A regularisation permit is an Environment Permit issued during or after the execution of projects subject to a permit as stated in article 5, 1°.
Current rules, including urban development requirements, any parcelling requirements and general and sectoral environmental requirements, shall be used as a basis for assessing the application.
An application for regularisation shall include a copy of any official reports, administrative decisions and judicial decisions relating to the project that are brought to the attention of the applicant.
A failure to prosecute an infringement by the authority shall not per se warrant regularisation.
The sanctioning of an infringement shall not preclude regularisation.
The regularisation permit shall be issued with due regard for the customary assessment criteria and in accordance with the normal licensing procedure.
The conditions and charges stated in articles 71 to 77 inclusive can be attached to the permit.