The Ordinance consists of 45 sections divided into 6 Parts: Preliminary (I), Town Planning Schemes (II); Powers of Local Authorities (III); Compensation for injurious affection and claims for increase in value (IV); Purchase and compulsory acquisition of land (V); Miscellaneous (VI).The Town Planning Board is constituted under section 3. Upon application of the Board or any local authority, the Governor may constitute town planning areas under section 5. Development on land in town planning areas requires a permission of the local authority under section 6.
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Library ResourceLegislaciónFiji, Oceanía
Library ResourceLegislaciónAustralia, Oceanía
The Act provides for Commonwealth funding to Land Commissions or other authorities of States for the acquisition of land in or near urban areas for purposes of public recreation or of conservation. The funding shall be by means of loans or grants. A State shall ensure that land acquired in pursuance of an approved programme of land acquisition shall be used only in accordance with that programme or for such other purpose as the Minister, in accordance with the Minister for Finance, approves.
Library ResourceLegislaciónVanuatu, Oceanía
An Act to provide for matters relating to land within urban areas or urban communities declared by Order of the Minister in accordance with sections 2 and 3. The leases on land situated within urban communities are transferable freely between natural persons and/or bodies corporate subject to the following provisions: (a) all applications for the transfer of leases shall continue to be submitted to the Ministry of Lands for approval with copies given to the custom owners or their legal representative, or to the Municipality in the case of public land.
Library ResourceLegislaciónMayo, 1996Papua Nueva Guinea
Being an Act relating to land, to consolidate and amend legislation relating to land, and to repeal various statutes, and for related purposes.
Library ResourceJurisprudenciaLegislaciónPolíticas NacionalesAgosto, 1975Papua Nueva Guinea
INDEPENDENT STATE OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA. CONSTITUTION of THE INDEPENDENT STATE OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA. PREAMBLE Adoption of Constitution. WE, THE PEOPLE OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA— · united in one nation · pay homage to the memory of our ancestors—the source of our strength and origin of our combined heritage · acknowledge the worthy customs and traditional wisdoms of our people—which have come down to us from generation to generation · pledge ourselves to guard and pass on to those who come after us our noble traditions and the Christian principles that are ours now.
Library ResourceLegislaciónPolíticas NacionalesEnero, 1974Papua Nueva Guinea
Land Groups Incorporation Act 1974
Library ResourceLegislaciónPolíticas NacionalesMarzo, 2014Papua Nueva Guinea
Anecdotal evidence suggests that conflicts over land and extractive resource developments are on the rise across Papua New Guinea. These micro-level conflicts have the potential to scaleup and feed into large-scale armed conflicts—such as those that occurred on Bougainville and in neighbouring Solomon Islands—which require costly external intervention. Against this backdrop, this paper examines PNG’s legally-mandated land mediation system in theory and practice. A number of weaknesses are identified and described; and a case study of an apparently successful “hybrid” approach is discussed.
Library ResourceLegislaciónPolíticas NacionalesEnero, 1975Papua Nueva Guinea
Land Disputes Settlement Act 1975
Library ResourceLegislaciónPolíticas NacionalesEnero, 1981Papua Nueva Guinea
Chapter 191. Land Registration Act 1981.
Library ResourceLegislaciónEnero, 2009Papua Nueva Guinea
Land Registration (Amendment) Act 2009.
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