This Regulation, consisting of three Parts and completed by three Schedules, implements the Queensland Heritage Act 1992.
These Regulations, consisting of 67 sections divided into five Parts and completed by six Schedules (schedule 7 is rescinded), implement provisions of the local Government Act 1993.The Regulations, among other things, provide for the Elections of mayor and deputy mayor by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 i
These Regulations, consisting of 72 sections divided into five Parts, implement the Cullen Bay Marina Act by providing specifications on the operation of the management corporation and committee (Part 2), the duties of owners and occupiers of lots (Part 3) and on insurance (Part 4) and subdivision and consolidation of lots.
Implements: Cullen Bay Marina Act. (2016-03-02)
The object of this Act is to ensure, as soon as it is practicable to do so, that, notwithstanding the uncertainty that has arisen in relation to the effectiveness of the acquisition of the relevant land by the Commonwealth under the Lands Acquisition Act in 1978, that land is vested in the Commonwealth, and the Commonwealth has a right to immediate possession of that land, for the purpose of in
This Act concerns the acquisition of land in the territory of South Australia. The Act defines the procedures for the acquisition of land and related negotiation and compensation. The Act is divided into the following Parts: Preliminary; Proposal to acquire land; Acquisition of land; Negotiation and compensation; Powers of entry and temporary occupation and Miscellaneous.
This Act aims to auhtorize the granting by the Crown of land at Northcote to the Aborigines Advancement League Incorporated. Section 6 stipulates that no compensation is payable by the Crown in respect of anything done under or arising out of this Act. The Act is completed by one Schedule specifying land which may be granted to the Aborigines Advancement League Incorporated.
The Regulation establishes the general procedure for arbitration, which includes: (a) the application for arbitration, to be addressed to the Director-General and lodged at (or sent by post to) the head office of the Department of Agriculture; (b) the compilation by the Director-General of a list of legal practitioners who may be appointed as Chairpersons of the arbitration committee, a list of
An Act to provide for the introduction of animals and plants, for the establishment of fences to protect agricultural land ad for the management of stock routes. It consists of 247 sections and is divided into 12 Parts. Part 1 contains preliminary provisions, including definitions of terms under the Act.
"Fund" means the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Land Fund established by subsection 201 (1) of the Native Title Act 1993. The fund is a Trust Account for the purposes of section 62A of the Audit Act 1901.