Government of Queensland (Australia)
Government of Queensland (Australia) Resources
This Regulation, consisting of three Parts and completed by three Schedules, implements the Queensland Heritage Act 1992. Section 3 prescribes details for report on proposed development by the State; Section 4 deals with prescribes, for section 83(3) of the Act, matters the Minister must consider in being satisfied that a local government has appropriate procedures in place for exercising a power under section 84 of the Act in relation to the local government;, the declaration of protected areas (sect. 5), recommendation of declaration of protected areas (sect. 6).
This Act, consisting of 107 sections, divided into nine Parts and completed by one Schedule, aims to: (a) identify areas of Queensland that are of regional interest (including priority agricultural area, priority living area, strategic cropping area and strategic environmental area) because they contribute, or are likely to contribute, to Queensland’s economic, social and environmental prosperity; (b) give effect to the policies about matters of State interest stated in regional plans; and (c) manage, including in ways identified in regional plans— (i) the impact of resource activities and
This Regulation provides for the implementation of the Acquisition of Land Act 1967 by prescribing the fees applicable under section 9 of the Act.
Implements: Acquisition of Land Act 1967. (2016-05-25)
Repealed by: Acquisition of Land Regulation, 2014. (2017-05-26)
The Act (79 sections, 1 Schedule) is divided into 7 Parts: Preliminary (I); Administration (II); Qualification of Surveyors and Registration (III); Regulation of Practice (IV); Discipline of Registered Persons (V); Appeals from Board's Decisions (VI); Miscellaneous (VII).The Act establishes the Surveyors Board of Queensland which is responsible, inter alia, for the training, examination, testing and registration of surveyors and the establishment of survey standards.
This regulation implements the Land Act 1994. Part 2 prescribes the guidelines for trustee permits and leases. Part 3 regulates the making land available, Part 4 concerns rents and tree management. Part 5 regulates registration, while Part 7 regulates the discontinuation of rights and tenures. The regulation is completed by 11 schedules.
Implements: Land Act 1994. (2017)
Repealed by: Land Regulation 2009. (2017-05-26)
This Regulation, consisting of seven sections and three Schedules, implements the Land Title Act 1994. It specifies the lodging instruments of the land registry offices mentioned in schedule 1, the forms to be used in the office of the land registry and the fees payable under the Act. The Schedules, deal with: the offices of the land registry; fees and Dictionary.
Implements: Land Title Act 1994. (2017-05-19)
Repeals: Land Title Regulation 2005. (2014-07-01)
These Regulations (33 sections, 1 Schedule) is divided into 3 Parts: Preliminary (I); Registration (II); Performance of Surveys.
Implements: Surveyors Act 1977. (1998-12-18)
Repealed by: Surveyors Act 2003. (2013-10-29)
This Act regulates the creation and management of recreation areas on land and waters of Queensland. It consists of 58 sections and is divided into ten Parts. Part 2 provides for the establishment of recreational areas, Part 3 concerns the administration of the Act and provides for the establishment of the Queensland Recreation Areas Management Board, whose functions and powers are regulated under Part 4. Part 5 deals with management plans for recreational areas and Part 6 is dedicated to the powers of authorised officers.
An Act to provide for the regulation of descriptions of the boundaries of administrative districts; to facilitate interpretation of such descriptions; to provide for the settlement of disputes concerning the boundaries of such districts (sect. 10); to require public authorities to endorse on maps issued by them the purpose for which those maps are issued (sect. 8). Section 4 specifies which are the methods for defining the area of an administrative district.
This Regulation provides for the implementation of the Aboriginal land Act 1991. The Regulation is divided into 8 Parts (56 regulations) and is completed by 5 Schedules. Part 2 provides for the incorporation of claims for Aboriginal land, Part 3 deals with land trusts and Parts 4 and 5 specify, respectively, the powers of the Supreme Court on matters related to Aboriginal land and the decision making process for the granting of Aboriginal land.