The Act contains a list of certain areas to be proclaimed as Crown lands. The Proclamation of said areas as Crown lands shall not affect any concession, lease, servitude or other right existing in respect of the said areas at the date set out in the third column of the Schedule to this Act and not vested in the Crown.
Subject to this Act, the local authority may assess and levy a general rate upon all immovable property. The rate assessed shall be subject to the approval of the Minister for Local Administration.
The Minister may dispose of Crown lands by grant, sale, lease or otherwise in such manner and on such conditions as he may deem advisable, and may grant any Crown land in exchange for any other land or interest therein. All rights to precious or base metals, precious stones, minerals or mineral products shall be excluded from the grant, sale, lease or other disposal of Crown lands.
The Act determines in the Schedule the areas set apart under section 2 of the Concessions Partition Act, and states the conditions under which the Swazi nation is entitled to the sole and exclusive use and occupation of said areas.
In every municipality there shall be a municipal or town council, constituted according to the procedure set out in Part II, and which shall be managed in compliance with the provisions of Part VI.
The Act establishes the procedure for the acquisition of any real property needed for public purposes, and, in the case of immovable property, for the acquisition by freehold title or by leasehold. The procedure includes, inter alia, preliminary investigations, notice of intention to take property to the persons concerned, power to take possession.
The Governor shall appoint a Commission to deal with concessions confirmed by the Chief Court. Any concession or grant on land conferring any of the rights listed in article 4 shall be suspended until further notification is made according to the provisions of this Act.
The Contracting States, in the belief that objectives set out in the Preamble would be better achieved by amending the 1968 Algiers Convention on the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources by expanding elements related to sustainable development, have agreed on measures to enhance environmental protection, to foster the conservation and sustainable use of natural resources; and to harmoni
The Regulations contain a model form of the grant to be issued in respect of land sold under the authority of the Crown Land Disposal Act 1911.
Implements: Crown Lands Disposal Act 1911 (No. 13 of 1911). (1911-03-11)
For the purpose of implementing the Land Survey Act 1961, the Regulation establish in Part III, concerning field work, establishes, inter alia, the procedure, methods of measurement and the limit of allowable difference from the original survey.