This Proclamation provides with respect to the right to sue the Crown and liability of the Crown in tort and other legal matters regarding crown proceedings including any proceedings against the Crown for the recovery of land or other property.
This Ordinance concerns the right to sue the Crown and liability of the Crown in tort. It sets out rules of procedure of proceedings 0against the Crown.
This Act amends the Crown Property (Vesting) Act so as to establish a National Divestment Committee to advise Minister responsible for Land and Environment. It also empowers the Minister making a divestment Order to exempt certain categories of divestment being routed through the newly established Committee.
Amends: Crown Property (Vesting) Act. (1973)
This Act makes provision for the appointment of the Commissioner of Lands and the vesting of Crown property in the Commissioner. The Act also provides for the incorporation of the Accountant-General and the holding and disposal of land by the corporation.
For the purpose of the present Act “public property” means property of the King which is used exclusively for the benefit of the State, e.g. palace; “Crown property” means property of the King other than the King’s private property and public property. Section 4bis establishes the “Crown Property Bureau” to perform duties listed under Section 5.
A Regulation to prohibit certain activities on crown property and to provide for the control of movement of animals on such property.
This Act, consisting of 20 sections completed by one Schedule, concerns the sale of land whose proceeds are payable to the Crown. The Act defines the power of the Minister in respect of lands, the procedures for the sale and transfer of land and spells out the duties of the Minister and of the Registrar-General.
The present Regulations provide for the enactment of the Forest Resources Management Act. In particular, the Regulations lay down provisions relating to Crown resource land referred to in :a) The Forest Resources Management Act; b) The Provincial Lands Act; c) The Natural Resources Act.
This Act establishes that any interest in land remaining unclaimed since the coming into force of the Land Adjudication Act, and which by the provisions of section 17(1) of that Act were deemed to be Crown Land, shall, if not claimed by 31 December, 2000, vest in the Crown.
The elaboration of these comments has been facilitated by the International CSO Facilitating Team, which the International Planning Committee for Food Sovereignty (IPC) put in place early 2010 to facilitate CSO participation in the elaboration process of the FAO Guidelines. It requested comments from all CSO interested in this process through the Civil Society Mechanism of the CFS.