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Regulaciones
Marzo, 2016
Canadá

The present Regulation is made under the Planning Act. In particular, the Regulation lays down provisions relating to the Inland Port Special Planning Area. The text consists of 4 sections and 2 Schedules as follows: Inland Port Special Planning Area Development Plan By-Law (1); Inland Port Special Planning Area Zoning By-Law (2).

Implements: Planning Act (C.C.S.M. c. P80). (2015)

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Legislación
Enero, 1998
Canadá

This Act regulates the Land Surveyors in Manitoba and provides for the Association of Manitoba Land Surveyors is continued as a body corporate.

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Legislación
Enero, 1987
Canadá

This Act, consisting of 40 sections, makes provisions with respect to land tenure rights, conveyance of lands, easements, transfer of land, leases, mortgages, foreign governments right to own land and various other matters relative to the registration of titles, use of land rights, transfer of land, etc.

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Regulaciones
Canadá, Américas, América Septentrional

The present Regulations enforces provisions of the Cooperatives Act by prescribing forms and by regulating more in detail various matters mainly relating to internal organization and procedures of cooperative societies including registration; records of a co-operative society; membership and meeting of members; management and financial matters; and arbitration and other dispute resolution.

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Legislación
Canadá, Américas, América Septentrional

The present Act provides for the continuation of the Heritage Manitoba as a body corporate consisting of the members of the board and such other persons as may become members pursuant to the by-laws. Section 9 establishes that the objects of the Foundation are, inter alia, to receive, acquire by purchase, donation o lease, and to hold, preserve, maintain or construct, restore and manage property both real and personal of historical, architectural, recreational, aesthetic or scenic interest for the use, enjoyment and benefit of the people of Manitoba. The text consists of 18 sections.

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