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These Regulations, made under section 4 of the State Lands Act, specify in the Schedule fees that shall be paid in respect of the several matters to which they are applicable. The fees shall be payable to the Director of Surveys. Fees shall be paid for, among other things, preparation of monthly, yearly or probationary agricultural agreements; agreements or annual renewal of agreements for the extraction of sand, gravel and other minerals; the grant of consent of the Director of Surveys to the assignment of interests held in lease; and preparation and renewal of standard agricultural leases.

Implements: State Lands Act (Cap. 57:01). (2011-12-31)

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Rudolph Hupperts (CONSLEGB)


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