Timber Regulations, 1993
(a) any proposed cutting and removal of timber in a particular forest area or portion thereof;
(b) any information respecting the cutting and removal of timber that is relevant or that an applicant is required to supply;
(c) the date by which an applicant shall apply for a permit; and
(d) the name and address of the forestry officer to whom an application for a permit is to be directed.
(2) An applicant may apply for a permit in writing or in person to the forestry officer referred to in paragraph (1)(d).
(3) Subject to subsections (4) and (5), a forestry officer shall issue a permit to an applicant who
(a) if the applicant previously cut and removed timber under a permit issued or an agreement made pursuant to these Regulations, did not contravene the terms or conditions of that permit or agreement;
(b) applies within the time limit therefor; and
(c) if two or more applicants meet the criteria set out in paragraphs (a) and (b), has been selected by the drawing of lots.
(4) Before a forestry officer issues a permit to an applicant, the applicant shall pay to the Receiver General, by cheque or cash, the fees calculated by the forestry officer pursuant to section 6.
(5) A forestry officer shall not issue a permit to an applicant if the aggregate of the fees to be paid by the applicant exceeds $2,000 per fiscal year per forest area.
(6) A permit shall set out
(a) the forest area or portion thereof in which the timber is to be cut and removed;
(b) the approximate amount and the species of timber that the permit holder may cut;
(c) the means by which the timber is to be measured; and
(d) such terms and conditions respecting the cutting and removal of the timber for the protection of the forest area.
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