308. The Provincial Court shall have, to the exclusion of any other court, jurisdiction over all litigation respecting any rights, privileges or titles conferred by this Act or any regulation, or under this Act or any regulation.
In particular, the Provincial Court shall have jurisdiction, to the exclusion of any other court, over all litigation respecting:
(a) the existence, validity or forfeiture of any prospector’s licence, claim, development licence, exploration licence, operating lease, exploration licence for underground reservoirs, storage lease, disposal licence, mining concession, mining lease, special licence, special exploration permit or exploration permit;
(b) the perimeter, boundaries and extent of the land covered by any of the above mentioned titles.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 34, s. 278; 1968, c. 36, s. 26; 1982, c. 27, s. 11; 1986, c. 61, s. 24.