National Land Code (Amendment) Act, 2008. | Land Portal

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This Act amends the National Land Code Act, 1965.Amendments include: insertion of new definitions in section 5; minor word changes and minor changes in the provisions in sections 5b, 14, 62, 80, 81, 92d, 124, 136, 140, 141, 141a, 142, 147, 204g, 254, 264a, 375, 399, 412, 426, 429a and 429b; insertion of a new Part One (C) on modifications to facilitate the implementation of the electronic land administration system; insertion of a new section 143a on powers of the State Authority in relation to applications for the partition of land subject to the agriculture category; and minor changes to the First and Fourteenth Schedule and insertion of a new Sixteenth Schedule on electronic land administration systems.

Amends: National Land Code (Act No. 56 of 1965). (2004)

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