Nunavut Mining Regulations
Marginal note:Recording of documents
82 (1) The Mining Recorder must record
(a) every judgment or order relating to the ownership of a recorded claim or a lease made by a court of competent jurisdiction, the Minister, the Supervising Mining Recorder or the Mining Recorder;
(b) in respect of the recorded claims and leases that constitute a mining property or an interest in that property, a notice of any mining royalties payable that have not been paid within 30 days after
(i) the delivery to the Chief of a mining royalty return in respect of that property or interest, or
(ii) when a notice of assessment or reassessment has been sent under subsection 75(1) or (2), the date of the notice of assessment or reassessment, unless a request for review of the assessment or reassessment has been made under section 84; and
(c) on the payment of the applicable fee set out in Schedule 1, every other document filed in relation to a recorded claim or a lease.
Marginal note:Recording considered to give notice
(2) All persons are considered to have received notice of every document recorded under subsection (1) as of the date of the recording of the document.
Marginal note:Transfer subject to encumbrances
(3) A transfer of a recorded claim or a lease, or any interest in either, is subject to all judgments, orders, liens and other encumbrances that were recorded against the claim or lease, or any interest in them, at the time of the recording of the transfer.
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