64. If at the expiry of the lease the exclusive hunting and fishing rights are not renewed in favour of the lessee or are not granted to another lessee and the Minister wishes to acquire improvements or structures made by the lessee in the territory covered by the lease, he indemnifies the lessee to the extent that he deems that these improvements or structures have given a permanent increase in value to such territory.
The Government may, by regulation, determine the criteria used for the fixing of the indemnity paid under the first paragraph. He may also, by regulation, determine types or classes of improvements or structures that cannot be the subject of such an indemnity.
Such regulation comes into force on the date of its publication in the Gazette officielle du Québec or on any later date indicated therein.
1969, c. 58, s. 58; 1978, c. 65, s. 40.
Section 64 of this act replaced by section 40 of chapter 65 of the statutes of 1978 applies to every indemnification which the Minister may effect under the said section 64 before or after 7 February 1979 in the case where exclusive hunting and fishing rights have not been renewed in favour of the lessee or have not been granted to another lessee. (1978, c. 65, s. 50).