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Legislation
Australia
Oceania

This Act, consisting of 41 sections and completed by two Schedules, provides also for the management of the land vested in Aboriginal Corporations.The sections of this Act are divided into 7 Parts: Preliminary (I); Vesting of Condah Land and Framlingham Forest (II); Management of Condah land (III); Management of Framlingham Forest (IV); Mining (V); Trust Funds (VI); Miscellaneous (VII).On the c

Legislation
Australia
Oceania

The first and second Schedule to this Act set out amendments to the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Act 1975: offences (sect. 38); preparation , amendment and revocation of plans of management by the Marine Park Authority (new Part VB); search powers of inspectors (sect. 46); penalties (various sections); and other matters.

Regulations
Australia
Oceania

The Regulations contain detailed provisions on the survey register, survey procedures, marks (including sketches), classification and standards of surveys.

Implements: Survey Co-ordination Act 1949. (2000-03-31)

Legislation
Australia
Oceania

The Act, consisting of 63 sections divided into 6 Parts and completed by one Schedule is composed as follows: Preliminary (I); Administration (II); Licensing and Registration (III); Surveying (IV); Establishment of Land Boundaries (V); and Miscellaneous (VI).

Implemented by: Survey Regulations 2007. (2017-06-22)

Legislation
Australia
Oceania

The Act (22 sections) provides for the coordination of surveys and the establishment of a central plan office at the Department of Lands for the recording of surveys, plans and related information. To this end, the Surveyor-General is given powers to ensure coordination of surveys and the Act, and a central plan register is established.

Regulations
Australia
Oceania

This Regulation is divided into 4 Parts, i.e.: Preliminary (I); Certificates of Competency (II); Registration of Surveyors (III); Miscellaneous (IV); and completed with one Schedule.

Implements: Surveyors Act 1929. (2001-08-08)

Legislation
Australia
Oceania

The Act (31 sections) is divided into 5 Parts, i.e.: Preliminary (I); Board of Surveyors (II); The Register (II); Registered Surveyors (IV); and Miscellaneous (V).The Board of Surveyors, constituted under this Act, keeps a register of surveyors and deals with offences of and charges against surveyors.

Legislation
Australia
Oceania

The Act (5 sections, 1 Schedule) sets out the official marks to be used by Government licensed or appointed surveyors in the conduct of official surveys. The use of the marks except in the conduct of an official survey is prohibited and liable to a penalty. Penalties for unauthorized defacement or destruction of survey marks, landmarks or beacons are also provided.

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