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These Regulations, consisting of 3 sections, implement provisions of the Access to Neighbouring Land Act 1992. The Regulations provide for administrative and legal proceedings requirements to Neighbouring Land access, which may be established by the court under section 5(4)(a) of the Access to Neighbouring Land Act 1992 if the owner of the subject land, or other person whose agreement to the entry on the subject land is required, cannot be found. The court may make an order for substituted service if satisfied that the applicant cannot find the owner of the subject land.
This Act, consisting of 86 sections divided into nine Parts and completed by two Schedules, makes provision for the acquisition of land by the Crown and by other authorities.
These Regulations implement provisions of the Aboriginal Lands Act 1995.The Regulations provide for the hearing of appeals in respect of Council’s decisions in relation to leases and licences, and for guidelines to determine whether to grant a further licence or lease in relation to Aboriginal land and the terms and conditions of any further lease or licence.
Implements: Aboriginal Lands Act 1995. (2010-07-01)
Repealed by: Aboriginal Lands Regulations 2018. (2018-05-21)
These Regulation prescribe matters that relate to the protection, management, use and preservation of good order, of public reserves.The Regulations provide specifications on the use of vehicles, vessels and aircraft in public reserves; animals in public reserves; recreational activities; protection of fauna; authorities; and the preservation of good order on Government House land.
Implements: Crown Lands Act 1976. (2016-09-23)
Repealed by: Crown Lands Regulations 2011. (2017-06-21)
These Regulations implement provisions of the Land Titles Act 1980 by providing procedures for bringing land under the Act, the contents of folios of Register and certificates of titles and prescribes the manner in which dealings are to be lodged for registration and the circumstances in which the Recorder may refuse to accept dealings for lodgment.
Implemented by: Land Titles Regulations 2012. (2012-11-19)
Implements: Land Titles Act 1980. (2014-10-01)
Repealed by: Land Titles Regulations 2012. (2012-11-19)
These Regulations, consisting of 67 sections divided into five Parts and completed by six Schedules (schedule 7 is rescinded), implement provisions of the local Government Act 1993.The Regulations, among other things, provide for the Elections of mayor and deputy mayor by councillors; Hearing and determination of election disputes; Tenders for goods and services; Annual reporting requirements in relation to tenders and contracts; contracts; the compulsory acquisition of land by the council for purposes that include the extension of public land, establishment of drainage systems and waste ma
These Regulations, consisting of 22 sections divided into six Parts and completed by two Schedules, implement provisions of the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993. The Regulations set out procedures for the advertisement of the exhibition of draft planning schemes and for the notification of their approval, and for the notice by a planning authority of permit applications.
This Act, consisting of 15 sections divided into seven Parts, concerns native titles on land and water resources in New South Wales and aims at ensuring that the law of New South Wales is consistent with the standards set by the Commonwealth Native Title Act. The Act is divided as follows: Validation of Past Acts (2); Effect of Validation on Native Title (3); Other Effects of Validation (4); Compensation (5); Confirmation of Certain Rights Under Section 212 of Commonwealth Act (6)
This Act, consisting of 58 sections divided into 15 Parts and completed by one Schedule, establishes measures for facilitating sales, leases, and other disposition of settled land, etc. Under the Act, “settlement” includes “an instrument or instruments which under this Act or the corresponding previous enactments is or are deemed to be or which together constitute a settlement, and a settlement which is deemed to have been made by any person or to be subsisting for the purposes of this Act”, what constitutes a settlement is defined under section 8.
These Regulations implement the Valuation of Land Act 2001 by prescribing: an amount by reference to which objections to valuations may be determined by the Supreme Court; the fee to be paid for a new valuation; the fee for a certified copy of an entry on a valuation roll; and the fee for a certified copy of a new valuation.
Implements: Valuation of Land Act 2001. (2012-10-01)