The Act specifies the application of the principal Act. The principal Act does not apply to land acquired absolutely as freehold, or land that has been cultivated as farmland before any grant was made in respect of that land. The principal Act does apply to land: (1) vested in the President; (2) subject to the Administration of Lands Act; (3) sub-leased for the purpose of farmland; (4) acquired by way of lease for farming; (5) acquired under customary law and leased or otherwise transferred for farming.
Amends: Rents (Stabilization) Act, 1962 (Act No. 109). (1962-03-01)
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