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Legislation
Australia
Oceania

The purposes of this Act, consisting of 12 Parts, are as follows: (a) to provide land rights for Aboriginal persons in New South Wales, (b) to provide for representative Aboriginal Land Councils in New South Wales, (c) to vest land in those Councils, (d) to provide for the acquisition of land, and the management of land and other assets and investments, by or for those Councils and the allocati

Regulations
Australia
Oceania

The Regulation establishes the procedure for the constitution of the Local Aboriginal Land Councils, the Regional Aboriginal Land Councils and the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council. Part 5 deals with the financial management of the councils, investigators and administrators.

Regulations
Australia
Oceania

These Regulations make provision for the registration of native title agreements as foreseen by the Native Title Act. Three kinds of agreements can be registered: Body Corporate Agreements (reg. 4); Area Agreements (reg. 5); and Alternative Procedure Agreements (reg. 6).

Regulations
Australia
Oceania

This Regulation, consisting of 104 Sections, divided into 13 Parts and completed by two Schedules aims at Local Land Services is to make and levy the following rates for each year: a) a general rate on all rateable land, b) an animal health rate. The rates may be made in the previous year but must be made by 31 March of the year to which they relate.

Regulations
Australia
Oceania

This Regulation, consisting of 8 sections completed by two Schedules, implements the Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act 1948 by providing specifications on the prescribed forms, prescribed statutory declarations and prescribed fees. The schedules contain forms for statement by lessee and fees.

Legislation
Australia
Oceania

This Act, consisting of 69 sections divided into ten Parts and completed by one Schedule, continues the Aboriginal Lands Trust; to enable the Trust to acquire, hold and deal with land for the continuing benefit of Aboriginal South Australians.

Legislation
Australia
Oceania

The Act, consisting of 35 sections divided into six Parts and completed by three Schedules as follows: Preliminary (1); Appointment and functions of Commissioner (2); Soil conservation notices (2A); Areas of erosion hazard (3); Proclaimed works and catchment areas (Declaration of proclaimed works and constitution of catchment areas, Preservation of proclaimed works and catchment areas) (4); Adv

Legislation
Australia
Oceania

This Act amends the Rural Lands Protection Act 1998 to make provision for dealing with urgent matters arising in between annual State Conferences and to simplify the procedures for the election or appointment of directors of rural lands protection boards.

Amends: Rural Lands Protection Act 1998, No. 143. (2009-01-27)

Regulations
Australia
Oceania

A Land Council shall, pursuant to section 37(A) of the Act, as soon as practicable after the end of each financial year, prepare and furnish to the Minister a report of the operations of the Council during that year, together with financial statements Financial statements referred to in subsection (1) shall be audited by a person having the prescribed qualifications and appointed by the Council

Regulations
Australia
Oceania

The Regulations (62 sections) are divided into 8 Parts, i.e.: Preliminary (I); General duties of surveyor (II); Measurements and calculations (III); Datum line (IV); Monuments and reference marks (V); Field notes (VI); Water as a boundary (VII); and Miscellaneous (VIII).The Regulations contain detailed provisions and procedures on land surveying, marking, calculation methods, boundaries, etc.

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