Government of Queensland (Australia)
Government of Queensland (Australia) Resources
This Regulation, consisting of 16 sections divided into four Parts and completed by four Schedules, implements the Coastal Protection and Management Act 1995. It approves coastal zone map—Act, s 18C. For section 18C of the Act, the Coastal zone map for Queensland, certified by the chief executive on 3 October 2011, is approved as the coastal zone map. The exact location of the boundary of the coastal zone shown on the map is held in digital electronic form by the department.
The objective of the Planning Regulation 2017 is to prescribe instruments and address matters provided for under the Planning Act 2016, and provide the mechanics for the operation and implementation of the Act.
This Act, consisting of 231 sections divided into eight Chapters and completed by two Schedules, aims to establish an efficient, effective, transparent, integrated, coordinated, and accountable system of land use planning (planning), development assessment and related matters that facilitates the achievement of ecological sustainability.
This Regulation, consisting of 351 sections divided into 15 Chapters and completed by eight Schedules, regulates the following issues: a) describes the boundaries of local government areas; b) describes the boundaries of any divisions; c) fixes the number of councillors for local governments and any divisions of local government areas; d) names local government areas; and (e) classifies local government areas as a city, town, shire or region. In addition, it establishes the classification of each local government area as mentioned in schedule 1, column 2.
The objects of this Act, consisting of 99 sections divided into six Chapters and completed by one Schedule, are: a) to provide rules about each neighbour’s responsibility for dividing fences and for trees so that neighbours are generally able to resolve issues about fences or trees without a dispute arising; and b) to facilitate the resolution of any disputes about dividing fences or trees that do arise between neighbours.
This Act, consisting of 327 sections divided into eight Chapters and completed by three Schedules, aims to provide for: a) the way in which a local government is constituted and the nature and extent of its responsibilities and powers; and b) a system of local government in Queensland that is accountable, effective, efficient and sustainable.
The Act concerns the valuation of land for rating and taxing purposes, it consists of 101 sections and is divided into nine Parts. Part 3 is dedicated to valuation which is to be done by the chief executive. There are different types of valuations, including valuation for rental purposes (sect. 15), of mining leases (sect. 24), of petroleum leases (sect. 26) and valuation for community titles scheme (sect. 26A). Part 4 is dedicated to annual valuations and Part 5 to valuations rolls. Part 6 concerns notice of valuation (other than annual) and objections, while Part 6A covers appeals.
An Act to provide for the introduction of animals and plants, for the establishment of fences to protect agricultural land ad for the management of stock routes. It consists of 247 sections and is divided into 12 Parts. Part 1 contains preliminary provisions, including definitions of terms under the Act. Part 2 concerns the administration of the Act, Part 3 provides for the establishment of the Rural Land Protection Board and regulates its operation and Part 4 points out the functions and powers of local governments. Part 5 is dedicated to declared plants and animals and their management.
This Act provides for the imposition and collection of a land tax upon relevant unimproved values as defined in sections 3C and 3CA, and for related matters such as administration, returns, assessment, objections and repeal.The Act is divided into 9 Parts: Part 1— Preliminary ; Part 2— Administration ; Part 3— The Land Tax ; Part 4— Returns, Assessments, And Liability ; Part 4a— Objections ; Part 5— Appeals ; Part 7— Collection And Recovery Of Tax ; Part 8— Miscellaneous; Part 9— Transitional Provision For Natural Resources And Other Legislation Amendment Act 2001.
This Regulation implements the Survey and Mapping Infrastructure Act 2003 by defining the principles to be applied in carrying out surveys (Part 2), setting the geodetic reference framework (Part 3) and providing for survey standards and survey guideline matters (Part 4).
Implements: Survey and Mapping Infrastructure Act 2003. (2014-12-05)
Repealed by: Survey and Mapping Infrastructure Regulation 2014. (2014-08-21)