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This regulation implements the Native Title (Queensland) Act 1993. It specifies which Acts are to be considered ad “State Compulsory Acquisition Acts” under the Act.
Implements: Native Title (Queensland) Act 1993. (2014-05-28)
This Regulation, consisting of nine sections, implements the Queensland Heritage Act 1992. It specifies the contents of the application procedure for entering a place in the heritage register (sect. 4), the declaration of protected areas (sect. 6), provides the forms to be used under the Act and sets the fees to be paid. The Regulation is completed by three Schedules specifying the protected areas, setting the values of fees under the Act, etc.
Implements: Queensland Heritage Act 1992. (2016-11-22)
Repealed by: Queensland Heritage Regulation 2015. (2017-06-30)
This Act provides for the administration of certain islands in Torres Straits and in the area between Australia and New Guinea under the law in force in Queensland.
Implemented by: Queensland Coast Islands Proclamation Dated 18 July 1879. (1996-04-11)
This proclamation done by the Governor in Council declares the annexing of certain islands to the Colony of Queensland. The islands interested are indicated in the annexed schedule.
Implements: Queensland Coast Islands Act 1879. (1994-12-05)
This Act concerns the development of the Sanctuary Cove Resort at Hope Island, it consists of 128 sections and is divided into nine Parts. The Act provides for the creation of the Sanctuary Cove Resort Principal Body Corporate responsible for the management and development of the land in the areas to which the Act applies. The Act is completed by five schedules: uses permitted within zones, the site, zones of the site, adjacent plan, zones of the adjacent site.
Implemented by: Sanctuary Cove Resort Regulation 2009. (2011-12-09)
This regulation implements the Soil Conservation Act 1986. It provides for the continuation in force of existing approved project plans (sect. 2) and requires approved plans to be available for inspection (sect. 3). The regulation is completed by one schedule: approved project plans and regional offices.
This Act concerns the entry into land by authorized personnel for the purpose of carrying out soil surveys, it consists of five sections. It spells out the powers of officers under the Act (sect. 3) and provides for related matters.
This Act, consisting of 19 Parts divided into 207 Sections, provides for the grant of land as Torres Strait Islander land. The Act recognizes that the land is of spiritual, social, historical, cultural and economic importance to Torres Strait Islanders, who inhabited the territory that is now Queensland before the settlement of Europeans (Preface). Part 2 contains basic concepts on, among others, Island custom and what is to be considered available land that is it claimable under the Act.
The Act concerns the management of vegetation on freehold land, it consists of 123 sections and is divided into 6 Parts.
This Act is about applications for the clearing of trees and other vegetation provided for in the Integrated Planning Act 1997 and in the Land Act 1994. It consists of seven sections and is divided into four Parts. Part 3 is dedicated to applications for development approval and sets restrictions on changing applications or development approvals. Part 4 covers applications for tree clearing and sets restrictions on changes proposed to applications or permits. The Act is completed by a schedule containing the dictionary of relevant terms used in the Act.