7. (102) The Government shall, on receiving Cabinet approval to proceed to execute this Agreement, withdraw from disposition under the Territorial Lands Act, as quickly as possible: 

(a) the Inuvialuit land selections referred to in subsections 9(3) and (4), except 

(i) oil, gas and minerals included within oil, gas and mineral leases or permits referred to in Annex ,. except those surrendered to Canada between October 31, 1978 and the date of the execution of this Agreement, 

(ii) sand and gravel and 

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

(iii) the surface of the lands listed in Annexes Q and R; and 

(b) the Inuvialuit land selections referred to in subsection 9(5), except 

(i) oil, gas, related hydrocarbons, coal, native sulphur and minerals as defined in Annex M, 

(ii) sand and gravel, and

(iii) the surface of the lands listed in Annexes Q and R.

7. (103) Between the date of the execution of this Agreement and the coming into force of the Settlement Legislation, sand and gravel permits shall be issued in respect of Inuvialuit lands referred to in subsections 9(3) to (5) only on the basis of the provisions of subsections (27) to (42) or by Canada with the consent of COPE, but such consent shall not be unreasonably withheld in respect of the issuance of permits for sand and gravel from reasonable sources of supply to meet usual governmental needs. No sand and gravel permit shall be issued by Canada to a third party for a period longer than one year.

7. (104) Between the date of the execution of this Agreement and the coming into force of the Settlement Legislation, as oil, gas and mineral leases and permits referred to in subsection (102) terminate, Canada shall withdraw the lands that were subject to the leases and permits from further disposition. Those lands shall not be disposed of without the consent of COPE.

7. (105) Between the date of the execution of this Agreement and the coming into force of the Settlement Legislation, no surface rights shall be created by Canada with respect to Inuvialuit land selections referred to in subsections 9(3) to (5) without the consent of COPE, except as follows: 

(a) with respect to the surface leases and licences set out in Annex Q, the consent of COPE to any replacement thereof will first be sought, but if COPE withholds such consent, the Minister may issue a lease or licence for a term ending not later than December 31, 1984. Such lease or licence shall be issued on the condition that a Participation Agreement, as contemplated by section 10, will be entered into between COPE, Inuvialuit Land Administration and the applicant for the lease or licence, if COPE so requests; and

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(b) if the applicant and COPE cannot agree as to the terms of the Participation Agreement, the Minister may require, as a condition of issuing the lease or licence, that the applicant enter into a Participation Agreement containing any terms proposed by COPE, Inuvialuit Land Administration and the applicant that, in the opinion of the Minister, are reasonable and appropriate.

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

7. (106) No government reservations shall be created on Inuvialuit lands between the date of the execution of this Agreement and the coming into force of the Settlement Legislation without the consent of COPE. If at any time in the future those reservations or any portions thereof described in Annex R are no longer needed for the purpose for which they were being used as of October 31, 1978, they shall be terminated and removed as an encumbrance against the title of the Inuvialuit lands received under the Settlement Legislation.

7. (107) No lease or licence issued pursuant to subsection (105) without the consent of COPE shall extend beyond December 31, 1984, and no such lease or licence shall include any right to the renewal thereof.

7. (108) Between the date of the execution of this Agreement and the coming into force of the Settlement Legislation, with respect to the lands referred to in subsections 9(3) to (5), where any surface lease or licence ceases or expires, and where the Minister does not replace the surface lease or licence provided by subsection (105), the lands covered by the lease or licence shall be withdrawn from further disposition if COPE so requests. Those lands shall not be disposed of without the consent of COPE.

7. (109) From the date of the coming into force of the Settlement Legislation, no further surface rights on Inuvialuit lands shall be created other than by the Inuvialuit, and the Inuvialuit shall have the full rights of ownership as provided by the Settlement Legislation with respect to those lands, subject to existing surface rights.

7. (110) The withdrawal of lands from disposition pursuant to subsection (102) shall continue until revoked by Order in Council.

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

7. (111) Prior to the coming into force of the Settlement Legislation, no revocation of the withdrawal referred to in subsection (110) shall be made without the consent of COPE.

7. (112) Subsection (111) does not apply after March 27, 1986.