13. (1) When a lease is cancelled or expires and there are no arrears of rent or taxes, the lessee may, within three months thereof, remove any buildings or other structures owned by him that may be on the lands or the portion thereof withdrawn from the lease.
(2) Where a lessee described in subsection (1) does not remove his buildings or other structures within three months of the expiration or cancellation of a lease, a land agent for the area in which the lands leased are located shall make an appraisal of the buildings or other structures that have been left on the lands by the lessee and the Superintendent may direct the sale of the same by public auction.
(3) Where the buildings or other structures described in subsection (2) have been offered for sale by public auction and have not been sold, the Superintendent may authorize the disposal thereof by private sale.
(4) From the proceeds realized from the sale of a building or any other structure under this section, the land agent shall, after deducting any expenses of sale and any arrears of rent and taxes, pay to the former lessee the balance remaining from that sale.
14. (1) A lessee who wishes to assign his lease shall pay all outstanding rent and furnish the Department with a properly executed unconditional assignment, in duplicate, of the lease together with the registration fee set out in the schedule and a certificate from the proper official of the Territorial Government, municipality or other local authority that all taxes on the territorial lands covered by the assignment have been paid.
(2) No assignment of a lease that is not approved by the Superintendent is binding on the Crown.
15. A lease of territorial lands for grazing purposes shall contain a covenant that the lessee shall not during the term of the lease use or allow to be used any part of the lands leased to him for any purpose other than grazing purposes.
16. (1) Every person who is a resident in a Territory to which these Regulations apply may each year, without permission of the Superintendent, cut on territorial lands not more than five tons of hay for each head of livestock owned by him.
(2) Hay cut pursuant to subsection (1) shall not be sold or bartered.
- SOR/2003-116, s. 15.
17. The fees set out in Column II of the schedule are payable for the services set out in Column I thereof.
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