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An Act to provide for the vesting in certain Aboriginal communities of certain land at Lake Condah and Framlingham owned by the State of Victoria, and for related purposes.

Legislação
Austrália, Oceânia

This Act, consisting of 41 sections and completed by two Schedules, provides also for the management of the land vested in Aboriginal Corporations.The sections of this Act are divided into 7 Parts: Preliminary (I); Vesting of Condah Land and Framlingham Forest (II); Management of Condah land (III); Management of Framlingham Forest (IV); Mining (V); Trust Funds (VI); Miscellaneous (VII).On the commencement of this Act, Framlingham Forest, shall be vested in the Kirrae Whurrong Aboriginal Corporation.

Library Resource

An Act to amend legislation administered by the Department of Environment, Sport and territories, and for related purposes.

Legislação
Austrália, Oceânia

The first and second Schedule to this Act set out amendments to the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Act 1975: offences (sect. 38); preparation , amendment and revocation of plans of management by the Marine Park Authority (new Part VB); search powers of inspectors (sect. 46); penalties (various sections); and other matters. The Authority may prepare plans of management for: (a) one or more areas of the Marine Park; (b) one or more species in the Park; (c) one or more ecological communities within the Park (sect. 39X).

Library Resource

An Act providing for the granting of Traditional Aboriginal Land in the Northern Territory for the benefit of Aboriginals, and for other purposes.

Legislação
Austrália, Oceânia

This Act makes provision in respect of the granting rights in traditional aboriginal land in the Northern Territory to aboriginals.

Library Resource
Legislação
Austrália, Oceânia

The Act, consisting of 63 sections divided into 6 Parts and completed by one Schedule is composed as follows: Preliminary (I); Administration (II); Licensing and Registration (III); Surveying (IV); Establishment of Land Boundaries (V); and Miscellaneous (VI).

Implemented by: Survey Regulations 2007. (2017-06-22)

Library Resource

An Act to provide for the coordination of surveys; for the establishment of a central plan office for the recording of surveys, plans and information relating thereto; and for purposes connected therewith.

Legislação
Austrália, Oceânia

The Act (22 sections) provides for the coordination of surveys and the establishment of a central plan office at the Department of Lands for the recording of surveys, plans and related information. To this end, the Surveyor-General is given powers to ensure coordination of surveys and the Act, and a central plan register is established. Public authorities are to give notice of intention to commence new surveys to the Surveyor-General. The Surveyor-General shall have the power to require connection of proposed surveys to existing surveys, permanent marks etc.

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