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This Regulation applies to the registration of the title to every parcel of land in the Province, including land owned by the Crown, unless the parcel of land is excepted from the operation of the Land Titles Act. It provides for requirements, fees and other matters related to registration.

Implements: Land Titles Act (S.N.B. 1981, c. L-1.1). (2014-11-01)

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This Act regulates the landlord-tenant relationship in New Brunswick. It covers all issues related to the rights and duties of each party, it consists of 79 sections and is divided into the following parts: Covenants and Conditions; Overholding Tenants; Summary Proceedings and Regulations.

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This regulation provides for the description of parcels of land for the purposes of the Land Titles Act. The regulation defines the standards for description by a plan, the standards for metes and bounds description and provides details on the statement of interests that benefit a parcel.

Implements: Land Titles Act (S.N.B. 1981, c. L-1.1). (2014-11-01)

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This Act concerns the management of Crown lands, i.e. all or any part of the lands vested in the Crown that are under the administration and control of the Minister and includes any water upon or under the surface of such lands and of forest and forest resources. The Act provides for surveys, for alienation and acquisition of land, including leases of Crown lands and acquisition of land by the Minister. The Act also provides for Crown timber licences, sub-licences and timber permits, the sale of timber and related royalties.

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This Regulation implements the Assessment Act by providing details on the legal and administrative procedures related to assessment, land valuation and taxation.

Implements: Assessment Act (R.S.N.B. 1973, c. A-14). (2016-02-11)

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This Act provides for the assessment of real property in New Brunswick for taxation purposes. The Act defines the mode for assessing real property and related procedures and exemptions. The valuation methods and procedures are described as well as appeals to the Assessment and Planning Appeal Board for disputes on assessment and related issues.

Implemented by: General Regulation - Assessment Act (N.B. Reg. 84-6). (2014-09-01)
Implemented by: Assessment Reduction Regulation – Assessment Act (N.B. Reg. 98-47). (2014-03-19)

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This Regulation implements the Agricultural Land Protection and Development Act by making details provisions on the Registry of Agricultural Land and by establishing and regulating the activities of the Agricultural Land Appeal Board to solve any dispute on the decisions of the Minister.

Implements: Agricultural Land Protection and Development Act (S.N.B. 1996, c. A-5.11). (2012-06-13)

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This Act provides for the formation and registration of agricultural land owners associations and defines their functions and powers. It empowers the Minister to establish and maintain a registry of agricultural land and to regulate the management of registered agricultural lands. When necessary, drains and ditches may be constructed and have to be maintained. (25 sections)

Implemented by: Registry of Agricultural Land Regulation - Agricultural Land Protection and Development Act (N.B. Reg. 97-83). (2012-06-13)

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This Regulation has three sections, listing information that is mandatory to conservation easements. It names such things as terms and rights and privileges for the holder and the grantor of the easement in these voluntary agreements granting right of use of land for the purposes specified in the Act (sect. 2).

Implements: Conservation Easements Act (S.N.B. 1998, c. C-16.3). (2012-06-13)

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The Act's aim is encourage conservation easements being placed to protect land: with endangered species or ecosystems, used for recreational purposes or of cultural or archeological significance (sect. 3).The Act has 13 sections, covering, for example: the nature and purpose of conservation easements (sects. 2 and 3); who may grant or hold a conservation easement (sects. 4 and 5); and various administrative and procedural matters related to these rights of use of land (sects. 6-13).

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