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This Act regulates the title to land in Alberta. It is divided into 23 parts as follows: 1. Land Titles Office (sect. 4); 2. Officers (sects. 5-24); 3. Registration (sects. 25-59); 4. Transfers (sects. 68-74); 5. Plans (sects. 76-95); 6. Leases (sects. 98-104); 7. Mortgages and Encumbrances (sects. 105-113); 8. Powers of Attorney (sect. 115); 9. Transmission (sects. 116-120); 10. Enforcement (sects. 122 and 123); 11. Changes of Name (sect. 128); 12. Assignment for Benefit of Creditors; (sect. 129); 13. Amending Agreements (sect. 129); 14. Caveats (sects. 130-148); 15.

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Regulations
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"Notice" means a notice referred to in section 4 of the Soil Conservation Act. Section 4 prescribes that if an officer is satisfied that, with respect to land, appropriate measures are not being taken, he shall serve on the landholder a notice directing the landholder to take, within the time specified in the notice, the remedial measures set out in the notice. Where a landholder does not comply with a notice within the period of time specified in the notice an officer or a person authorized by an officer, the officer or autorised person may carry out such matters.

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An Act to provide for the classification and administration of public land, and to regulate use of and the disposal of such land and and the acquisition of other land and related matters. The Minister may by order made under section 10 classify public land and declare the use for which he considers different classes to be adaptable.

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A Regulation to prohibit certain activities on crown property and to provide for the control of movement of animals on such property.

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This Act does not apply in respect of the use of specified land within the meaning of Part 5 of the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. Every landholder shall, in respect of his land, take appropriate measures: (a) to prevent soil loss or deterioration from taking place; or (b) if soil loss or deterioration is taking place, to stop the loss or deterioration from continuing.

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