Land (Group Representatives) Act (Cap. 287). | Land Portal

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This Act makes provision for the incorporation of group representatives of groups formed under the Land Adjudication Act and contains rules relative to the administration of such group representatives and its property and the nomination and powers of the Registrar of Group Representatives. The Minister shall appoint a Registrar of Group Representatives to perform the duties and exercise the powers imposed and conferred on by this Act. Upon being notified under section 23 (5) (c) of the Land Adjudication Act that a group has been advised to apply for group representatives to be incorporated under this Act, the Registrar shall convene a meeting of the members of the group. If at such meeting the members of a group resolve that group representatives shall be incorporated, the group shall make application to the registrar in the prescribed manner for their incorporation under this Act. A group may adopt rules regulating matters not regulated by the constitution and matters relating to the procedure of the group and its officers and the administration of its property and affairs.

Implemented by: Land (Group Representatives) (Prescribed Information) Regulations, 1970. (2010)
Repealed by: Community Land Act, 2016 (No. 27 of 2016). (2016-08-31)

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