Notice on Exemptions under section 24 of the Land Control Act (Cap. 302). | Land Portal

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This Notice specifies exemptions for purposes of section 24 of the Land Control Act. Section 24 gives power to the President to, by Notice in the Gazette, exempt: (a) any land or share, or any class of land or share; or (b) any controlled transaction, or any class of controlled transaction; or (c) any person in respect of controlled transactions or some class of controlled transaction, from all or any of the provisions of this Act, or from any prohibition made under section 23 of this Act, on such conditions (if any) as (s)he may think fit to impose. Exemptions include a mortgage of land in favour of: (a) the Land and Agricultural Bank of Kenya; (b) the Agricultural Finance Corporation; (c) the Agricultural Settlement Trust.

Implements: Land Control Act (Cap. 302). (2008)

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