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Copper-in-Concentrate Exemption Order, 2013
(Filed March 27, 2031)
Under the authority of section 31.1 of the Mineral Act, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council makes the following Order.
2. (1) In this order
(a) "Act" means the Mineral Act ; and
"development agreement" means the Development Agreement made as of
Suspension of exemption
4. (1) Notwithstanding section 3, the right of the proponent to ship copper-in-concentrate from the province shall be suspended where a term of the development agreement provides for the suspension for a failure of the proponent to fulfil an obligation under the development agreement, or for another reason provided for in the development agreement, and a notice, where one is required in the circumstances, has been given by the government to the proponent.
(2) Where the failure of the proponent, or the other reason, giving rise to the suspension of the proponent's right to ship copper-in-concentrate from the province under this Order has been remedied as provided for under the development agreement, the proponent may resume the shipments.
Order continues in force
5. Notwithstanding section 3, this Order shall continue in force until it is rescinded or repealed
(a) as contemplated in section 4.14.3 of the development agreement; or
NLR 10/09 Rep.
The Copper-in-Concentrate Exemption Order