Pastoral Land Management and Conservation Act 1989. | Land Portal

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This Act, consisting of 70 sections divided into eight and completed by one Schedule, provides for the management and conservation of pastoral lands in the territory of South Australia. The purpose of the Act is to ensure that all pastoral land in the State is well managed and utilized prudently so that its renewable resources are maintained and its yield sustained and to that purpose, provide for the effective monitoring of the condition of pastoral land, the prevention of degradation of the land and its indigenous plant and animal life and the rehabilitation of the land in cases of damage. The Act provides for the establishment of the Pastoral Board and regulates its operation and functioning, regulates the use of pastoral land, in respect also of traditional rights, and prescribes procedures for the settlement of disputes.The Act is divided into the following Parts: Preliminary; Objects and duties; Administration; Pastoral leases; Land management and protection; Access to pastoral land; Appeals and Miscellaneous.

Implemented by: Pastoral Land Management and Conservation Regulations 1991. (2003-05-29)
Implemented by: Pastoral Land Management and Conservation Regulations 2006. (2018-06-21)

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