The Act provides for the establishment of a permanent government institution called the Amerindian Lands Commission.
This Act provides for the establishment of an Agricultural Development Authority as a body corporate for the area described in Schedule 1. The principal tasks of the Authority are in the field of land regulation, land irrigation and drainage. The 40 sections are divided into 9 Parts: No title (sects. 1 and 2); Establishment and functions of the authority (sects.
These Regulations implement provisions of the Rice Farmers (Security of Tenure) Act. They regulate the procedures of application for the ascertainment of maximum rent with an Assessment Committee under section 12 of the Act. (5 regulations and 4 Forms)
Implements: Rice Farmers (Security of Tenure) Act (Cap. 69:02). (1996)
This Act makes provision for the registration of titles in land. The 164 articles are divided into 20 Parts: Preliminary (I); Administration (II); Commissioners of Title (III); First Registration - A. Registration areas, B. Areas other than registration areas, C.
This Act provides for a further regulation of land tenure contracts between rice farmers and landlords in order to strengthen the position of the former. The Minister may establish committees which shall perform several duties in relation with the assessment of rents and the observance of conditions of contracts of tenancy in a specified area (sects. 8 to 26).
The areas set out in the Schedule are designated as registration areas in terms of the Land Registry Act. (2 articles)
Implements: Land Registry Act (Cap. 5:02). (2002)