7. (5) The Inuvialuit shall, by virtue of the Settlement Legislation, be granted a total of 35,000 square miles of land, plus or minus a margin of error of 1 %. If the final ground survey shows a square mileage in excess of 35,350, the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation or Inuvialuit Land Corporation shall promptly reconvey to Canada an area of paragraph (1)(b) land equal to the excess. If the final ground survey shows a square mileage less than 34,650, Canada shall promptly convey to the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation or Inuvialuit Land Corporation an area of paragraph (1)(b) land equal to the deficiency. These adjustments shall be made utilizing land located in the Wynniatt Region adjustment area shown in Annex K-6.

As amended by P.C. 1987-26, January 15, 1987

7. (6) Legal descriptions for paragraphs (1)(a) and (1)(b) lands, being those referred to in Annexes F-l, F-2, G-1, G-2, H-1, H-6, I-1, I-5, J-1, J-5, K-1 and K-5, have been accepted by the parties. The legal descriptions may be modified by mutual consent of the parties to ensure that the descriptions accord with the results of the ground survey.  The Registrar of Land Titles shall issue a certificate of title, or such certificates of title as the Registrar deems administratively appropriate, upon application by the Inuvialuit Land Corporation.

As amended by P.C. 2004-337, March 30, 2004

7. (7) Canada shall, at its expense, undertake to complete the necessary ground surveys if and as needed as quickly as possible following the execution of this Agreement.

7. (8) In any ground surveys, all parallels of latitude identified in the land descriptions of selections under this Agreement are to be determined in such a manner that they are parallel with boundaries of grid areas as defined by the Canada Oil and Gas Land Regulations.

7. (9) Canada shall, to the extent legally possible, make available to the Inuvialuit Land Administration records regarding resources information related to substances owned by the Inuvialuit pursuant to paragraphs (1)(a) and (1)(b). For greater certainty, this subsection applies to lands where there are existing alienations referred to in Annexes P, Q and R.

7. (10) If Canada is exploring for or producing resources to which it retains title in a given area and the Inuvialuit are not exploring for or producing resources to which they have title in that area, the Inuvialuit shall renounce and release Canada from any and all claims, suits or demands far alleged damage or loss arising from disturbance of their resources.

7. (11) If the Inuvialuit are exploring for or producing resources to which they retain title in a given area and Canada is not exploring for or producing resources to which it has title in that area, Canada shall renounce and release the Inuvialuit from any and all claims, suits or demands for alleged damage or loss arising from disturbance of its resources.

7. (12) If. from time to time, both Canada and the Inuvialuit are exploring for or producing their respective resources, they shall make every effort to respect each other's interests. If a conflict arises, they shall use their best efforts, during a period of ninety (90) days from notice of commencement given by either parry to the other, to negotiate a work program protecting their respective interests. In the event of failure to conclude a mutually acceptable work program within this period, either party may refer the issue to the Arbitration Board pursuant to section 18.