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Tree Farm Licence 45




Appendix 1:


BC Forest Act, section 7

Section 7 of the Forest Act reads as follows:

Allowable annual cut

7. (1) The chief forester must determine an allowable annual cut before December 31, 1996, and after that determination at least once every 5 years after the date of the last determination, for

then, with respect to that timber supply area or tree farm licence area, as the case may be, the chief forester is not required to make the determination under subsection (1) of this section before December 31, 1996, or within 5 years after the last determination, but is required to make the determination

the chief forester must determine an allowable annual cut at least once every 5 years from the date the allowable annual cut under subsection (1) of this section is effective under section 7.1 (6).

(1.12) If the allowable annual cut for the tree farm licence area is reduced under section 7.1 (3), the chief forester is not required to make the determination under subsection (1) or (1.1) of this section at the times set out in subsection (1) or (1.1) (c) or (d), but must make that determination within one year after the chief forester determines that the holder is in compliance with section 7.1 (2).

(1.2) [Repealed 1994-39-2.]

(1.3) In determining an allowable annual cut under this section the chief forester may specify portions of the allowable annual cut attributable to

(2) The regional manager or district manager shall determine a volume of timber to be harvested under a woodlot licence during each year or other period of its term, according to the licence.

(3) In determining an allowable annual cut under this section the chief forester, despite anything to the contrary in an agreement listed in section 10, shall consider

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