Under the new agreement, Canada, BC and FNHA will each invest $10 million over two years for a total of $30 million. This initial investment will support a number of demonstration sites that will support improved service models for mental health and well-being. In addition, this first investment will support First Nation communities and nations in .C C.A. to develop, renew or redevelop mental health and wellness plans in a manner consistent with their vision of health and well-being. These plans will focus on preventing and improving protective factors related to positive mental health and outcomes of well-being. Although rare, it is also possible that the owner wishes to mortgage his simple interest costs. This never happened to my knowledge in the basic rental contract with leasing type models. The most likely situation in which this could occur is in a commercial situation if the basic rent is not fully paid in advance. In this case, the lessor might be able to obtain a loan that was supported by the flow of payments made under the basic lease. Depending on the circumstances, there may be a dysfunctional agreement that concerns the lessor, the lender of simple interest charges, the tenant and the lease rate mortgage. I have been involved in a number of examples where it is also necessary to include more than one tenant in the agreement in order to determine the priority of which rents are paid to whom. If the lessor receives the basic rent as a package for the entire term, he has actually sold the land for the duration of the lease.

On the basis of the leasing values used for PTT purposes, the lessor`s interest in the reversal (the right to recover the land at the end of the term) has no value for the first 49 years of the term, if it is a term of 99 years. Even later in the term, the owner would probably have to offer additional guarantees to support the loan, since the owner would not receive any income from the land. Maybe the return as part of a long-term lease has some value for a lender as collateral – maybe not.