Maa-Nulth Agreement

`resource allocation agreement` means the agreement setting out the arrangements for obtaining the amount of resources invoiced, signed by the Parties and in force on the date of entry into force as amended from time to time; (b) make every right to designate representatives of negotiators with sufficient powers to reach an agreement or with appropriate access to that power; and 13.30.4 At the request of a Maa-nullth First Nation government, British Columbia and that Maa-nullth First Nation government will negotiate and attempt to reach an agreement to allow that Maa-nulth First Nation government to establish standards for buildings and structures in accordance with their Maa-nulth First Nation Act, which are or differ from the standards of the British Columbia Building Code. 19.6.2 Canada and British Columbia will recommend to Parliament or.dem Parliament that the tax treatment agreement be effective and legally valid under federal and provincial legislation. b. contain a summary of the details of the differences of opinion; and 20.2.3 Notwithstanding the five-year period set out in 20.2.2b, if delivery of the Maa-nulth First Nation artifacts has not occurred within four years of the effective date, Maa-nulth First Nation and the Canadian Museum of Civilization will negotiate and attempt, at the request of the applicable Maa-nulth First Nation, to negotiate an agreement on the extension of this period for a further period of five years: to reach an agreement. 13.20.5 At the request of that Maa-nullth First Nation or British Columbia Government, the applicable Maa-nulth First Nation and British Columbia will negotiate and attempt to: an agreement on the provision of a Class 12 kindergarten proposed by that Maa-nulth First Nation Government or its Maa-nulth First Nation Public Institutions: 2.11.6 If the provincial expropriation authority and the applicable First Nation refer to the value of the expropriation nsen disagree that either Maa-nulth First Nation or British Columbia can finally put the question to the final decision through arbitration under Chapter 25 of Dispute Resolution, without having to go through the first and second phases. A disagreement on the value of the expropriated interest does not delay the expropriation. 8.4.14 If Ka:`yu:`k`t`h`h`/Che:k`tles7et`h` First Nations and British Columbia are unable to: agree on changes to the boundaries of Brooks Peninsula Provincial Park or Tahsish-Kwois Provincial Park in accordance with point 8.4.13, British Columbia or First Nations Ka:`yu:`k`t`h`/Che:k`tles7 and`h`h may definitively determine the matter under Chapter 25 of Dispute Resolution by Arbitration; Without them having to continue. Levels 1 and 2. 19.5.6 Where a Maa-nulth First Nation government collects a tax within the Maa-nulth First Nation Lands and enters into a tax treaty with Canada or British Columbia to that effect, as provided for in point 19.2.1, 19.5.2 does not apply to the extent that the Maa-nulth First Nation Government, Canada or British Columbia collects, as applicable, a tax set out in the relevant tax treaty, the citizens of Maa-nulth First Nation and other Indians within the applicable Maa-nulth First Nation country of the first nation. 18.1.10 Any funding necessary for the purposes of the fiscal financing agreement or other agreement entered into as a result of negotiations necessary or authorized under a provision of this Agreement and providing for financial commitments by a Party shall be subject to the use of resources: 11.15.1 The Parties may negotiate agreements for the application of federal law, Provincial Law or First Nation Maa-nulth Act with respect to wildlife. .

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