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Consolidated Newfoundland Regulation 1996
Under the authority of section 4 of the Provincial Parks Act and the Subordinate Legislation Revision and Consolidation Act, the Lieutenant‑Governor in Council proclaims the area described in the Schedule to be a provincial park.
All that piece or parcel of land situate and being at Point LaHaye in the province, abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:
Beginning at a point at low water mark extending along the northerly shore of LaHaye Pond, that point being distant 95.5 metres as measured on a bearing of south 65° 29' west from the southerly end of a culvert crossing the road extending between the main highway and the Point LaHaye Lighthouse Site;
Then running by the western extremity of an access road leading to the beach north 8° 46' west 18.9 metres;
Then running by land claimed by N. St. Croix south 71° 49' west 83.6 metres, and then north 15° 12' west 15.3 metres, and then north 32° 54' east 66.5 metres;
Then running along the westerly limit of that road leading to the lighthouse north 30° 28' west 68.3 metres, and then north 7° 55' east 55 metres, and then north 4° 51' east 61 metres;
Then running by Crown land south 52° 57' west 135.1 metres, and then south 49° 09' west 38.9 metres, and then south 44° 21' west 40.5 metres, and then north 71° 27' west 93.4 metres, and then south 65° 03' west 30.8 metres, more or less;
Then running along the easterly shore of St. Mary's Bay at low water mark to a point being distant 1,460.2 metres as measured on a bearing of south 8° 25' east from the last mentioned point;
Then running by Crown land south 42° 44' east 23.7 metres, and then north 54° 08' east 112 metres, and then north 29° 21' east 89.6 metres, and then north 39° 59' east 148 metres, more or less;
Then running along the westerly
All bearings being magnetic.
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