2. Any agreement, agreement, approval or wooden licence or any combination of two or more of these elements, whether concluded, issued or concluded before or after the entry into force of this subsection, is and must, to the extent that it exists, without effect, limit or limit or limit the amounts to be paid to the State. for wood cut under the wood licence or a wood licence and scaled to levels below the relevant stumbling blocks identified by reference to Part 7 of the Forest Act, as amended from time to time. 2 (1) If applicable, the rights have expired since March 31, 1995 by the holder of a wooden licence: 5 Except under Section 2, this Act does not alter the legal effect of a wooden licence. (i) any agreement, agreement or authorization that concerns h) a wooden licence with respect to royalties, stumbling blocks or both, the “wooden licensee,” a person eligible for a wooden licence, a person who claims the right through the holder of a wooden licence and a successor or transfer to the right of one of them; (b) the right to pay the crown licence for wood harvested under the wood licence, because (a) the right exists to pay the crown either royalties or stumbling blocks for wood harvested under the timber licence, in accordance with Section 23 of the Forest Act, R.S.B.C 1979 , about 140; “wood licence,” a wooden licence under the Forest Act, 4 No legal action, the annulment of Section 23 of the Forest Act, R.S.B.C 1979, approx. 140, by section 2 of the Forest Amendment Act, 1995, s.B.C. 1995, v. 24, 7 sections 1 to 3, came into effect on April 1. , 1995 and are retroactive, to the extent necessary, to make sections 1 to 3 effective at and after that date.
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. “cutting licence,” a copy of the Forest Act and a reduction licence issued under the Forest Act, R.S.B.C.