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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    August, 2011
    Australia

    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.

  2. Library Resource
    Legislation
    May, 2016
    Australia

    This Act, consisting of 231 sections divided into eight Chapters and completed by two Schedules, aims to establish an efficient, effective, transparent, integrated, coordinated, and accountable system of land use planning (planning), development assessment and related matters that facilitates the achievement of ecological sustainability.

  3. Library Resource
    Legislation
    January, 2009
    Australia

    This Act, consisting of 327 sections divided into eight Chapters and completed by three Schedules, aims to provide for: a) the way in which a local government is constituted and the nature and extent of its responsibilities and powers; and b) a system of local government in Queensland that is accountable, effective, efficient and sustainable.

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    The Act concerns the valuation of land for rating and taxing purposes, it consists of 101 sections and is divided into nine Parts. Part 3 is dedicated to valuation which is to be done by the chief executive. There are different types of valuations, including valuation for rental purposes (sect. 15), of mining leases (sect. 24), of petroleum leases (sect. 26) and valuation for community titles scheme (sect. 26A). Part 4 is dedicated to annual valuations and Part 5 to valuations rolls. Part 6 concerns notice of valuation (other than annual) and objections, while Part 6A covers appeals.

  5. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    An Act to provide for the introduction of animals and plants, for the establishment of fences to protect agricultural land ad for the management of stock routes. It consists of 247 sections and is divided into 12 Parts. Part 1 contains preliminary provisions, including definitions of terms under the Act. Part 2 concerns the administration of the Act, Part 3 provides for the establishment of the Rural Land Protection Board and regulates its operation and Part 4 points out the functions and powers of local governments. Part 5 is dedicated to declared plants and animals and their management.

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    This Act provides for the imposition and collection of a land tax upon relevant unimproved values as defined in sections 3C and 3CA, and for related matters such as administration, returns, assessment, objections and repeal.The Act is divided into 9 Parts: Part 1— Preliminary ; Part 2— Administration ; Part 3— The Land Tax ; Part 4— Returns, Assessments, And Liability ; Part 4a— Objections ; Part 5— Appeals ; Part 7— Collection And Recovery Of Tax ; Part 8— Miscellaneous; Part 9— Transitional Provision For Natural Resources And Other Legislation Amendment Act 2001.

  7. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    This Act, consisting of 107 sections, divided into nine Parts and completed by one Schedule, aims to: (a) identify areas of Queensland that are of regional interest (including priority agricultural area, priority living area, strategic cropping area and strategic environmental area) because they contribute, or are likely to contribute, to Queensland’s economic, social and environmental prosperity; (b) give effect to the policies about matters of State interest stated in regional plans; and (c) manage, including in ways identified in regional plans— (i) the impact of resource activities and

  8. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    The Act (79 sections, 1 Schedule) is divided into 7 Parts: Preliminary (I); Administration (II); Qualification of Surveyors and Registration (III); Regulation of Practice (IV); Discipline of Registered Persons (V); Appeals from Board's Decisions (VI); Miscellaneous (VII).The Act establishes the Surveyors Board of Queensland which is responsible, inter alia, for the training, examination, testing and registration of surveyors and the establishment of survey standards.

  9. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    This Act regulates the creation and management of recreation areas on land and waters of Queensland. It consists of 58 sections and is divided into ten Parts. Part 2 provides for the establishment of recreational areas, Part 3 concerns the administration of the Act and provides for the establishment of the Queensland Recreation Areas Management Board, whose functions and powers are regulated under Part 4. Part 5 deals with management plans for recreational areas and Part 6 is dedicated to the powers of authorised officers.

  10. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    An Act to provide for the regulation of descriptions of the boundaries of administrative districts; to facilitate interpretation of such descriptions; to provide for the settlement of disputes concerning the boundaries of such districts (sect. 10); to require public authorities to endorse on maps issued by them the purpose for which those maps are issued (sect. 8). Section 4 specifies which are the methods for defining the area of an administrative district.

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