protection of the biological or physical characteristics of the land management zone.

  • (2) The engineer may modify any of the terms or conditions included in a permit on receipt of a written request from the permittee that sets out

    • (a) the terms or conditions in the permit that the permittee wishes modified; and

    • (b) the nature of the modification proposed and the reasons therefor.

  • (3) Where the engineer receives a written request from a permittee pursuant to subsection (2), he shall notify the permittee of his decision and the reasons therefor within 10 days of receipt of the request.

  • (4) Every permit shall set out the period for which it is valid and such period shall be based on the estimated dates of commencement and completion as set out by the permittee in his application, but in no case shall a permit be valid for a period exceeding two years.

  • (5) On receipt of a written request from a permittee for an extension of the duration of his permit, the engineer may extend the duration of the permit subject to such conditions not inconsistent with these Regulations as he thinks fit, for such period, not exceeding one year, as he thinks necessary to enable the permittee to complete the land use operation authorized by the permit.

  • SOR/88-169, s. 6(E)

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