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  1. Library Resource

    An Act to provide for the registration of surveyors of land; to regulate the making of surveys of land; to amend the Real Property Act 1900 and certain other Acts; and for purposes connected therewith.

    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    The Act (31 sections) is divided into 5 Parts, i.e.: Preliminary (I); Board of Surveyors (II); The Register (II); Registered Surveyors (IV); and Miscellaneous (V).The Board of Surveyors, constituted under this Act, keeps a register of surveyors and deals with offences of and charges against surveyors. The board shall cause a notification of the registration of every surveyor to be published in the Gazette. The Act contains the requirements to be a registered surveyor and describes the powers and duties of surveyors (right to make surveys, entry upon land).

  2. Library Resource

    An Act to consolidate enactments relating to Survey Marks, official landmarks, and beacons.

    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    The Act (5 sections, 1 Schedule) sets out the official marks to be used by Government licensed or appointed surveyors in the conduct of official surveys. The use of the marks except in the conduct of an official survey is prohibited and liable to a penalty. Penalties for unauthorized defacement or destruction of survey marks, landmarks or beacons are also provided.

  3. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    The Act, consisting of 63 sections divided into 6 Parts and completed by one Schedule is composed as follows: Preliminary (I); Administration (II); Licensing and Registration (III); Surveying (IV); Establishment of Land Boundaries (V); and Miscellaneous (VI).

    Implemented by: Survey Regulations 2007. (2017-06-22)

  4. Library Resource

    An Act to provide for the coordination of surveys; for the establishment of a central plan office for the recording of surveys, plans and information relating thereto; and for purposes connected therewith.

    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    The Act (22 sections) provides for the coordination of surveys and the establishment of a central plan office at the Department of Lands for the recording of surveys, plans and related information. To this end, the Surveyor-General is given powers to ensure coordination of surveys and the Act, and a central plan register is established. Public authorities are to give notice of intention to commence new surveys to the Surveyor-General. The Surveyor-General shall have the power to require connection of proposed surveys to existing surveys, permanent marks etc.

  5. Library Resource

    An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to the conservation of soil resources and to facilitate the implementation of soil conservation measures by landholders for the mitigation of soil erosion.

    Legislation
    Australia, Oceania

    This Act consist of 7 Parts divided into 41 sections: Preliminary (1), Administration (2), Approved Property Plans (3), Project Areas (4), Objections and Appeals (5), Financial Assistance (6), General Provisions (7). The Act vests powers in the chief executive of Primary Industries relating to soil conservation to facilitate the implementation of soil conservation by land holders. The main instruments are property plans, run-off coordination notices, project plans for project areas and soil conservation orders.

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Fiji, Oceania

    The Act makes provisions for the conservation and improvement of the land and water resources. It establishes the Land Conservation Board (sect. 3) to exercise general supervision over land and water resources (sect. 5a) and to make conservation orders (sect. 7), closing orders (sect. 8) and orders to do work (sect. 9). Conservation Committees may be established to advise the Board. (23 sections)

    Implemented by: Conservation Orders. (1985)
    Implemented by: Land Conservation and Improvement (Fire Hazard Period) Order. (1985)

  7. Library Resource

    An Act relating to the control and administration of native land.

    Legislation
    Fiji, Oceania

    The Act is divided into 4 Parts: Preliminary (I); Control of native Land (II); Native Reserves (III); Miscellaneous (IV).The Act establishes a board of trustees called the Native Land Trust Board (sect. 3) in which the control of all native land shall be vested (sect. 4). The Act makes provision for the alienation, transfer and lease of native land. The Board may create a native reserve (sect. 15) where native land may not be alienated (sect. 16). Portions of the reserve may only be excluded from it with consent from the native owners (sect. 17).

  8. Library Resource

    An Act relating to native lands.

    Legislation
    Fiji, Oceania

    Native lands shall be held by native Fijians according to native custom as evidenced by usage and tradition. Such lands may be cultivated, allotted and dealt with by native Fijians amongst themselves according to their native custom (sect. 3). The Act further creates the Native Lands Commission to establish what lands are the rightful and hereditary property of native owners (sect. 4). (23 sections)

  9. Library Resource

    An Act to provide for the relations between landlords and tenants of agricultural holdings and for matters connected therewith.

    Legislation
    Fiji, Oceania

    The Act provides for the relations between landlords and tenants of agricultural holdings. The 64 sections are divided into 7 Parts: Preliminary (I); Security of Tenure (II); Agricultural Tribunals and Committee of Valuers (III); Powers and Duties of Tribunal (IV); Rights of Landlord and Tenant (V); Appeals (VI); Miscellaneous (VII).

  10. Library Resource

    An Act to regulate the acquisition of land by the crown for public purposes.

    Legislation
    Fiji, Oceania

    The Act regulates the acquisition of land by the Crown for public purposes. It establishes the power to acquire land for any public purpose and powers to make a preliminary investigation (sects. 3 and 4). The acquiring authority shall not compulsorily acquire land unless he has obtained a Court Order that was applied for (sect. 6). If the Court Order is not issued, damages shall be paid to those with an interest in the property. If the Order is issued, adequate compensation shall be paid.

    Amended by: State Acquisition of Lands (Amendment) Act 1998 (No. 1 of 1998). (1998)

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