T-11 - Act respecting land titles in certain electoral districts

Full text
8. If within the period of eight months provided for in section 4, there is a written opposition of any interested person, the Minister shall endeavour to reconcile the parties to bring about an agreement as to the conditions and obligations of the right of ownership of such occupant.
Should an agreement be concluded, it shall be attested in writing under the hand of the interested parties and the Minister shall then send to the Land Registrar a certificate attesting such conditions and obligations, which shall be binding to both the parties.
Should the Minister not be able to reconcile the parties, and if during the 18 months following the coming into force of the plans, the opposing party or any successor of the opposing party has not availed himself of his recourse by legal action involving the Land Registrar, the opposing party and his successor shall then be forfeited of their claim or demand concerning the lot in question and the Land Registrar shall, upon a request in writing of the occupant or of his successor, deliver him a certificate of ownership of such lot.
The certificates referred to in this section shall be registered by the Land Registrar on the land file of the lot concerned.
R. S. 1964, c. 321, s. 8; 1988, c. 22, s. 28; 1993, c. 52, s. 38; 1999, c. 40, s. 318; 2000, c. 42, s. 235; 2020, c. 172020, c. 17, s. 112.
8. If within the period of eight months provided for in section 4, there is a written opposition of any interested person, the Minister shall endeavour to reconcile the parties to bring about an agreement as to the conditions and obligations of the right of ownership of such occupant.
Should an agreement be concluded, it shall be attested in writing under the hand of the interested parties and the Minister shall then send to the registrar a certificate attesting such conditions and obligations, which shall be binding to both the parties.
Should the Minister not be able to reconcile the parties, and if during the 18 months following the coming into force of the plans, the opposing party or any successor of the opposing party has not availed himself of his recourse by legal action involving the Land Registrar, the opposing party and his successor shall then be forfeited of their claim or demand concerning the lot in question and the registrar shall, upon a request in writing of the occupant or of his successor, deliver him a certificate of ownership of such lot.
The certificates referred to in this section shall be registered by the registrar on the land file of the lot concerned.
R. S. 1964, c. 321, s. 8; 1988, c. 22, s. 28; 1993, c. 52, s. 38; 1999, c. 40, s. 318; 2000, c. 42, s. 235.
8. If within the period of eight months provided for in section 4, there is a written opposition of any interested person, the Minister shall endeavour to reconcile the parties to bring about an agreement as to the conditions and obligations of the right of ownership of such occupant.
Should an agreement be concluded, it shall be attested in writing under the hand of the interested parties and the Minister shall then send to the registrar a certificate attesting such conditions and obligations, which shall be binding to both the parties.
Should the Minister not be able to reconcile the parties, and if during the 18 months following the coming into force of the plans, the opposing party or any successor of the opposing party has not availed himself of his recourse by legal action involving the registrar of the registration division wherein the said lot is situated, the opposing party and his successor shall then be forfeited of their claim or demand concerning said lot and the registrar shall, upon a request in writing of the occupant or of his successor, deliver him a certificate of ownership of such lot.
The certificates referred to in this section shall be registered by the registrar on the land file of the lot concerned.
R. S. 1964, c. 321, s. 8; 1988, c. 22, s. 28; 1993, c. 52, s. 38; 1999, c. 40, s. 318.
8. If within the delay of eight months provided for in section 4, there is a written opposition of any interested person, the Minister shall endeavour to reconcile the parties to bring about an agreement as to the conditions and obligations of the right of ownership of such occupant.
Should an agreement be concluded, it shall be attested in writing under the hand of the interested parties and the Minister shall then send to the registrar a certificate attesting such conditions and obligations, which shall be binding to both the parties.
Should the Minister not be able to reconcile the parties, and if during the 18 months following the coming into force of the plans, the opposing party or any interested party of the opposing party has not availed himself of his recourse by legal action involving the registrar of the registration division wherein the said lot is situated, the opposing party and his interested party shall then be forfeited of their claim or demand concerning said lot and the registrar shall, upon a request in writing of the occupant or of his interested party, deliver him a certificate of ownership of such lot.
The certificates referred to in this section shall be registered by the registrar on the land file of the lot concerned.
R. S. 1964, c. 321, s. 8; 1988, c. 22, s. 28; 1993, c. 52, s. 38.
8. If within the delay of eight months provided for in section 4, there is a written opposition of any interested person, the Minister shall endeavour to reconcile the parties to bring about an agreement as to the conditions and obligations of the right of ownership of such occupant.
Should an agreement be concluded, it shall be attested in writing under the hand of the interested parties and the Minister shall then send to the registrar a certificate attesting such conditions and obligations, which shall be binding to both the parties.
Should the Minister not be able to reconcile the parties, and if during the eighteen months following the deposit of the plans in the office of the registration division, the opposing party or any interested party of the opposing party has not availed himself of his recourse by legal action involving the registrar of the registration division wherein the said lot is situated, the opposing party and his interested party shall then be forfeited of their claim or demand concerning said lot and the registrar shall, upon a request in writing of the occupant or of his interested party, deliver him a certificate of ownership of such lot.
The registration of the certificates mentioned in this section shall be effected by deposit.
R. S. 1964, c. 321, s. 8; 1988, c. 22, s. 28.
8. If within the delay of eight months provided for in section 4, there is a written opposition of any interested person, the Minister shall endeavour to reconcile the parties to bring about an agreement as to the conditions and obligations of the right of ownership of such occupant.
Should an agreement be concluded, it shall be attested in writing under the hand of the interested parties and the Minister shall then send to the registrar a certificate attesting such conditions and obligations, which shall be binding to both the parties.
Should the Minister not be able to reconcile the parties, and if during the eighteen months following the last publication in the Gazette officielle du Québec, of the proclamation provided for in section 4, the opposing party or any interested party of the opposing party has not availed himself of his recourse by legal action involving the registrar of the registration division wherein the said lot is situated, the opposing party and his interested party shall then be forfeited of their claim or demand concerning said lot and the registrar shall, upon a request in writing of the occupant or of his interested party, deliver him a certificate of ownership of such lot.
The registration of the certificates mentioned in this section shall be effected by deposit.
R. S. 1964, c. 321, s. 8.