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This Ordinance prohibits the unlawful occupation or use of Crown land. The Minister may issue a notice to a person who commits an offence under this Ordinance to give up the occupation of the land and to restore it to its original condition. If the person committing the offence refuses to comply with the notice, the Commissioner of Lands or another authorised officer may remove or demolish any structure on the land. No prosecution shall be instituted against persons that comply within 60 days of the commencement of this Ordinance.
This Ordinance establishes the National Trust as a body corporate. The Trust shall safeguard the cultural, historical and natural heritage of the Turks and Caicos Islands through the preservation of areas, sites, buildings, structures and objects of cultural, historical or natural significance. It may, among other things, engage in programmes to preserve and propagate wildlife. The Trust shall be managed by the Trust Council, which may establish district and special committees.
This Ordinance provides with respect to theft, and defines "theft" including theft of land and things forming part of the land such as game or wild plants. The Ordinance also concerns restoration orders by court.