Felling Licence Agreements
(5) If, after the refusal of a felling authorisation in accordance with Article 10(5), the competent forestry authority [F25` notifies the owner of the trees retrospectively that he is prepared to grant an authorisation, the calculation of the compensation to be paid as a result of the prior refusal does not take into account damage occurring after notification. However, if you are still not satisfied with the conditions of your fishing licence, you can contact the Minister responsible for forests. You must do so in accordance with the information on your slaughter certificate. If you do not follow them, your objection will not be accepted. (6) If the competent forestry authority [F17] refuses to grant a reproduction authorisation, it must inform the applicant in writing of the reasons for the refusal. A forest management plan approved by the CF may contain a 10-year case licence to perform the operations agreed to in your plan. The CF strongly recommends that you follow this option if you regularly cultivate your forest. For more information on developing a management plan and applying for a grant, visit the CF website. 1. The following provisions shall apply where the expropriation authority [F32] is subject to an application for a marketing authorisation and refers to the felling of trees in accordance with an exploitation plan or other work plan drawn up by [F32 forestry authority] under a forest allocation agreement F33. has been approved or otherwise approved in writing for the purposes of this Section. (7) In the case of an application for authorisation to cut down for trees situated on land which has been the subject of an F24 forest allocation agreement.
are, and the authorization is refused, no violation of the F24 agreement. is considered to have occurred on the basis of something that was done or not as a result of the refusal. (3) Subsection (1) above does not apply to the felling of trees by a person on land in his profession or occupied by a tenant by him – England F14. where the installation is carried out in England F15…; [F10 “electricity operator” means a licensee within the meaning of Part I of the Electricity Act 1989, who may exercise the powers conferred on him by paragraph 9 (tree sliding) of shedule 4 of this Act; It is therefore necessary to take special precautions to minimise the risk of spreading slaughter operations when larch trees that have or may have the disease are slaughtered. . . .