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CHAPTER 500

OF THE

REVISED STATUTES, 1989

amended 1992, c. 14, s. 53; 1993, c. 19, s. 3; 1994-95, c. 1, s.176(14)


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An Act Respecting
Water and Watercourses

Short title

1 This Act may be cited as the Water Act. R.S., c. 500, s. 1.

2 repealed 1994-95, c. 1, s. 176(14).

3 (1) repealed 1994-95, c. 1, s. 176(14).

Extinguishment of interest of Crown

(2) All the right, title and interest of Her Majesty in right of the Province under this Act in the lands described in the Schedule to this Act are [is] extinguished. R.S., c. 500, s. 3; 1994-95, c. 1, s. 176(14).

4 to 23 repealed 1994-95, c. 1, s. 176(14).

SCHEDULE

ALL that certain lot, piece or parcel of land and land covered with water situate, lying and being at Garden Lots, in the County of Lunenburg and Province of Nova Scotia, Canada, more particularly bounded and described as follows:

BEGINNING at a point marked by an iron bolt set in a concrete block at the mean high water mark of the Northern shore of the Eel Pond, which said point marks the southeastern corner of property of Lillian Pearl Lohnes and the southwestern corner of the southern extremity of an old abandoned road leading to the said Eel Pond; Thence in Generally northeasterly, southeasterly and southwesterly directions along the several and varying courses of the mean high water mark of the shore of Eel Pond to the northwestern side of a causeway and road leading across the Eeel [Eel] Pond to properties of Wallace Meisner; Thence in a southerly direction to a point marked by the intersection of the southeastern side of said causeway and road with the mean high water mark of the Eel Ponds northern shore, and continuing along the several and varying courses of the said mean high water mark of the shore of the Eel Pond in eastwardly, southwestwardly, eastwardly, southwestwardly, southeastwardly, northeastwardly, southeastwardly and southwestwardly directions to the Northern side of a causeway and road recently constructed; Thence across the last mentioned road in a southerly direction to the southern side of the said road at its intersection with the mean high water mark on the shore of the Eel Pond, and continuing in generally southeasterly, southerly, westerly and northeasterly directions along the several and varying courses of the mean high water mark of the shore of the Eel Pond to the southern side of the last mentioned causeway and road; Thence in a westerly direction to the northwestern side of said road at its intersection with the mean high water mark on the shore of the Eel Pond and continuing in generally westerly, northwesterly, easterly, northeasterly, northerly, southwesterly and northwestwardly directions along the several and varying courses of the mean high water mark of the shore of the Eel Pond to a point marked by a wooden stake driven in the ground on the southwestern shore of the inlet to and the outlet from the Eel Pond to Lunenburg Harbour; Thence North 14-48'-24" east across said inlet and outlet a distance of 82.69 feet more or less or to a point marked by a stake driven in the ground on the northern shore of the said inlet and outlet; Thence in generally easterly, northeastwardly and northwestwardly directions along the several courses of the Eel Pond to the southern side of the first mentioned causeway; Thence crossing said causeway in a northerly direction to a point marked by the intersection of the northern side of the causeway with the southern shore of the Eel Pond at mean high water mark; Thence northwestwardly, southwestwardly and southerly to the northeastern extremity of the western inlet to and outlet from Lunenburg Harbour at a point marked by a stake driven in the ground; Thence south 75-36'-06" west 257.66 feet more or less to the southwestern extremity of said inlet and outlet at a point marked by a stake driven in the ground; Thence in generally northerly, westwardly, southwestwardly, eastwardly, southerly, eastwardly, southerly, westwardly, northerly and northeastwardly directions along the several courses of the mean high water mark of the shore of the Eel Pond to the place of beginning, being known and described as the "Eel Pond" and being the land and land covered with water shown on the Plan of Survey of the said Eel Pond made by Errol B. Hebb, P.L.S., dated at Bridgewater, N.S., the 16th day of September, A.D., 1961, and containing 66.3 acres more or less.

R.S., c. 500, Sch.

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