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This Act makes provision for the administration of estates in Belize of deceased foreign persons. It assigns powers to representatives of specified countries of origin of the deceased person to administer the estate if there is no person present in Belize at the time of death who is rightfully entitled to administer the estate of such deceased person.
This Act makes provision for the administration of (intestate) estates by persons appointed as administrators under this Act or by (probate of) will and also concerns other related matters of inheritance.
This Act makes provision with respect to the protection and conservation of ancient monuments and related matters such as the acquisition of land by the Government for purposes of this Act.
This Act concerns proceedings of the Supreme Court of Judicature to ascertain the boundaries of land held under any title or of any national land in case that there is any doubt as to the extent, identity, or boundaries of such land.
Regulations to implement provisions of the Mines and Minerals Act in general.The 61 regulations are divided into 13 Parts: Preliminary (I); Non-exclusive prospecting licence (II); Pegging of claims (III); Quarry permit (IV); Mineral right and objections (V); Royalty and transfers (VI); Mineral Dealer’s licence and export permit (VII); Residence/use of land (VIII); Surveys (IX); Keeping records
Regulations to implement provisions of the Mines and Minerals Act in with respect to safety, health and environment protection aspects of mining and related operations.The 122 regulations are divided into 14 Parts: Preliminary (I); General provisions (II); Environmental protection, reclamation and abandonment (III); Exploration (IV); Mine design and planning (V); Machinery and equipment (VI); E
These Regulations provide for the prevention and abatement of various kinds of pollution.The 64 regulations are divided into 13 Parts: Preliminary (I); Emission of contaminants into the environment (II); Air pollution generally (III); Particulate emissions from stationary sources (IV); Emission or organic compounds from stationary sources (V); Emissions of carbon monoxide from stationary source
The Act makes provision for prescription in respect of claims relative to water or land pursuant to common law by custom, prescription or grant.
The Act provides for acquisition of private land by the Crown and related procedures.The Act consists of 36 sections divided into 8 Parts: Preliminary (I); Compulsory Acquisition of land and Abandonment of Acquisition (II); Appointment and Powers of Board of Assessment (III); Determination of Small Claims for Compensation (IV); Provisions Governing Assessment of Compensation, etc.
This Act shall apply to every tenancy as defined in section 3 of the Landlord and Tenant Act in respect to any land, other than national land or land within a town, and is created under a contract that: (a) is not in writing; or (b) does not provide for a term certain of more than two years; or (c) does provide for a term certain of more than two years and contains a provision whereby either th