Tribal Lands (Subordinate Land Boards) Regulations, 1973 (Chapter 32:02). | Land Portal

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These Regulations provide for matters relative to Subordinate Land Boards established by Order of the President under section 19 of the Tribal Land Act, 1968 and the grant of customary land rights to tribesmen and other persons. Part II concerns the manner of election of these Boards, its internal procedures, and functionaries. Part III revokes regulation 6 of the Tribal Land Regulations and replaces rules of those Regulations relative to the grant of customary land rights with new provisions regarding application and decision making, demarcation of land, certification of land right, appeals against decisions of Subordinate Land Boards, and cancellation of customary land rights.

Implements: Tribal Land Act (Chapter 32:02). (2008-12-31)
Amends: Tribal Land Regulations, 1970 (Chapter 32:02). (2008-12-31)

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Formerly the British protectorate of Bechuanaland, Botswana adopted its new name at independence in 1966. More than four decades of uninterrupted civilian leadership, progressive social policies, and significant capital investment have created one of the most stable economies in Africa. The ruling Botswana Democratic Party has won every election since independence; President Ian KHAMA was reelected for a second term in 2014.

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