Split Lake Cree First Nation Flooded Land Act (S.C. 1994, c. 42). | Land Portal

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The present Act provides for compensation payment to the Split Lake Cree First Nation settling matters arising from the Flood Agreement of 16 December 1977. In particular, section 6 establishes that a claim provided for by the Flood Agreement may be exercised by: a) a member of the Split Lake Cree First Nation; b) the Council of the Split Lake Cree First Nation, or c) a body corporate or an unincorporated association to which the Flood Agreement applies. The text consists of 7 sections.

Implements: Northern Flood Agreement (1977-12-16)

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