The Contracting States, in the belief that objectives set out in the Preamble would be better achieved by amending the 1968 Algiers Convention on the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources by expanding elements related to sustainable development, have agreed on measures to enhance environmental protection, to foster the conservation and sustainable use of natural resources; and to harmoni
“Land” here includes land covered with water and things affixed on land or growing on land (sect. 2). The Act shall apply to any area constituted as a Registration District by the Minister under section 5In each District a land registry shall be maintained in which information set out in section 6 shall be kept. Section 7 concerns appointment of land registration officers.
Dispositions, in the meaning as described to it by the Land Act, 1999, and specified in regulation 3 (including assignment of a right of occupancy, partition of lands, creation of an easement, and sale) shall require the approval under the Act. Regulation 4specifies dispositions that do not require approval.
The Authority may declare any area to be a prohibited area. No person shall set up residence in any part of a Conservation Area without the permission of the Board or the Conservator or settle, cultivate graze in restricted areas, clear land, vegetation, cut trees, set traps or nets, etc. The Conservator is granted powers of inspection such as entry upon land.
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This Act amends Sisal Industry Act, 1997, the Tea Act, 1997, the Courts (Land Disputes Settlements) Act, 2002 and the Tanzania Food, Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 2003. The Sisal Industry Act, 1997 is amended in the Schedule regarding the membership of the Tanzania Sisal Board. The Tea Act, 1997 is amended in Schedule regarding the membership of the Tea Board of Tanzania.
In the process of setting ceilings on land regard shall be had to land use, location, feasibility study, proven ability of the applicant to the develop the land. Every local authority shall submit to the Minister responsible for lands proposals for land ceilings for its area in accordance with regulation 4.
This Act makes provision with respect to the procedures and processes in accordance with which land use in a planning area or zone are prescribed, managed, monitored and evaluated. The Act sets out the fundamental principles of land use, establishes land use planning authorities and provides with respect to land planing procedures and authorizations.
This Act regulates land tenure in villages established pursuant to a settlement and resettlement program in the 1970's. Section 3 provides for the extinguishment of all rights to occupy or to use land in accordance with any customary law existing or held or claimed to be held by any person in any village.
This Act amends the Land Act, 1999. Amendments are:(a) a new definition of "sale"; (b) amendment to section 19 and 20 by repealing subsection 2 and 3, respectively, and substituting them, with new subsections as provided for in sections 3 and 4; amendments to section 37 are made in regards to the sale of the right of occupancy without un-exhausted improvement (sect.