Regulations relating to Occupational Land Rights (GN No. 278 of 2016). | Land Portal

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Noviembre 2016
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These Regulations, made in terms of section 45 of the Communal Land Reform Act, concern the application for and the registration of an occupational land right. An application for an occupational land right is made in the form of Form E as set out in Annexure 1 to the communal land board. An occupational land right was introduced in the principal Act by the Communal Land Reform Amendment Act, 2013 and means a right to occupy a portion of communal land for the provision of public services granted under section 36A. These Regulations also set out conditions applicable to occupational land rights. and require an amount to be paid in respect of an occupational land right and improvements. An application by a foreign national for authorisation to apply for a customary land right or leasehold land right must be made in the form of Form F to the Minister. Anyone aggrieved by the decision of the communal land board on the granting of an occupational land right may appeal as prescribed in terms of regulation 25 of the Regulations made in terms of the Communal Land Reform Act, 2002.

Implements: Communal Land Reform Act, 2002 (Act No. 5 of 2002). (2002-07-25)

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