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  1. Library Resource
    Regulations
    October, 2017
    Australia

    This Regulation, consisting of and one Schedule, establishes the requirements to be met for aboriginal land heritage.

  2. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Australia, Oceania

    The Regulation consists of the following Parts: Preliminary (1); Administration (2); Land Assessment (3); Sale, Lease or Other Disposal of Crown Land (4); Dedication and Reservation of Land (5); Miscellaneous (6). The application for consent to the transfer of land is subject to a recording under the following provisions of the Act: (a) section 36 (4) (a) (condition in contract for sale); (b) section 37 (2) (a) (conditions on a sale to a purchaser); (c) section 38 (a) (transfer restrictions on purchases); (d) section 44 (1) (a) (transfer restrictions on leases).

  3. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    This Act concerns servitude and the right of passage on other people’s land for the purpose of carrying out works on one’s own land or on utility services on that land. The Act provides for the legal procedures for implementing such rights.

  4. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Australia, Oceania

    These Regulations implement the Pastoral Land Management and Conservation Act 1989 by providing specifications on public access routes, on travelling stocks, on access to water for travelling stocks and on dispute settlement.

    Implements: Pastoral Land Management and Conservation Act 1989. (2015-06-18)
    Repealed by: Pastoral Land Management and Conservation Regulations 2006. (2016-06-23)

  5. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    The objects of the Act are (a) to simplify the title to land; (b) to facilitate dealings with land; (c) to secure indefeasibility of title to registered proprietors except in certain cases specified in this Act; (d) to facilitate access to information about administrative interests and other information in respect of land; and (e) to facilitate the collection and disposal of information in relation to land or to the buying or selling of land.

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    This Act provides for the establishment and management of the Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park. The park will also ensure the right of Aboriginals, who are traditionally the owner of certain lands, to occupy and use that land. For the administration of the park, the Act establishes the Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park Board, whose functions include to prepare plans of management for the control and management of the park and to protect and enforce the right of Aboriginals entitled by Aboriginal tradition to use and occupy the park.

  7. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Australia, Oceania

    This Regulation, consisting of 93 sections divided into twenty Parts and completed by one Schedule, regulates the activities within the Royal Botanic Gardens.

  8. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    The purposes of this Act, consisting of 12 Parts, are as follows: (a) to provide land rights for Aboriginal persons in New South Wales, (b) to provide for representative Aboriginal Land Councils in New South Wales, (c) to vest land in those Councils, (d) to provide for the acquisition of land, and the management of land and other assets and investments, by or for those Councils and the allocation of funds to and by those Councils, (e) to provide for the provision of community benefit schemes by or on behalf of those Councils.

  9. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    This Act, consisting of 69 sections divided into ten Parts and completed by one Schedule, continues the Aboriginal Lands Trust; to enable the Trust to acquire, hold and deal with land for the continuing benefit of Aboriginal South Australians.

  10. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    The Act, consisting of 35 sections divided into six Parts and completed by three Schedules as follows: Preliminary (1); Appointment and functions of Commissioner (2); Soil conservation notices (2A); Areas of erosion hazard (3); Proclaimed works and catchment areas (Declaration of proclaimed works and constitution of catchment areas, Preservation of proclaimed works and catchment areas) (4); Advances for works of soil conservation and erosion mitigation (4A); General (Advisory committees, Soil conservation catchment committees and the Catchment Areas Protection Board) (V); Regulations (VI);

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