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National Parks of Canada Water and Sewer Regulations

Version of section 15 from 2010-06-17 to 2024-02-06:

  •  (1) Every owner of a lot located in Kootenay National Park of Canada or Fundy National Park of Canada shall

    • (a) inform the superintendent of that park of the number of rooms — excluding any halls, vestibules, bathrooms, pantries or closets — the floor area of those rooms and the use of any buildings on the lot for the purposes of determining the annual quantity charge for water or sewerage payable by the owner; and

    • (b) if the lot is connected to the park water system, pay an annual quantity charge for water at the rate set out in Schedule IV or VIII, as the case may be.

    • (c) [Repealed, SOR/2010-140, s. 8]

  • (2) Every owner of a lot located in Kootenay National Park of Canada shall

    • (a) if the lot is connected to the park water or sewer system, pay an annual service connection charge at the rate set out in Schedule IV;

    • (a.1) if the lot is connected to the park sewer system, pay an annual quantity charge for the sewer at the rate set out in Schedule IV; and

    • (b) if the lot is connected to the park water or sewer system and the lot fronts or abuts on a street along which a water main or sewer main has been laid, pay

      • (i) an annual general assessment charge, based on the assessed value of the lot, at the rate set out in Schedule IV, and

      • (ii) an annual special assessment charge for water and sewerage, based on the frontage and the area of the lot, at the rate set out in Schedule IV.

  • (3) For the purposes of subsections (1) and (2), in determining the frontage of a lot,

    • (a) the frontage of a lot fronting or abutting on only one street is the length of the side of the lot that fronts or abuts on that street;

    • (b) the frontage of a lot fronting or abutting on two or more streets along which water mains have been laid and from one of which a connection has been made is the length of the side of the lot that fronts or abuts on the street from which the connection was made;

    • (c) notwithstanding paragraph (b), the frontage of a corner lot at an intersection of water mains is the length of the longest side of the lot plus 25 feet, except that where the shortest side of the lot is less than 25 feet in length, the frontage is the aggregate of the longest and shortest sides;

    • (d) notwithstanding paragraph (c), the frontage of a lot fronting or abutting on two or more streets along which water mains have been laid and from more than one of which connections have been made is twice the length of the longest side of the lot;

    • (e) for the purposes of paragraphs (a) to (d), the frontage of a lot the sides of which are not parallel is that number of feet that bears the same ratio to the frontage in feet of the nearest rectangular lot in the same block as the square root of the area of the irregular lot is to the square root of the area of the rectangular lot; and

    • (f) notwithstanding paragraphs (a) to (e), where a lot has no buildings, or where each building on the lot has a floor area of less than 300 square feet, and the lot forms part of a group of lots, having a combined frontage, calculated under those paragraphs, of more than 200 feet, each of which is being used in connection with a single enterprise, the frontage of the lot is one-half the amount determined under any of paragraphs (a) to (e).

  • SOR/88-38, s. 7(F)
  • SOR/93-165, s. 3
  • SOR/96-171, s. 4
  • SOR/99-149, s. 1
  • SOR/2001-320, ss. 8, 20(F)
  • SOR/2010-140, s. 8

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