b. these parties have negotiated an agreement or the case is decided by arbitration v. If the parties are unable to reach an agreement on the provision of additional or replacement rights or other appropriate remedies, the provision of these additional or alternative rights or remedies is determined in accordance with the third phase of the dispute resolution chapter. ii. that, in the absence of an agreement, the matter will be definitively decided by arbitration in the dispute resolution chapter; and (5) The Minister publishes in the Official Journal the tax treaty and any agreement amending the tax treaty. 2. Subsection (1) does not apply to the Section 7 purchase agreement or to the agreements covered by Section 43 of the Environmental Assessment Act. 6.1 (1) In this section, «tax treaties» refer to indecency 21 to 23 of the «Taxes» section of the Nisg`a, 1998, and contains an amendment to the tax treaty, which is carried out in accordance with the provisions of the tax treaty , when the amending agreement, which establishes Amendment 10.05 in accordance with the property tax agreement, can be paid by the Minister responsible for administering the Finance Administration Act to the Nisg`a nation for a fiscal year. which is called a «surplus» in section 12.3 of the property tax agreement. «provincial requirement authority,» the same meaning as in the property tax agreement; In the early 1970s, successive court proceedings confirmed that Aboriginal rights and titles were legal rights and existed, whether governments recognized them or not.
In 1982, Act 35 contained a provision that recognizes and upholds existing Aboriginal and contractual rights. In 1983, an amendment was introduced to clarify that it includes rights in land agreements. (b) except to the extent of Article 5.8 of the property tax agreement, the tax law (rural area) is considered to be amended at the time the agreement or arbitrator`s decision comes into force. 47. Canada or British Columbia may provide Nisg`a government information with confidence if Nisg`a Government of Lisims has entered into a law or has entered into an agreement with Canada or British Columbia to protect the confidentiality of the information. May 27, 1998, signed by Joseph Gosnell, Nelson Leeson and Edmond Wright of the Nisg`a Nation and By Premier Glen Clark for the Province of British Columbia. Jane Stewart, then Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, signed the agreement for the Canadian federal government on May 4, 1999. 34.
If a higher court in a province, the Federal Court of Canada or the Supreme Court of Canada, finally finds that all Aboriginal people who are not the Nisg`a`a nation have rights under Section 35 of the Constitution Act of 1982 that are affected by a provision of that agreement: The Nisga`a Treaty is a negotiated agreement between the Nisga`a Nation , the Government of British Columbia (B.C.) and the Government of Canada.