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Archaeological Sites Regulations
made under Section 16 of the
Conservation Easements Act
S.N.S. 2001, c. 28
O.I.C. 2007-106 (February 26, 2007), N.S. Reg. 64/2007
1 These regulations may be cited as the Archaeological Sites Regulations.
2 In these regulations,
(a) “Act” means the Conservation Easements Act;
(b) “recognized archaeological site” means land that has been documented and recognized as part of the Maritime Archaeological Resource Inventory as maintained by the Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage.[Note: the reference to the Department of Tourism, Culture and Heritage has been udpated in accordance with Order in Council 2011-15 under the Public Service Act, R.S.N.S. 1989, c. 376, effective January 11, 2011.]
Conservation easement for recognized archaeological site
3 A conservation easement may be granted under the Act for the purpose of protecting, restoring or enhancing land that is a recognized archaeological site.