Crown Lands Act Chapter No. 319 of 1991. | Land Portal

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January 1926
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This Act sets forth provisions on appointment of officers to discharge the duties imposed by this Act in Article 3, reservation of minerals in Article 5, survey of any Crown land or Crown boundary by the Chief Surveyor in Article 6, notice upon the owner of the lands before survey in Article 7, apply by petition to Court to review the survey in Article 9, judicial proceedings in Article 10, means of access from any public highway through intervening lands to any Crown lands in Article 13, marking of road in Article 14, authorities of Chief Forest Officer, Chief Surveyor or other surveyor employed by the Governor-General to entry on adjoining land in Article 21, authorities of Chief Forest Officer, Chief Surveyor or other surveyor employed by the Governor-General to entry in Article 22, exercise of right of entry in Article 23, plans and documents of or relating to lands adjoining Crown lands of the boundary in Article 24, prosecution and ejectment of any person who unlawfully enters upon any Crown lands without probable claim of title in Article 25, and judicial proceedings, offences and penalties. The Governor-General may make regulations in respect of the survey of Crown boundaries, the management, sale and letting of Crown lands and the protection of the boundaries thereof, the prevention of squatting, encroachment and trespass upon such lands, and injury to the woods and forests thereon, the occupation, allotment and survey of such lands, and the issue of grants and fees payable respectively thereon.

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