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These Regulations, made under section 38 of the Fences Act 1968 and consisting of 10 sections completed by one Schedule, prescribe forms for the purposes of the said Act. The Schedule specifies the following Forms: Fencing notice; Notice from notifying owner to long-term tenant; Notice from adjoining owner to long-term tenant; Notice of long-term tenant from notifying owner to adjoining owner; Notice of long-term tenant from adjoining owner to notifying owner; and Urgent fencing notice.
Implements: Fences Act 1968. (2014-04-15)
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Keeping its tradition of exploring major emerging issues, <i>Nature & Faune</i> has chosen to dedicate this edition to looking at the implications of rapid urbanization and its implications for urban food and nutrition security, focusing on the specific roles of sustainable management and utilization of natural resources in Africa‘s fast changing urban food and nutrition equation.
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The central theme of this edition of Nature & Faune journal is “Enhancing gender equality in the management of Africa's natural resources”. It reviews the situation including achievements and challenges related to adequacy, equity and equality in the roles the two genders play in natural resources management. It is common knowledge that in general, women tend to be the disadvantaged party in many cases. In recent years, gender issues have been at the center of high level consultations in Africa and elsewhere in the world.
This Regulation provides for the implementation of the Acquisition of Land Act 1967 by prescribing the fees applicable under section 9 of the Act. The fee payable for an application under section 9 of the Act is— (a) if the application relates to only 1 parcel of land—$173.70; or (b) if the application relates to more than 1 parcel of land—$173.70 plus $51.50 for each additional parcel of land.
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