Government of Western Australia (Australia)
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This Act, consisting of 52 sections divided into seven Parts and completed by one Schedule, provides for the establishment of an Aboriginal Affairs Planning Authority and an Aboriginal Affairs Advisory Council for the purpose of providing consultative and other services and for the economic, social and cultural advancement of persons of Aboriginal descent in Western Australia and for incidental and other purposes.
This Act, consisting of 68 sections divided into eight Parts, provides for the protection, recognition and preservation of Aboriginal cultural heritage in Western Australia.The Act provides for the establishment of the Aboriginal Cultural Material Committee and defines its internal organization and its functions, which include: to evaluate on behalf of the community the importance of places and objects alleged to be associated with Aboriginal persons; to record and preserve the traditional Aboriginal lore related to such places and objects; and to recommend to the Minister places and object
This Act, consisting of 13 sections, aims at assisting certain Aboriginal communities to manage and control their community lands and for related purposes in Western Australia. The Act applies to the Aboriginal communities incorporated as the Bidyadanga Aboriginal Community La Grange Incorporated and the Bardi Aborigines Association Inc. and any incorporated Aboriginal community that the Governor, on the advice of the Minister, declares by proclamation to be a community to which this Act applies.
These Regulations, consisting of 15 sections divided into four Parts and completed by one Schedule, regulates administrative and legal proceedings related to the certification of land title. Where an application is made for a certificate of title for the whole or part of the land the subject of any existing certificate or certificates of title the Registrar may, if the Registrar thinks fit, instead of creating the certificate of title so applied for, create and register a certificate of title for each lot or location or for any number of lots or locations included in that land.
This Act, consisting of 132 sections divided into seven Parts and completed by four Schedules, provides for the facilitation of the horizontal and vertical subdivision of land and the disposition of titles thereto in Western Australia. The Act is divided as follows: Part I Preliminar; Part II Strata schemes and survey strata schemes; Part III Variation, termination and conversion of schemes; Part IV Management; Part V Protection of purchasers; Part VI Resolution of disputes; Part VII Miscellaneous..
This Act, consisting of 243 sections divided into fourteen Parts and completed by twenty-eight Schedules, provides for the consolidation of the law relating to the simplification of the title to and the dealing with estates in land in Western Australia. This Act does not apply to the registration of rights over land in respect of minerals, petroleum, geothermal energy or geothermal energy resources; or prevent or otherwise affect the system of registration under other Acts of mining, petroleum or geothermal energy rights in respect of land whether Crown, freehold or leasehold.
This Act, consisting of three sections and completed by three Schedules, concerns the application of the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972 and establishes that the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972 does not apply to any place that is on land described in Part 1 of Schedule 1, Part 1 of Schedule 2, or Part 1 of Schedule 3, or to any object situated on or under any of that land. The reference in subsection to the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972 includes a reference to any condition imposed or other thing done under that Act before the commencement of this Act.
These Regulations, consisting of 11 sections, regulates administrative and legal proceedings related to the consolidation of the law on the simplification of the title to and the dealing with estates in land. The Regulations establish that every plan shall be accompanied by a digital electronic record of that plan in a format specified by the Inspector of Plans and Surveys.
This Act, consisting of 23 sections divided into six Parts, aims at consolidating and amending the law related to the sale of land. The Law is divided as follows: Part I Preliminary; Part II Sale of land under terms contract; Part III Restrictions on sale of subdivisional land; Part IV Offences in relation to sale of land; Part IVA Dealings in undivided shares in land; Part V Application to the Court by vendor or purchaser; Part VI Rules relating to title of general law land
This Act provides for the assessment and calculation of land tax payable for taxable land in the State.The Act further provides for exemptions, concessions and rebates.
Implemented by: Land Tax Assessment Regulations, 2003. (2009-11-17)