Government of Queensland (Australia)
Government of Queensland (Australia) Resources
The Act concerns the management of vegetation on freehold land, it consists of 123 sections and is divided into 6 Parts.
This regulation implements the Liens on Crops of Sugar Cane Act 1931. It specifies particulars to be included in the register (sect. 2), the way of applying for registration (sect. 3), the inspection of register (sect. 4) and fees (sect. 6). The regulation is completed by one schedule setting the values of fees to be paid under the Act.
Implements: Liens on Crops of Sugar Cane Act 1931. (2005-01-01)
This regulation implements the Land Tax Act 1915. It regulates land tax payment (sects. 5 to 7) and the way and when returns must be given to commissioners (sects. 11 to 19). It contains provisions on unpaid land tax (sects. 20-21), on notice procedure for change in land ownership (sect. 23) and on notification of change of address to be given to the commissioner for service and matters related to the Act (sect. 24).
Implements: Land Tax Act 1915. (2008-09-12)
This Act provides for the creation of two local government areas and councils, at Aurukun and at Mornington Island. The Act consists of 8 Parts divided into 43 sections: Preliminary (Part 1); Grant of lease (Part 2); Local government areas and councils (Part 3); Coordinating and advisory committees (Part 4); Provisions concerning the shires and their councils (Part 5); Resumptio of leases (Part 5A); Miscellaneous (Part 6); and Validating and transitional provisions (Part 7).
This Act amends the laws relating to liens upon sugar cane. In the Act, lien “means the charge (made enforceable under this Act when registered and while subsisting) whereby any crop and the proceeds thereof become security for the discharge of any debt or obligation (sect. 2). Section 5 requires the chief executive to keep a register of all liens, other sections concern the operation of the register (sect. 6 to 7R) and matters related to liens.
Implemented by: Liens on Crops of Sugar Cane Regulation 1999. (2008-09-01)
This Act concerns the registration of freehold land and other interests in freehold land and it consists of 211 sections and is divided into 12 Parts. Part 2 concerns the administration of the Act, provides for the operation of the land registry and specifies the functions and powers of the registrar. Part 3 is dedicated to the operation of the freehold land register, while Part 4 concerns the registration of land. Part 5 covers the registration of joint holders in lots and Part 6 regulates dealings directly affecting lots, including transferring and lease.
This Act, consisting of 52 sections divided into ten Parts, provides for the internal rules of the Land Court. It is divided as follows: preliminary (Part 1), starting proceedings (Part 2), ending proceeding early (Part 3), court supervision (Part 4), evidence (Part 5), jurisdiction of judicial registrar (Part 6), hearing proceedings (Part 7), orders (Part 8), appeals to the Land Appeal Court (Part 9) and miscellaneous (Part 10).
Implements: Land Court Act 2000. (2017-06-05)
This Regulation, consisting of 17 sections divided into five Parts, implements the Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002. Part 2 specifies which pests can be declared pests under the Act and approves the location of building lines for fences. Part 3 concerns stock routes and their management. Part 4 establishes the pest operational board for rabbits and defines its operational area. Part 5 contains miscellaneous provisions, among others on inspection and fees. The Regulation is completed by six Schedules.
These rules provide for the functioning of the Land and Resources Tribunal. They provide for the starting of proceedings, hearing, procedure for attendance of witnesses and all related matters.
Implements: Land and Resources Tribunal Act 1999. (2009-11-02)
This Regulation implements the Land Sales Act 1984, it sets the values of fees be paid under the Act and the period for giving a “registrable instrument”. The Regulation is completed by three Schedules on: fees, period for giving a “registrable instrument” and dictionary.
Implements: Land Sales Act 1984. (2016-05-25)