T-7.1, r. 1 - Regulation respecting the alienation of agricultural lands in the domain of the State to certain occupants

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7. Where the occupant does not produce a title, the land may be alienated to him only if he occupies it mainly for the purposes of a permanent principal or secondary residence or for community purposes, or if he carries out on that land, for remuneration, activities related to agriculture, fisheries or food supply or of an industrial, commercial or sylvicultural nature.
For the purposes of this Regulation, only forestry operations involving growing, planting or reforestation are considered sylvicultural activities; only industrial operations involving the production, processing, conservation or marketing of an agricultural product are considered food-related activities; activities related simply to the distribution of agricultural products are not considered food-related activities.
O.C. 5-90, s. 7.