Land Tribunal Act, 2000 (Act No. 15 of 2000). | Land Portal

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The Land Tribunal is established under section 3 of the Act. Subject to this Act and any other written law, the Tribunal shall have jurisdiction: (a) to hear and determine appeals against a decision of the Adjudication Officer made under the Land Adjudication Act, or to review any recording, cancellation of recording, any revision of registration, or any decision of the Registrar made under the Registration of Titles to Land Act and to direct any correction thereof; (b) to hear a claim for compensation under the Registration of the Titles to Land Act; and (c) to hear and determine any other matter that may be assigned to it by Order made under section 12. Rules of procedure and other requirements of the lodging of proceedings before the Tribunal are prescribed. An appeal against a decision of the Tribunal shall be had with the Court of Appeal There shall be a Registrar and a Deputy Registrar of the Tribunal and such other officers as may be necessary for the proper administration of this Act. (18 sections divide into 5 Parts)

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First colonized by the Spanish, the islands came under British control in the early 19th century. The islands' sugar industry was hurt by the emancipation of the slaves in 1834. Manpower was replaced with the importation of contract laborers from India between 1845 and 1917, which boosted sugar production as well as the cocoa industry. The discovery of oil on Trinidad in 1910 added another important export. Independence was attained in 1962. The country is one of the most prosperous in the Caribbean thanks largely to petroleum and natural gas production and processing.

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