CPTAQ inclusions and exclusions
Inclusions and exclusions come from applications for authorization submitted under the Act respecting the preservation of agricultural land and agricultural activities (LPTAA R.S.Q., c. P-41.1) for the inclusion of lots in the agricultural zone or the exclusion of lots from the agricultural zone. o The file of inclusions and exclusions represents polygons stemming from Commission decisions that change the boundaries of the agricultural zone. An inclusion adds an area to the agricultural area while an exclusion subtracts it. The boundaries of the agricultural zone are then the result of adding these decisions. o Decisions are distributed over time and there may be a partial or total overlap of an area resulting from inclusion and exclusion. In these cases, we must consider the result from the highest file number, which is the final result. · Source of inclusions and exclusions o The reference documents used as the basis for the digitization of decisions are: the Quebec Topographic Database (QTDB) at a scale of 1:20 ,000, the cadastral compilation at the scale 1:20 ,000, the Cadastre of Quebec, orthophotos and various plans. · Warning and limitations o All inclusion and exclusion files are also contained in the decision file. However, a decision leading to inclusion or exclusion will not take effect until it is registered with the Registry Office. Only then will the decision appear in the inclusions and exclusions file. Several months can pass between a decision and its registration. Failure to meet the conditions within the time limit, a decision will lapse. o With the progress of cadastral renovation, more and more territories in agricultural areas are dependent on the new cadastre. The renovated cadastre has the advantage of being more precise and better structured than the cadastral compilation. On the other hand, you should know that several decisions leading to inclusion or exclusion have been rendered and mapped on the cadastral compilation. Therefore, in order to limit the risks of misinterpretation, refer to the text of the decision and the attached plan if necessary to validate the positioning if necessary. Purpose: To have an overview of the decisions of the CPTAQ and to facilitate the processing of applications for authorization.This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).
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