26. A lease must indicate its term and the purpose for which it is granted. It may include a clause providing for the granting, by the Minister, of a right of superficies in favour of the lessee. A lease is renewable, unless otherwise stipulated.
The lessee may not use the land for a purpose other than that stated in the lease.
At the time of the transfer by the lessee of the lessee’s rights in the lease or the alienation of the buildings and facilities erected on the leased land, a new lease must be entered into between the Minister and the purchaser. In either case, the lessee must inform the Minister.
O.C. 231-89, s. 26; O.C. 705-2010, s. 17.