« wooden licensee, » a person eligible for a wooden licence, a person who is entitled through the holder of a wood licence and a successor or assignment of one of them; (i) any agreement, agreement or authorization in compliance with (a) the right to pay either royalties or stumbling blocks to the crown for wood harvested under the timber licence, in accordance with the provisions of Section 23 of the Forest Act, R.S.B.C 1979, about 140; (h) a wooden licence for royalties, stumbling blocks or both, 2. Any agreement, agreement, authorization or permit in wood or any combination of two or more of these elements, whether issued, issued or concluded before or after this subsection comes into force, is and has always been inoperative to the extent that it is limited or limited. , or, allegedly, to limit the amounts to be paid to the government for timber cut under the timber licence or, as part of a wood licence, to amounts that fall under the relevant conditions set out in reference to Part 7 of the Forest Act, as amended from time to time. « Wood licence » is defined as a forest licence under the Forest Act and b) the right to pay the crown licence for timber harvested under the timber licence, since the Act does not alter the legal effect of a wood licence, with the exception of section 2. 2 (1) The rights of the holder of a wooden licence, which expire at the end of the March 31, 1995 deadline, are extinguished: 3 Nothing in this Act or in the Forest Amendment Act, 1995, p. . B.C. 1995, about 24, does not create a right to reparation. (e) repeal of Section 23 of the Forest Act; R.S.B.C. 1979, approximately 140, by Section 2 of the Forest Amendment Act, 1995, p. . B.C. 1995, c.
24, f) the amendments to the Forest Amendment Act, 1995, if.B.C 1995, to 24, since they relate to royalties, stolpers or both, (2) This Act cannot be construed as having a retroactive or non-retroactive effect, since this issue is not explicitly mentioned. 6 (1) This Act must apply to any act or procedure, whether it is initiated before, on the day or after the date on which the Act obtains royal approval. v) any combination of 2 or more of the items referred to in points (i) to iv) in this article. 4 There is nothing, and there is no prosecution or prosecution against the government. . « cutting licence, » a reduction licence issued under the Forest Act and a reduction licence issued under the Forest Act, R.S.B.C. 1979, or about 140, within the meaning of the pre-Forest Act 1 act; (i) an election under Section 23 of the Forest Act, R.S.B.C. 1979, approximately 140, « former temporary mandate, » a former temporary term within the meaning of Section 1 of the Forest Act, R.S.B.C 1979, approximately 140; 7 Sections 1 to 3 are considered to have come into force on April 1, 1995 and are retroactive, as required, to make Sections 1 to 3 effective to and after that date.