This project aims at supporting innovative technical approaches for economically viable investment in soil conservation. It's objectives are to increase agricultural production and farm incomes by promoting the adoption of sustainable forms of land management and soil and water conservation by Santa Caterina's farmers.
The present Ordinance applies to buildings and building products. Furthermore, the Ordinance applies also to parcels of land, other facilities and equipments.
The purpose of the present Law is to implement and complete the Federal Soil Protection Act of 17 March 1998 (BGBl. I p. 502). The text consists of 17 articles divided into 4 Parts as follows: General provisions (I); Protection of soil (II); Information system concerning the quality of the soil and contaminated sites (III); Compensation and final provisions (IV).
The Act establishes the Brisbane Forest Park and provides for its management. It is divided in 7 Parts (91 sections). Part 2 specifies which land can become part of the park and the effects on proprietors’ rights of land’s inclusion in the park (sect. 11). Part 3 constitutes the Brisbane Forest Park Advisory Planning Board and specifies its composition, operation, functions and powers.
The Act authorizes the construction of a weir over the tidal land of the Breakfast Creek. The Brisbane City Council will be responsible for the construction, the maintenance and renewal of the weir (sect. 3). It consists of 5 sections and is completed by one schedule that provides the map of the area and the location of the weir.
The present Act establishes that a band, or its council, may make agreements with Canada and British Columbia for resolving and extinguishing claims to cut-off lands.
The present Act makes provisions for the settlement of differences between the governments of the Dominion of Canada and the Province of British Columbia respecting Indian Lands and certain other Indian Affairs in the afore-mentioned Province. In particular, section 2 grants powers to the Governor in Council to settle such differences with respect to Indian matters.
For the purpose of the present Act «first nation” means an aboriginal governing body, however organized and established by aboriginal people within their traditional territory in British Columbia, that has been mandated by its constituents to enter into treaty negotiations on their behalf with Her Majesty in right of Canada and Her Majesty in right of British Columbia.
This Act vests specified land in the British South Africa Company Limited and makes provision for certain rights of the Company, the President of Botswana and the Minister in respect of that land. Lands vested in the Company are specified in the First and Second Schedule.
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