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This Regulation provides for the way to make an application for a clearance certificate, and the prescribed period and documents for taxpayer’s election to pay land tax by instalments.
Implements: Land Tax Act 2010. (2017-06-22)
This Act provides for the imposition and collection of a land tax, for each financial year, on the taxable value of taxable land.The Act is divided into 10 Parts: Preliminary (1); Imposition of land tax (2); Basic concepts (3); Assessment of land tax (4); Rate of land tax (5); Exempt land (6); Security and recovery (7); Avoidance schemes (8); Miscellaneous provisions (9); and Repeal, savings and transitional provisions (10). The Act also contains 3 Schedules.
Implemented by: Land Tax Regulation 2010. (2017-06-30)
Repeals: Land Tax Act 1915. (2008-09-12)
This Regulation defines the areas that are reserved and set apart as well as the purposes for which these areas are reserved.
This Regulation implements the Land Title Act 1994. It specifies the location of offices of the land registry, the forms to be used in the office of the land registry and the fees payable under the Act. The Regulation is completed by two Schedules, one on offices of the land registry and one on fees.
Implements: Land Title Act 1994. (2017-05-19)
Repealed by: Land Title Regulation 2015. (2017-10-06)
Repeals: Land Title Regulation 1994. (2004-07-01)
This Act, consisting of 9 Parts, provides for developing, maintaining and improving the Queensland survey and mapping infrastructure.
This Act concerns the activities of surveyors in Queensland, it establishes and regulates the operation of the Surveyors Board of Queensland, defines the obligations related to the practice of the profession and provides for the registration of surveyors.
This Regulation implements the Surveyors Act 2003 by providing for insurance cover for registration endorsement (sect. 3), criteria for registration as an emeritus surveyor (sect. 4), particulars for register (sect. 7) and fees (sect. 10).
Implements: Surveyors Act 2003. (2013-10-29)
Repealed by: Surveyors Regulation 2014. (2017-05-26)
This Act concerns the registration of qualified valuers. i.e. persons ready to make a valuation of land. Under the Act, the Valuers Registration Board of Queensland established under the Valuers Registration Act 1965 is continued in existence and its operation further regulated. The Act is divided into the following Parts: Preliminary; the Board; Registration; Complaints and discipline; Miscellaneous; Transitional provisions for Valuers Registration Act 1992 and Transitional provisions for Valuers Registration Amendment Act 2001.
This Regulation implements the Valuers Registration Act 1992 by providing the code of conduct for valuers including provisions on the duty to client, professional responsibility and professional fees.
Implements: Valuers Registration Act 1992. (2006-02-06)
Repealed by: Valuers Registration Regulation 2013. (2017-07-07)
This Notice declares the Yellow crazy and a pest of category 1 and declares the whole territory of the State of Queensland subject to an emergency, in the sense that urgent action is needed to prevent adverse economic, environmental and social impact caused by the crazy yellow ant.
Implements: Stock Route Management Act 2002. (2016-05-25)