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These Rules, made under the Forest, Soil and Water Conservation Act, provide with respect to management and protection of Crown lands, and in particular of forest resources on such land. The 26 rules deal, inter alia, with the following matters: concessions to cut timber or to extract forest produce; licences to cut timber, to collect forest produce other than timber and to burn charcoal; stamping of trees; conditions for the cutting of trees on Crown land; trees to be stamped before being cut; measurement of trees; marking of trees; timber shall be property of the government; registered property marks; and fees and royalties. (Completed by 4 Schedules)

Implements: Forest, Soil and Water Conservation Act (Cap. 116). (1984)

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Rudolph Hupperts (CONSLEGB)

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