First Nations Sample Clauses

First Nations. To the best knowledge of Grandview, the Mineral Properties are not subject to any claims, rights or interest, and do not encroach or adjoin any lands or territory, of any First Nation Entity. The proposed transfer of the Mineral Properties and all activities contemplated under this Agreement to be conducted in connection with the Mineral Properties, including, without limitation, exploration, development and exploitation activities, do not obligate any Government Authority to consult with, and accommodate the aboriginal interests of, any First Nation Entity.
First Nations. Except as disclosed in Schedule 3.1(14) of the NovaGold Disclosure Letter, neither the Vendor nor either NovaGold Sub nor, to the knowledge of the Vendor, GCP or the Operator, has received any notice of a claim from any First Nation alleging the Project or the Copper Canyon Property violates or infringes their Aboriginal title, Aboriginal rights or treaty land entitlement. The Vendor has disclosed to the Purchaser the nature and substance of any material written or material verbal communications, negotiations or consultation with any First Nations with respect to the Project or the Copper Canyon Property, which to the Knowledge of the Vendor was received in the 5 years prior to the date hereof.
First Nations. 8.14.1 During the Contract Period the Concessionaire at its expense will comply with and perform the First Nations Requirements and satisfy and fulfil all of the First Nations Obligations.
First Nations. There have been no First Nations Claims received by Seller Parent, the Seller or any of their Affiliates in respect of the Project or any Project Real Property, and to the actual Knowledge of Seller Parent, no threat has been made of any First Nation Claim directly to Seller Parent, the Seller or any of their Affiliates in respect of the Project or any Project Real Property which a person, acting reasonably, would perceive as a materially adverse threat to the operation or value of the Project. There are no agreements, whether written or oral, which have been entered into by the Seller Parent or the Seller with any First Nation in respect of the Project or any Project Real Property.
First Nations. Within the Boundary TSA, there are no documented First Nations reserves or communities. The Okanagan Nation Alliance has identified the entire TSA as their traditional territory, and the Shuswap First Nation has identified a portion within the north part of TSA as part of their traditional territory. These First nations groups have been actively participating in TSA forest management planning at various levels.
First Nations. (a) Neither Company nor any of its Subsidiaries has received notice that their respective businesses, operations, permits or assets are subject to any, and to the knowledge of Company, there are no, material current or pending unresolved First Nations’ Claims that would reasonably be expected to have, individually or in the aggregate, a Material Adverse Effect on Company.
First Nations. Except as disclosed in Section 3.1(o) of the Disclosure Letter: (i) the Seller has not received written notice that the Business or Purchased Assets are subject to any, and to the knowledge of the Seller, there are no, material current or pending unresolved First Nations’ Claims; (ii) the Seller has not entered into any written or oral arrangements or agreements with any First Nation to provide benefits, pecuniary or otherwise, with respect to the Business and the Purchased Assets; and (iii) the Seller has not offered to any First Nation any benefits with respect to the Business or the Purchased Assets, or engaged in discussions, negotiations or similar communications with any First Nation regarding the foregoing. To the knowledge of the Seller, no consultations or discussions occurred or where carried out between a Governmental Entity and a First Nation in connection with any Timber Supply Guarantee granted to the Seller.