A-18.1, r. 6 - Regulation respecting the method for assessing the annual royalty and the method and frequency for assessing the market value of standing timber purchased by guarantee holders pursuant to their timber supply guarantee

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4.1. If the Minister cancels a timber supply guarantee pursuant to subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 109 of the Sustainable Forest Development Act (chapter A-18.1), or terminates a timber supply guarantee pursuant to paragraph 1 of section 112 of that Act and, following the cancellation, the sales contract for the standing timber purchased pursuant to that guarantee is cancelled, the Minister is to reimburse the holder of the cancelled guarantee for the portion of the annual royalty corresponding to the volume of timber remaining harvestable by the holder before cancellation of the standing timber sales contract.
A holder granted a timber supply guarantee by the Minister in the course of the harvest year must pay, for that year, an annual royalty corresponding to the proportion of the volumes of timber the holder could purchase before the end of the harvest year. In addition, if the plant for which the guarantee is granted was or had already been operated under a guarantee and the guarantee was cancelled within 12 months of the date on which the guarantee granted took effect, the rate of the annual royalty to be paid by such a holder is the rate that applied to the holder of the cancelled guarantee at the time of the cancellation.
725-2016O.C. 725-2016, s. 3.