Fisheries and Land Resources

Forms and Applications

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  • Application for Crown Lands PDF (135 KB)
    This form is to be used by all individuals wishing to apply for Crown land. An application fee of $150.00 plus HST is required.
  • Application for Consent and Notice of Assignment of Lease/Licence PDF (322 KB)
    To transfer/assign a lease or licence from one individual to another, this form must be fully completed by the seller(s) and the purchaser(s). An assignment application fee of $200.00 is required, and all lease/licence rental fees must be paid up to date.
  • Application for Grant Pursuant to Lease PDF (496 KB)
    This form is required if you are the holder of a lease/licence and you wish to convert to a freehold grant. Please submit the completed application form directly to one of the regional offices along with an application processing fee of $150.00 plus HST.
  • Application for Renewal of Lease/Licence PDF (365 KB)
    This form is to be completed if you are a licence holder and your licence has expired. There is no application fee to renew, but all rentals must be paid up to date.
  • Application for Grant of Land - Squatter's Rights PDF (299 KB)
    This form is to be completed if you are applying to obtain a grant under Section 36 of the Lands Act. An application fee of $150.00 is required.
  • Notice of Intent PDF (308 KB)
    This form must be completed and published in the Newfoundland and Labrador Gazette if your Crown lands' application includes land within 15 metres of a lake, pond, seashore or foreshore or along each bank of a river. For example, this form would be needed if you are applying to construct a boathouse, wharf, slipway, airplane hangar or recreational trail. The Notice of Intent must be published in the Gazette within 21 days of submitting your application to the Agriculture and Lands Branch, Fisheries and Land Resources.

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