This Act provides for the administration of Norfolk Island. New South Wales may enter into arrangements with the Commonwealth for the effective application and administration of the laws in force in Norfolk Island. Without limiting the generality of subsection(1), such an arrangement may provide for the exercise of powers by: a) an authority of New South Wales, or b) an employee of New South Wales, in or in relation to Norfolk Island.
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Library ResourceLegislationJune, 2016Australia
Library ResourceLegislationMay, 1984Australia
This Act, consisting of 99 sections divided into twelve Parts, establishes the local government and community justice groups for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities. It applies to indigenous local government areas of laws relating to public places in Queensland.
Library ResourceLegislationMay, 2008Australia
This Act, consisting of 280 sections divided into 20 Chapters and completed by three Schedules, divides the State into municipal areas and electoral districts.
Library ResourceLegislationSeptember, 2004Australia
The objects of this Act, consisting of 233 sections divided into twelve Chapters and completed by four Schedules, include assisting in the achievement of ecologically sustainable development in the State by establishing an integrated scheme to promote the use and management of natural resources in a manner that recognises and protects the intrinsic values of natural resources; seeks to protect biological diversity and, insofar as is reasonably practicable, to support and encourage the restoration or rehabilitation of ecological systems and processes that have been lost or degraded; provides
Library ResourceLegislationSeptember, 2011Australia
This Act aims to implement obligations that Australia has under the Climate Change Convention and the Kyoto Protocol, create incentives for people to carry on certain offsets projects and to increase carbon abatement in a manner that is consistent with the protection of Australia’s environment and that improves resilience to the effects of climate change.The Act sets up a scheme for the issue of Australian carbon credit units in relation to eligible offsets projects.
Library ResourceLegislationMay, 2017Australia
This Act amends several provisions established for managing Crown land within the territory of New South Wales. Amendments consists in repealing Schedule 1; amending Schedule 2 on legislation referring to reserve trusts (such as: Betting and Racing Act 1998 (No. 114) and Cemeteries and Crematoria Act 2013 (No. 105); Schedule 3 on legislation relating to Crown roads; and Schedule 4 on other related legislation.
Amends: Crown Land Management Act 2016. (2018-03-16)
Library ResourceLegislationNovember, 2016Australia
This Act, consisting of 136 sections divided into thirteen Parts and completed by eight Schedules, establishes the requirements to manage Crown land within the territory of New South Wales.
Library ResourceLegislationAugust, 2011Australia
The objects of this Act, consisting of 99 sections divided into six Chapters and completed by one Schedule, are: a) to provide rules about each neighbour’s responsibility for dividing fences and for trees so that neighbours are generally able to resolve issues about fences or trees without a dispute arising; and b) to facilitate the resolution of any disputes about dividing fences or trees that do arise between neighbours.
Library ResourceLegislationJune, 2016Australia
The objects of this Act are to manage the coastal environment of New South Wales in a manner consistent with the principles of ecologically sustainable development for the social, cultural and economic well-being of the people of the State, and in particular: (a) to protect and enhance natural coastal processes and coastal environmental values including natural character, scenic value, biological diversity and ecosystem integrity and resilience, and (b) to support the social and cultural values of the coastal zone and maintain public access, amenity, use and safety, and (c) to acknowledge A
Library ResourceLegislationMay, 1996Australia
This Act provides for the division of land into lots and common property, and for the administration of the land by the owners of the lots. A plan of community division may, in addition to dividing land into community lots and common property, create one or more development lots to enable division of the community parcel to be undertaken in stages. A community corporation is established when a plan of community division is deposited by the Registrar-General in the Lands Titles Registration Office.
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