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  1. Library Resource
    Guyana, Americas, South America

    The Regulations define the rights of the Amerindians to occupy a portion of the ungranted and unlicensed State lands for the purpose of residence. The Amerindians may not clear the forest or cultivate any ungranted land other than specified in these Regulations (reg. 5). This entails that forestry activities are limited to residential purposes only, and certain species may not be cut for any purpose. (12 regulations)

    Implements: State Lands Act 1903 (Cap. 62:01). (1953)

  2. Library Resource

    An Act to make provision for the acquisition of land which is not beneficially occupied other than State lands or Government lands, so as to ensure the rational use of such land and for matters connected therewith.

    Guyana, Americas, South America

    This Act makes provision for the compulsory acquisition by the State of private land which results not to be beneficially occupied for a certain period of time so as to ensure rational use of such land. The Commissioner of Lands is empowered to enter upon lands to investigate whether parcel of land is beneficially occupied. The Minister may issue a notice to the owner of a land if he holds that such land is not beneficially occupied. The notice specifies a time limit and the manner in which that land shall be beneficially occupied.

  3. Library Resource

    An Act to provide for the resumption of lands alienated by the State which are abandoned by the owners thereof.

    Guyana, Americas, South America

    The Act provides for the resumption of Lands alienated by the State which are abandoned for eight or more years by the owners thereof and of which the owner cannot be ascertained (sect. 3).

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation & Policies
    August, 1919
    Americas, South America, Guyana

    " Special terms and conditions on which State lands in Guyana can be obtained for the cultivation on a large scale of rubber, limes and other citrus fruit, cacao, coffee, fibres, coconuts, and other permanent agricultural products under the State Lands Act". Implements: State Lands Act 1903 (Cap. 62:01). (1953)

  5. Library Resource
    Guyana, Americas, South America

    The Regulations provide in detail for Grants, licences and permissions (application, renewal, transfer, reversion) (Part I), Surveys (II), Sale of preferential claims in case of plurality of applications (III), Grants to small cultivators (IV), Leases (for agricultural and grazing purposes) (V), Permissions for grazing areas on the pasture lands of the interior (VI), Licences of Occupancy (VII), Licences to cut wood (VIII), Licences to collect balata, gums etc. (IX), Licences for quarrying stone, gravel, kaolin and other clays (X), Miscellaneous provisions (XI).

  6. Library Resource

    An Act to provide for the establishment and functions of an Amerindian Lands Commission.

    Guyana, Americas, South America

    The Act provides for the establishment of a permanent government institution called the Amerindian Lands Commission.

  7. Library Resource
    Fiji, Oceania

    The 54 regulations and 3 Schedules are grouped under the following headings: General, Duties and Powers of Secretary, Costs, Extension of Time and Other Orders, Procedural, Appeals, Registration of Instruments of Tenancy, Miscellaneous. The Schedules contain forms (first), fees (second) and instruments of tenancy (third).

    Implements: Agricultural Landlord and Tenant Act, Rev. 1985. (1979)

  8. Library Resource
    International Conventions or Treaties
    Mali, Niger, Africa, Western Africa

    Par cet accord la République du Niger et la République du Mali fixent la réglementation du transit du bétail malien à travers le territoire du Niger. Sont, notamment, indiqués: les documents à produire, les itinéraires à suivre, les délais de route pour la traversée du territoire nigerien, la période pendant laquelle la traversée est autorisée, le nombre de têtes par convois. La vente des animaux en transit est interdite et toute perte de bétail doit être déclarée aux autorités compétentes.

  9. Library Resource
    Ecuador, Americas, South America

    La presente Ley Reformatoria a la Ley de Desarrollo Agrario, consta de 59 artículos reformatorios. En el considerando de introducción se resalta el consenso total respecto a las reformas que la comisión encargada logró entre los diversos actores de la política agraria nacional.

    Enmienda: Ley Nº 54 - Ley de Desarrollo Agrario. (1997-01-16)

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