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This Regulation, consisting of 21 sections divided into six Parts and completed by five Schedules, establishes the requirements contracts for sale of land within the New South Wales territory.
This Act amends several provisions established for managing Crown land within the territory of New South Wales. Amendments consists in repealing Schedule 1; amending Schedule 2 on legislation referring to reserve trusts (such as: Betting and Racing Act 1998 (No. 114) and Cemeteries and Crematoria Act 2013 (No.
This Act, consisting of 215 sections divided into 24 Parts and completed by nine Schedules, regulates Land Property within New South Wales. It establishes the following issues: All land shall as regards the assurance of the immediate freehold thereof be deemed to lie in grant as well as in livery.
The objects of this Act, consisting of 53 sections divided into seven Parts and completed by two Schedules, are as follows: a) to foster, in community services and programs, and in related services and programs, an atmosphere in which complaints and independent monitoring are viewed positively as ways of enhancing the delivery of those services and programs, b) to provide for the resolution of
This Act amends Aboriginal Land Rights 1983. Amending Acts and amending provisions are subject to automatic repeal pursuant to sec 30C of the Interpretation Act 1987 No. 15 once the amendments have taken effect.
This Regulation implements the Inclosed Lands Protection Act 1901. For the purposes of section 10 (2) and (6) of the above mentioned Act, the penalties prescribed for each offence under a provision of that Act is specified in a Table within Section 4 with related amount specified.
This Regulation, consisting of four Parts and one Schedule, aims at establishing taxes, fees, offence and penalties for unauthorised activities performed within the Region. The object of this Regulation is to provide measures through the implementation of the Contaminated Land Management Act 1997.
This Act, consisting of six Parts and completed by two Schedules, provides for the management and conservation of native vegetation in New South Wales. Native vegetation includes trees, understorey plants, groundcover and plants occurring in wetlands of indigenous vegetation, i.e. species of vegetation that existed before European settlement.
This Act, consisting of four Parts and completed by six Schedules, concerns the sale of certain lands in New South Wales and related matters. It regulates the stipulation of contracts related procedures.
In accordance with the division of the State into (a) Eastern and Central Division; and (b) Western Division, the Act makes provision for the administration and management of Crown land in the Eastern and Central Division of the State.