Definition of Tenures


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;
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Examples of Tenures in a sentence

The Whiteman Property consists of 5 Mineral Tenures totaling 1,736.825 hectares located on Whiteman Creek in the Vernon Mining Division, 25 km south west from Vernon British Columbia.
The Whiteman Property consisted of 5 Mineral Tenures totaling 1,736.825 hectares located on Whiteman Creek in the Vernon Mining Division, 25 km south west from Vernon British Columbia.
Tenures Tenure refers to the conditions under which land or buildings are held or occupied.
The Blunt Mountain Property consists of 22 Mineral Tenures totaling 9,934.522 hectares located in the Omineca Mining Division, 25 km east southeast from Hazelton British Columbia.
The Mt. Blunt property now consists of 8 Mineral Tenures totaling 3,304 hectares located in the Omineca Mining Division of B.C. Zab Resources Inc.