This Act provides rules relative to sale and other transactions concerning land. It also concerns (statutory) mortgages, easements and selected matters regarding leases. The Act requires contracts for sale etc. to be in writing. All conveyances of land or of any interest therein are void for the purpose of conveying or creating a legal estate unless made by deed.
The present Act lays down comprehensive provisions relating to the transfer of property including land. The text – consisting of 61 sections – deals with the following aspects: disposal of certain interests in land by deed, land acquired by possession by two or more, release of part of land from rent-charge and lien on lands for improvements under mistake of title.
This Act makes provision with respect to the sale, mortgage, charge, lease, vesting and other conveyancing of property. The Act form and content of contracts, and assigns certain rights to a vendor and purchaser. All conveyances in land shall be by deed in accordance with this Act. Special rules apply to easements, mortgages, leases, and some other tnsfers of rights.
This Decree makes provision with respect to the transfer of interests in land. It provides rules relative form and procedure of such transfer and defines the effects of conveyance. The Decree concerns also the recording of oral grant of interest in land under customary law and sets out the content of implied covenants for the transfer of various interests in land, including leasehold.
This Act of New Zealand, consisting of 24 Parts and three Schedules, provides for matters of government of the Cook Islands, for various matters of general law of the Cook Islands and for the administration of various matters relating to public and private land.The Act provides for the institution of Island Councils and the High Court of the Cook Islands.
This Act amends provisions of the Cook Islands Act, 1915 with respect to the alienation of native land. Subsection (2) of section 475 of the principal Act is hereby amended by omitting, the words "the High Commissioner" and substituting the words "an officer of the Land Court approved in writing for the purpose by the Secretary of Justice".
This Act repeals specified provisions of the Cook Islands Act, 1915 in the manner indicated in the First Part of the Schedule to this Act and various amendments listed in the Second Part of the Schedule to this Act.
The Regulations provide for the establishment of a Committee of Management with the task to keep a register showing details of the owners of each block of land. The incorporated owners of land shall hold an annual meeting. The Regulations further deal with election of members, procedures of meetings, proxies, seal, etc..
The objectives pursued by this Agreement are to enhance and develop the various aspects of cooperation between the Contracting Parties in several areas, including among others environmental protection, trade and commercial cooperation, human and animal health.
This Act provides for any 5 or more persons to form an association under this Act to carry on any lawful industry, trade or business on a cooperative basis. An association formed under this Act must include in its name the word " cooperative". The Act is divided into two parts, the first being; Establishment and Operation. Part 2 details, Housing Cooperatives.