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The present Act lays down provisions relating to the financial aspects of drainage of land. For the purpose of the present Act “drainage work” means a drainage system constructed of tile, pipe or tubing of any material beneath the surface of agricultural land, including integral inlets and outlets, for the purpose of improving the productivity of the land drained.
The present Regulation enacts the Land Transfer Tax Act. The Regulation lays down provisions relating to land lease. Section 1 establishes that where an instrument containing an extension or notice of extension of the rights under a lease or sublease is registered at a time when the term of such lease or sublease including any renewals or extensions, but without regard to the extension to be registered, exceeds fifty years, the value of the consideration in respect to such extension shall be reduced. The text consists of 3 sections.
The present Regulation enacts the Land Transfer Tax Act. The Regulation lays down provisions relating to the taxation of mineral lands, in particular to classes of conveyances. At the outset the Regulation defines the terms “minerals”, “mineral rights”, “surface rights” and “surface rights option”. The text consists 3 sections.
Implements: Land Transfer Tax Act (R.S.O. 1990, c. L.6). (2017)
The present Act lays down comprehensive provisions relating to the transfer of property including land. The text – consisting of 61 sections – deals with the following aspects: disposal of certain interests in land by deed, land acquired by possession by two or more, release of part of land from rent-charge and lien on lands for improvements under mistake of title.
Section 2 of the above-mentioned Act establishes that the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors is continued as a corporation without share capital under the name Association of Ontario Land Surveyors. The principal object of the Association is to regulate the practice of professional land surveying and to govern its members and holders of certificates of authorization in accordance with this Act and other Regulations in order that the public interest may be served and protected. The text consists of 47 sections.
Implemented by: General (RRO 1990, Reg. 1026). (2012-11-01)