Advances for Improvements
Marginal note:Advances by Board to settler for improvements not to exceed $1,000
19. The Board may from time to time advance to any settler to provide, or for application to, permanent improvements on the land of the settler or on the land sold to him by the Board, amounts in money or its equivalent not exceeding in the aggregate one thousand dollars, inclusive of the cost price to the Board of building or other materials supplied by it.
Marginal note:Advances to constitute first charge
2. Such advances shall by force of this Act constitute a first charge on the land of the settler or on the land sold to him by the Board and shall be repayable in twenty-five or less equal, consecutive, annual instalments, with interest at five per centum per annum, on the amortization plan, with full privilege of repayment.
Marginal note:Supervision of Board
3. Every such advance shall be expended under the supervision of the Board.
- 1919, c. 71, s. 19.
Terms of Disposition of Property
Marginal note:Dominion, Indian and school lands to be dealt with as if they were private lands
20. Subject to the provisions of section fifteen of this Act as to soldier grants of Dominion lands, the Board shall deal with and dispose of all Dominion lands, Indian lands or school lands granted or otherwise conveyed or transferred to it pursuant to sections six, ten and eleven of this Act as nearly as may be as if such lands were private lands acquired by it by way of purchase, but the sale price of such lands shall be such as is approved by the Governor in Council.
- 1919, c. 71, s. 20.
Marginal note:No sale of land by Board at less than purchase price
21. No land which has been acquired or reacquired by the Board, whether by purchase, or by retaking because of default or otherwise, shall be sold or resold by the Board at a price less than the cost to it thereof, calculated as in section seventeen of this Act provided, unless with the approval of the Governor in Council.
Marginal note:Board to report to Minister if conditions of sale not satisfactory
2. If the Board determines that the whole or any part of any land or other property purchased by it cannot or ought not to be sold subject, whether as to sale price or otherwise, to the provisions of sections sixteen to eighteen inclusive of this Act, it shall report to the Minister the circumstances, with a statement of the cost to it of such property or of such part thereof and shall recommend another sale price, or other terms of sale, as the case may be, whereafter any sale of such property or of such part thereof shall be made for such sale price, or upon such other terms, as the Governor in Council may direct.
- 1919, c. 71, s. 21.
Marginal note:Transfer of lands to province or municipality
21A. The Governor in Council may transfer to the province, or the Director of Soldier Settlement with the approval of the Governor in Council may transfer to the municipality in which such land is situate, the interest of the Director of Soldier Settlement in any land which for a period of two years immediately preceding such transfer has not been the subject of a contract of sale.
- 1932, c. 53, s. 1.
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