This Act concerns the establishment, functioning, and jurisdiction of the Land Tribunal. The Tribunal may consist of one or more divisions as the Minister may consider necessary to constitute, each headed by a Land Tribunal President. The Minister shall appoint the Chief Land Tribunal President. A Land Tribunal shall have jurisdiction to - (a) hear and determine a land dispute brought to its attention; (b) hear appeals and review decision of a public body concerning land. Jurisdiction shall also include the power to generally give such directions and do such things as may be necessary or expedient for the expeditious and just hearing and determination of any land dispute. A public body wishing to enforce any of its decisions may make an application to do so, in writing, to the Land Tribunal. The Act sets out the proceedings of the Land Tribunal. The Minister may make Regulations for the better carrying out of the objects and purposes of this Act.
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