The National Land Policy was adopted by Jamaica in 1997 as a national policy for the land sector. It establishes the framework needed for Jamaica to become more progressive, transparent and modern in its approaches to land and geographic information management systems, land administration and utilization, land resources and environmental management, and land development planning. The goals and objectives of this Policy are to ensure the sustainable, productive and equitable development, use and management of the country’s natural resources.
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Library ResourceNational PoliciesJanuary, 1997Jamaica
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 ResourceRegulationsJanuary, 1996Americas, Northern America, Canada
These Regulations provide for the management and development of the Wooddale Agriculture Development Area. They contain provisions on planning, administration of the area, access rights, road construction, residential buildings, quarry, mining and drilling, residential uses, silviculture and farming.
Implements: Lands Act (S.N.L. 1991, c. 36). (2010)
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