Article 101.

The terms of two, three or five years stated in Article 99, extended where appropriate in accordance with Article 99, § 1, will be suspended as long as an appeal for annulment of the Environment Permit is pending before the Council for Permit Disputes, in accordance with Chapter 9, unless the licensed activities contravene a spatial implementation plan that entered into force before the final decision of the Council. In that last case, any right to plan compensation shall not be affected. 


The terms of two, three or five years, stated in Article 99, extended where appropriate in accordance with Article 99, § 1, will be suspended during the execution of the archaeological excavation, described in the approved archaeology memorandum in accordance with Article 5.4.9 of the Immovable Heritage Decree of July 12, 2013 and in the ratified memorandum in accordance with Article 5.4.17 of the Immovable Heritage Decree of 12 July 2013, with a maximum term of one year from the start date of the archaeological excavation.
 
The terms of two, three or five years, stated in Article 99, extended where appropriate in accordance with Article 99, § 1, will be suspended during the execution of the soil remediation work of a soil remediation project for which the OVAM has issued a certificate of compliance pursuant to  Article 50, §1 of the Soil Decree of 27 October 2006, by a maximum term of three years from the start date of the soil remediation work.

 

The terms of two, three or five years, stated in Article 99, extended where appropriate in accordance with Article 99, § 1, will be suspended as long as a validated cease and desist order, as stated in Title VI of the VCRO, is not revoked or cancelled by a decision with the authority of res judicata. The suspension shall end ipso jure when the lifting of the prohibition order is not demanded or the prohibition order is not repealed within a period of two years from ratification of the prohibition order.