Yukon First Nations Land Claims Settlement Act
Marginal note:Status of Enrollment Commission
11 (1) For the purposes of carrying out its objectives, the Enrollment Commission established on July 1, 1989 has the capacity, rights, powers and privileges of a natural person.
(2) The Enrollment Commission is deemed to have had, since it was established, the jurisdiction, power and authority provided by final agreements, other than the powers referred to in subsection (3).
Marginal note:Power to compel evidence
(3) The Enrollment Commission has the powers provided in the Public Inquiries Act (Yukon), as amended from time to time, to direct and compel the production of documents and the attendance of witnesses, other than a minister of the Crown in right of Canada or a member of the Executive Council, as defined in the Interpretation Act (Yukon), as amended from time to time.
(4) An order or decision of the Enrollment Commission made before or after this Act comes into force may be filed in the Supreme Court of the Yukon Territory, and when so filed may be enforced as an order of that Court.
Marginal note:Enrollment committees
(5) An enrollment committee established by a first nation has the powers required to carry out its responsibilities as referred to in final agreements.
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