P-41.1, r. 1.1 - Regulation respecting the authorization for the alienation or use of a lot without the authorization of the Commission de protection du territoire agricole du Québec

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6. The dismantling, replacement, repair or maintenance of a section of 2 km or less of an underground pipe or electric power line is allowed in the following circumstances:
(1)  the work is carried out within the right of way of the pipe or line; where encroachment outside the right of way is required, the total width of the encroachment must not exceed 15 m;
(2)  the work is supervised by an agrologist;
(3)  the work does not hinder the agricultural drainage capacity of the lot and adjacent lots;
(4)  the layer of topsoil removed at the beginning of the work is set aside to be reused during restoration;
(5)  the top part of the pipe or, where applicable, of the electric power line is buried at least at the same depth as it was before the work;
(6)  the pipe or, where applicable, the electric power line is covered at the end of the work by a layer of inert soil on which a layer of topsoil is uniformly spread and the ground of the site and its access roads is then cleaned, in-depth decompacted, levelled and rehabilitated to be cultivated.
The dismantling, replacement, repair or maintenance of an aerial electric power line is allowed in the circumstances provided for in subparagraphs 1 to 3 of the first paragraph.
The duration of the work must not exceed 12 months.
1458-2018O.C. 1458-2018, s. 6.
In force: 2019-01-24
6. The dismantling, replacement, repair or maintenance of a section of 2 km or less of an underground pipe or electric power line is allowed in the following circumstances:
(1)  the work is carried out within the right of way of the pipe or line; where encroachment outside the right of way is required, the total width of the encroachment must not exceed 15 m;
(2)  the work is supervised by an agrologist;
(3)  the work does not hinder the agricultural drainage capacity of the lot and adjacent lots;
(4)  the layer of topsoil removed at the beginning of the work is set aside to be reused during restoration;
(5)  the top part of the pipe or, where applicable, of the electric power line is buried at least at the same depth as it was before the work;
(6)  the pipe or, where applicable, the electric power line is covered at the end of the work by a layer of inert soil on which a layer of topsoil is uniformly spread and the ground of the site and its access roads is then cleaned, in-depth decompacted, levelled and rehabilitated to be cultivated.
The dismantling, replacement, repair or maintenance of an aerial electric power line is allowed in the circumstances provided for in subparagraphs 1 to 3 of the first paragraph.
The duration of the work must not exceed 12 months.
1458-2018O.C. 1458-2018, s. 6.