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

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28. The Minister is authorized to grant a lease of a part of the water property for aquaculture purposes on the following conditions:
(1)  the maximum term of the lease is 20 years;
(2)  the lessee must, throughout the term of the lease, hold the licence required, where applicable, under the Act respecting commercial aquaculture (chapter A-20.2) or the Act respecting commercial fishing and commercial harvesting of aquatic plants (chapter P-9.01) to carry on commercial aquaculture activities or commercially harvest aquatic plants; and
(3)  the annual rent payable, without being less than $346, is
(a)  $3.46 per hectare for the first 5 years, then $6.94 per hectare for subsequent years, if facilities are present; or
(b)  $0.69 per hectare for the first 10 years, then $1.39 per hectare for subsequent years, if no facilities are present.
Sections 20 to 26 do not apply to such a lease for aquaculture purposes.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 28.
28. The Minister is authorized to grant a lease of a part of the water property for aquaculture purposes on the following conditions:
(1)  the maximum term of the lease is 20 years;
(2)  the lessee must, throughout the term of the lease, hold the licence required, where applicable, under the Act respecting commercial aquaculture (chapter A-20.2) or the Act respecting commercial fishing and commercial harvesting of aquatic plants (chapter P-9.01) to carry on commercial aquaculture activities or commercially harvest aquatic plants; and
(3)  the annual rent payable, without being less than $339, is
(a)  $3.39 per hectare for the first 5 years, then $6.81 per hectare for subsequent years, if facilities are present; or
(b)  $0.68 per hectare for the first 10 years, then $1.36 per hectare for subsequent years, if no facilities are present.
Sections 20 to 26 do not apply to such a lease for aquaculture purposes.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 28.
28. The Minister is authorized to grant a lease of a part of the water property for aquaculture purposes on the following conditions:
(1)  the maximum term of the lease is 20 years;
(2)  the lessee must, throughout the term of the lease, hold the licence required, where applicable, under the Act respecting commercial aquaculture (chapter A-20.2) or the Act respecting commercial fishing and commercial harvesting of aquatic plants (chapter P-9.01) to carry on commercial aquaculture activities or commercially harvest aquatic plants; and
(3)  the annual rent payable, without being less than $332, is
(a)  $3.32 per hectare for the first 5 years, then $6.66 per hectare for subsequent years, if facilities are present; or
(b)  $0.67 per hectare for the first 10 years, then $1.33 per hectare for subsequent years, if no facilities are present.
Sections 20 to 26 do not apply to such a lease for aquaculture purposes.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 28.
28. The Minister is authorized to grant a lease of a part of the water property for aquaculture purposes on the following conditions:
(1)  the maximum term of the lease is 20 years;
(2)  the lessee must, throughout the term of the lease, hold the licence required, where applicable, under the Act respecting commercial aquaculture (chapter A-20.2) or the Act respecting commercial fishing and commercial harvesting of aquatic plants (chapter P-9.01) to carry on commercial aquaculture activities or commercially harvest aquatic plants; and
(3)  the annual rent payable, without being less than $327, is
(a)  $3.27 per hectare for the first 5 years, then $6.56 per hectare for subsequent years, if facilities are present; or
(b)  $0.66 per hectare for the first 10 years, then $1.31 per hectare for subsequent years, if no facilities are present.
Sections 20 to 26 do not apply to such a lease for aquaculture purposes.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 28.
28. The Minister is authorized to grant a lease of a part of the water property for aquaculture purposes on the following conditions:
(1)  the maximum term of the lease is 20 years;
(2)  the lessee must, throughout the term of the lease, hold the licence required, where applicable, under the Act respecting commercial aquaculture (chapter A-20.2) or the Act respecting commercial fishing and commercial harvesting of aquatic plants (chapter P-9.01) to carry on commercial aquaculture activities or commercially harvest aquatic plants; and
(3)  the annual rent payable, without being less than $322, is
(a)  $3.22 per hectare for the first 5 years, then $6.47 per hectare for subsequent years, if facilities are present; or
(b)  $0.65 per hectare for the first 10 years, then $1.29 per hectare for subsequent years, if no facilities are present.
Sections 20 to 26 do not apply to such a lease for aquaculture purposes.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 28.
28. The Minister is authorized to grant a lease of a part of the water property for aquaculture purposes on the following conditions:
(1)  the maximum term of the lease is 20 years;
(2)  the lessee must, throughout the term of the lease, hold the licence required, where applicable, under the Act respecting commercial aquaculture (chapter A-20.2) or the Act respecting commercial fishing and commercial harvesting of aquatic plants (chapter P-9.01) to carry on commercial aquaculture activities or commercially harvest aquatic plants; and
(3)  the annual rent payable, without being less than $318, is
(a)  $3.18 per hectare for the first 5 years, then $6.39 per hectare for subsequent years, if facilities are present; or
(b)  $0.64 per hectare for the first 10 years, then $1.27 per hectare for subsequent years, if no facilities are present.
Sections 20 to 26 do not apply to such a lease for aquaculture purposes.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 28.
28. The Minister is authorized to grant a lease of a part of the water property for aquaculture purposes on the following conditions:
(1)  the maximum term of the lease is 20 years;
(2)  the lessee must, throughout the term of the lease, hold the licence required, where applicable, under the Act respecting commercial aquaculture (chapter A-20.2) or the Act respecting commercial fishing and commercial harvesting of aquatic plants (chapter P-9.01) to carry on commercial aquaculture activities or commercially harvest aquatic plants; and
(3)  the annual rent payable, without being less than $313, is
(a)  $3.13 per hectare for the first 5 years, then $6.29 per hectare for subsequent years, if facilities are present; or
(b)  $0.63 per hectare for the first 10 years, then $1.25 per hectare for subsequent years, if no facilities are present.
Sections 20 to 26 do not apply to such a lease for aquaculture purposes.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 28.
28. The Minister is authorized to grant a lease of a part of the water property for aquaculture purposes on the following conditions:
(1)  the maximum term of the lease is 20 years;
(2)  the lessee must, throughout the term of the lease, hold the licence required, where applicable, under the Act respecting commercial aquaculture (chapter A-20.2) or the Act respecting commercial fishing and commercial harvesting of aquatic plants (chapter P-9.01) to carry on commercial aquaculture activities or commercially harvest aquatic plants; and
(3)  the annual rent payable, without being less than $310, is
(a)  $3.10 per hectare for the first 5 years, then $6.23 per hectare for subsequent years, if facilities are present; or
(b)  $0.62 per hectare for the first 10 years, then $1.24 per hectare for subsequent years, if no facilities are present.
Sections 20 to 26 do not apply to such a lease for aquaculture purposes.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 28.
28. The Minister is authorized to grant a lease of a part of the water property for aquaculture purposes on the following conditions:
(1)  the maximum term of the lease is 20 years;
(2)  the lessee must, throughout the term of the lease, hold the licence required, where applicable, under the Act respecting commercial aquaculture (chapter A-20.2) or the Act respecting commercial fishing and commercial harvesting of aquatic plants (chapter P-9.01) to carry on commercial aquaculture activities or commercially harvest aquatic plants; and
(3)  the annual rent payable, without being less than $304, is
(a)  $3.04 per hectare for the first 5 years, then $6.11 per hectare for subsequent years, if facilities are present; or
(b)  $0.61 per hectare for the first 10 years, then $1.22 per hectare for subsequent years, if no facilities are present.
Sections 20 to 26 do not apply to such a lease for aquaculture purposes.
O.C. 81-2003, s. 28.