This Act shall apply to every undertaking authorized by any subsequent enactment (called “Special Statute”) which shall authorize the purchase or taking of lands for such undertaking and this Act shall be incorporated with such enactment. All the clauses and provisions of this Act, save so far as they shall be expressly varied or excepted by any such enactment, shall apply to the undertaking authorized thereby, so far as the same shall be applicable to such undertaking, and shall form part of such enactment, and be construed together therewith as forming one enactment.
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Library ResourceLegislationJamaica, Americas, Caribbean
Library ResourceLegislationBarbados, Americas, Caribbean
This Act contains rules regarding the relationship between landlord and tenant and makes provision with respect to judicial proceedings regarding the relationship between landlord and tenant.The provisions of this Act concern, among other things, payment of rent, distress for the non-payment of arrears of rent including seizure of crops or livestock, fraudulent removal of goods by tenants from leased premises, summary recovery of possessions and other legal actions, ejectment and compensation for crops, fruit trees and unexhausted farm works.
Library ResourceLegislationJanuary, 1997Americas, Caribbean, Barbados
This Act requires tenancies for residential or business purposes to be registered with the Commissioner of Inland Revenue. The Act also defines certain duties of a landlord and defines certain actions of the landlord in the relationship with the tenant as an offence.
Library ResourceLegislationGuyana, Americas, South America
This Act grants power to the Minister to issue permission to anyone to construct or maintain on public lands any road necessary or useful for mining, woodcutting or other purposes. The Minister may attach to the grant of permission such terms and conditions he or she thinks fit including the right to cut timber on public lands for purposes of road. The grantee of the permission shall be deemed to be the owner of the land occupied by the road for purposes of any enactment being in force relating to wilful trespassing on lands. Other provisions relate to land rights in relation to roads.