R-13, r. 1 - Regulation respecting the water property in the domain of the State

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23. A part of the water property may not be leased at an annual rent lower than the following rents:
(1)  if the lease allows the lessee to carry on activities for profit, the higher of
(a)  10% of the value of the part of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $346;
(2)  where only non-profit activities are authorized, the higher of
(a)  5% of the value of the part of the water property already occupied or that will be occupied by a work or structure, and 2% of the value of the other parts of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $69.
Despite the first paragraph, where the lease is granted to a municipality or a body for non-profit use that facilitates public access to bodies of water, excluding a marina, the minimum annual rent is $69 per hectare, without being lower than $69.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 23.
23. A part of the water property may not be leased at an annual rent lower than the following rents:
(1)  if the lease allows the lessee to carry on activities for profit, the higher of
(a)  10% of the value of the part of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $339;
(2)  where only non-profit activities are authorized, the higher of
(a)  5% of the value of the part of the water property already occupied or that will be occupied by a work or structure, and 2% of the value of the other parts of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $68.
Despite the first paragraph, where the lease is granted to a municipality or a body for non-profit use that facilitates public access to bodies of water, excluding a marina, the minimum annual rent is $68 per hectare, without being lower than $68.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 23.
23. A part of the water property may not be leased at an annual rent lower than the following rents:
(1)  if the lease allows the lessee to carry on activities for profit, the higher of
(a)  10% of the value of the part of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $332;
(2)  where only non-profit activities are authorized, the higher of
(a)  5% of the value of the part of the water property already occupied or that will be occupied by a work or structure, and 2% of the value of the other parts of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $67.
Despite the first paragraph, where the lease is granted to a municipality or a body for non-profit use that facilitates public access to bodies of water, excluding a marina, the minimum annual rent is $67 per hectare, without being lower than $67.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 23.
23. A part of the water property may not be leased at an annual rent lower than the following rents:
(1)  if the lease allows the lessee to carry on activities for profit, the higher of
(a)  10% of the value of the part of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $327;
(2)  where only non-profit activities are authorized, the higher of
(a)  5% of the value of the part of the water property already occupied or that will be occupied by a work or structure, and 2% of the value of the other parts of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $66.
Despite the first paragraph, where the lease is granted to a municipality or a body for non-profit use that facilitates public access to bodies of water, excluding a marina, the minimum annual rent is $66 per hectare, without being lower than $66.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 23.
23. A part of the water property may not be leased at an annual rent lower than the following rents:
(1)  if the lease allows the lessee to carry on activities for profit, the higher of
(a)  10% of the value of the part of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $322;
(2)  where only non-profit activities are authorized, the higher of
(a)  5% of the value of the part of the water property already occupied or that will be occupied by a work or structure, and 2% of the value of the other parts of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $65.
Despite the first paragraph, where the lease is granted to a municipality or a body for non-profit use that facilitates public access to bodies of water, excluding a marina, the minimum annual rent is $65 per hectare, without being lower than $65.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 23.
23. A part of the water property may not be leased at an annual rent lower than the following rents:
(1)  if the lease allows the lessee to carry on activities for profit, the higher of
(a)  10% of the value of the part of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $318;
(2)  where only non-profit activities are authorized, the higher of
(a)  5% of the value of the part of the water property already occupied or that will be occupied by a work or structure, and 2% of the value of the other parts of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $64.
Despite the first paragraph, where the lease is granted to a municipality or a body for non-profit use that facilitates public access to bodies of water, excluding a marina, the minimum annual rent is $64 per hectare, without being lower than $64.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 23.
23. A part of the water property may not be leased at an annual rent lower than the following rents:
(1)  if the lease allows the lessee to carry on activities for profit, the higher of
(a)  10% of the value of the part of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $313;
(2)  where only non-profit activities are authorized, the higher of
(a)  5% of the value of the part of the water property already occupied or that will be occupied by a work or structure, and 2% of the value of the other parts of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $63.
Despite the first paragraph, where the lease is granted to a municipality or a body for non-profit use that facilitates public access to bodies of water, excluding a marina, the minimum annual rent is $63 per hectare, without being lower than $63.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 23.
23. A part of the water property may not be leased at an annual rent lower than the following rents:
(1)  if the lease allows the lessee to carry on activities for profit, the higher of
(a)  10% of the value of the part of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $310;
(2)  where only non-profit activities are authorized, the higher of
(a)  5% of the value of the part of the water property already occupied or that will be occupied by a work or structure, and 2% of the value of the other parts of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $62.
Despite the first paragraph, where the lease is granted to a municipality or a body for non-profit use that facilitates public access to bodies of water, excluding a marina, the minimum annual rent is $62 per hectare, without being lower than $62.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 23.
23. A part of the water property may not be leased at an annual rent lower than the following rents:
(1)  if the lease allows the lessee to carry on activities for profit, the higher of
(a)  10% of the value of the part of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $304;
(2)  where only non-profit activities are authorized, the higher of
(a)  5% of the value of the part of the water property already occupied or that will be occupied by a work or structure, and 2% of the value of the other parts of the water property under lease; and
(b)  $61.
Despite the first paragraph, where the lease is granted to a municipality or a body for non-profit use that facilitates public access to bodies of water, excluding a marina, the minimum annual rent is $61 per hectare, without being lower than $61.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 23.