Definition of Tenures

  1. Tenures means, with respect to Company, all forest licenses, tree farm licenses, timber sale licenses, timber quotas, pulpwood agreements and other forms of agreements granting harvesting rights under the Forest Act, or similar legislation in any other jurisdictions, held by it and its subsidiaries;

Examples of Tenures in a sentence

  1. Any Coal Tenures so abandoned or transferred shall cease to be subject to this Agreement, except with respect to obligations or liabilities theretofore accrued.
  2. Tenures have been surveyed in accordance with appropriate regulatory requirements.

Definition of Tenures in Arrangement Agreement

Tenures means, with respect to Company, all forest licenses, tree farm licenses, timber sale licenses, timber quotas, pulpwood agreements and other forms of agreements granting harvesting rights under the Forest Act, or similar legislation in any other jurisdictions, held by it and its subsidiaries;