This Act concerns the administration and other aspects of estates subject to intestate succession. The Act deals with aspects of succession such as entitlements of heirs, (agreements on) division of property and sale.
This Act stipulates that the fund established in terms of section 3 of the African Development Fund Act shall, on and after the fixed date, continue in existence and shall be known as the District Development Fund. The trustee of the Fund shall be the Minister of Local Government, Rural and Urban Development or any other Minister to be appointed by the President.
This Act regulates the use of farm equipment, i.e. any movables used for agricultural purposes on any agricultural land acquired for resettlement purposes under the Land Reform Programme, and provides for the control of use of farm equipment. Section 3 prohibits wilful destruction of farm equipment without the permission in writing of the acquiring authority (sect. 2).
This Act concerns the acquisition of land for public purposes.
These Regulations specify conditions and procedures for the sale of rural land by an owner of any such land, other than the State, a local authority or a statutory body. An owner shall not sell the land unless he or she has offered to sell it to the Minister and the Minister has issued the owner with a certificate of no interest or hasn’t responded within a given period of time to the offer.
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The Nyanga and Matopos Estates shall vest in the President and, subject to this Act, shall be held in trust by him for the people of Zimbabwe.
This Act provides with respect to the registration and functioning of Estate Administrators and for this purpose establishes the Council of Estate Administrators and the Estate Administrators Compensation Fund.The Council is established as a body corporate and shall, among other things, regulate and control the practice of Estate Administrators, maintain the Register of Estate Administrators an
This Act concerns the ownership of so-called “inner banks”. Section 2 makes provision for the definition of boundaries in original grants of land made by the British South Africa Company. The boundary shall be the centre of the said river or stream.