The competent local authority shall make, assess and levy a general rate each financial year upon all immovable property according to the provisions of Part I of the Schedule. Each rate shall be made, levied and assessed on immovable property on the basis of the valuation of the land and improvements thereon.
The Regulations contain a model form of the grant to be issued in respect of land sold under the authority of the Crown Land Disposal Act 1911.
Implements: Crown Lands Disposal Act 1911 (No. 13 of 1911). (1911-03-11)
The Act establishes inter alia (a) the criteria to be taken into account in ascertaining the value of the property for the payment of transfer duty; (b) a list of costs and charges that do not form part of the valuation on which the duty is payable; (c) the deadline for the payment of the duty in case of sale, lease, exchange or donation, deferred possession, conditional sale, lease, exchange o
Subject to this Act, the local authority may assess and levy a general rate upon all immovable property. The rate assessed shall be subject to the approval of the Minister for Local Administration.
No person other than a Swazi shall, without the written permission of the Ngwenyama, (a) use or occupy any portion of a Swazi area or allow any cattle or sheep to graze upon any Swazi area or burn grass, or (b) hunt any game.