Crown Lands (Regulation) Act (No. 5 of 1917). | Land Portal

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This Act vests all Crown lands in the Governor-General and prvides for some matters with respect to dealings in Crown lands.“Crown lands”are all lands already acquired or to be acquired by the Government and not otherwise vested by law. The Governor-General may appoint, for purposes of dealing with any Crown Lands, such Land Board as he or she shall think fit and may appoint a Land Officer for carrying out the purposes of this Act. The Cabinet may make Regulations with respect to the terms and conditions on which Crown Lands may be rented, leased, occupied, sold or otherwise dealt with.

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The tropical islands of Antigua and Barbuda are located in the heart of the Caribbean about a thousand miles to the east of Jamaica and half that distance from Trinidad on the coast of South America. We are at 17- N latitude, about the same as the Cape Verde Islands and Bombay and 61- W longitude.


The island of Antigua was born out of the sea by a volcano about 30 million years ago. A young island in geologic time. On the northern flank of this volcano, reefs were formed, hence the greater part of Antigua is low lying and is composed of limestone rock.

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