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This Act amends the Native Lands Act (Cap 22) in relation with proceedings in any dispute concerning the possession and demarcation and utilization of native lands.Subject to sections 31(1) and 33 of the principal Act, the court shall hear and adjudicate in accordance with provisions of the Lands Code or, where the Code is not applicable, local customary law and the Cadastral Survey Maps (if not proved incorrect), all cases concerning land, land boundaries and transfers of titles to native land register in the registers of native land and any disputes concerning the possession and utilization lands.

Amends: Native Lands Ordinance. (1978)

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Hupperts, Rudolph (CONSLEGB)


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