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  • 373.72 If, in the opinion of the registrar, a person empowered to administer a Nisga’a law has produced satisfactory evidence of a contravention of that law and a prohibition is considered necessary to prevent improper dealing in a parcel of Nisga’a Lands covered by an indefeasible title, the registrar has the power to lodge a caveat under section 285 to prohibit dealing with that land.

1999-2-47, effective May 11, 2000 (B.C. Reg. 146/2000).