75. (1) Nothing contained in these Regulations shall be construed so as to limit the right of Her Majesty or of the Commissioner of the Territories to construct and maintain roads or other public works on or over the land comprised in any recorded claim.
(2) The Chief may grant authority to any person to lay out rights of way for electrical transmission or telecommunication lines across, through, along, over or under any mining property acquired under these Regulations together with full right to enter upon the property or such portion thereof as the Chief deems necessary for the construction, maintenance and repair of such lines.
(3) Compensation shall be paid to the owner of a mining property for any damage or loss sustained by reason of any entry on the property for the purpose set out in subsection (2).
(4) In case of any dispute respecting the compensation referred to in subsection (3), the amount thereof shall be determined by the Minister.
76. [Repealed, SOR/88-9, s. 25]
77. (1) Where a person holds a licence continuously for 25 years and submits to a Mining Recorder a sworn declaration to that effect, he shall be entitled to an honorary licence free of charge for the next subsequent year.
(2) Any person who has been granted an honorary licence pursuant to subsection (1) shall be entitled, on application to a Mining Recorder in each subsequent year, to an honorary licence free of charge for that year.
78. [Repealed, SOR/97-117, s. 4]
79. Any affidavit made under these Regulations may be taken before a Mining Recorder or any person duly authorized to administer oaths.
80. (1) Where the holder or a co-holder of a recorded claim for which no lease has been granted dies or is declared by a court of competent jurisdiction to be incapable of managing his affairs and notice thereof, satisfactory to the Mining Recorder, is filed with the Mining Recorder within 90 days of the date of such death or declaration, calculation of the time within which any thing is required by these Regulations to be done by such holder or co-holder with respect to that claim shall be suspended for a period commencing with the day of the death or of the declaration and ending on the third anniversary of such day or on the 30th day from the day the claim or interest therein is transferred to the person administering the estate of such holder or co-holder, whichever is the earlier.
(2) Where, prior to the filing with the Mining Recorder of the notice mentioned in subsection (1), land included in a recorded claim in which a person described in subsection (1) has an interest has been located in accordance with these Regulations by a locator who, in good faith, thought the claim had lapsed or been abandoned, the Mining Recorder may, on being satisfied that the administrator of the estate of that person has, within the time fixed by the Mining Recorder, paid an amount to the locator equal to the costs incurred by the locator in locating the claim, cancel the recording of the claim in the name of the locator and record the claim in the name of the administrator.
- SOR/2007-273, s. 30(F).
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