This Act makes provision for the registration of deeds relating to immovable property and the appointment of the Registrar of Deeds. It also provides rules for the alienation of land by the State, the manner of transfer of land in general and concerns rights in immovable property and related to leases. If the State alienates State land not previously registered in the name of any other person, then the State may transfer the ownership in the land to the transferee by means of a deed of grant issued in terms of proper authority.
This Act amends the Sectional Titles Act in provisions concerning, among other things: the registration of a sectional mortgage bond (as defined by this Act); certificates of registered sectional title or real right; and purchase of common property by a body corporate.
Amends: Sectional Titles Act, 1986. (1999)
This Act establishes the Namibian Council for Property Valuers Profession and provides with respect to qualification and registration of immovable property valuers. It also provides for control of the conduct of the professional practice of property valuers and disciplinary powers of the disciplinary tribunal appointed of under this Act. "Property" in this Act includes movable assets which forms part of an immovable property. The Council shall, among other things, register any person required to be registered in terms of this Act and appoint a Registrar for this purpose.
The objects of this Act are: (a) to create alternative forms of land title that are simpler and cheaper to administer than existing forms of land title; (b) to provide security of title for persons who live in informal settlements or who are provided with low income housing; (c) to empower the persons concerned economically by means of these rights. The Act empowers a municipality, town or village council or a regional council (for settlement areas) to establish a starter title or land hold title scheme.
This Act: grants power to the President of South Africa to establish lake areas by Proclamation; establishes the Lake Areas Development Board for purposes of management of lake areas established under this Act; defines regulation-making powers of the Minister; and provides for other matters relative to the control and management of lake areas and the Board.The object of the Board shall be to control, manage and develop any State land situated within any lake area.
This Notification made by the Minister of Lands and Resettlement in terms of section 39 of the Agricultural (Commercial) Land Reform Act, 1995, sets out number, location and description of farming units offered for allotment and invites, applications for the allotment of the farming units offered for allotment. Applications must be made in the manner stated in the Schedule. The Notice sets out minimum qualifications required to qualify of applicants.
These Regulations amend the Regulations made under the Sectional Titles Act, 1986 with respect to documents to be registered in the sectional title register (reg. 13); acceptance of responsibility for correctness of facts presented for registration (reg. 16C); description and numbering of Exclusive Use Areas and requirements for the transfer of such areas (reg. 28); forms (Annexure 1); and management rules for association of owners (Annexure 8).
Amends: Regulations made under the Sectional Titles Act, 1986. (1988-04-08)
The objectives of this NAP is to structure and guide the implementation of the UNCCD and define the elements of strengthening environmental capacities, enhance public awareness and mobilize active participation in order to better manage the natural resources, combat DLDD.The objective also contains elements of strengthening the policy, legal and institutional foundations for environmental management.In order to structure overall programme of the NAP, the five programme areas that were formulated in 1998 and reviewed and adopted as part of NAP in 2005 have been subjected to a series of stake
This Act amends the Expropriation Act of 1975 in order to replace certain official designations; to delete certain obsolete expressions and references; to make new provision regarding the rate at which interest is payable on outstanding amounts of compensation; to delete the rules according to which the value of goodwill is calculated in the determination of amounts of compensation; and to make new provision regarding the requirements for the appointment of a president of a compensation court from the ranks of magistrates and former magistrates; and to provide for incidental matters.
The Act amends certain provisions of the Expropriation Act of 1975 relating to the tariffs of court and other fees in connection with the proceedings before compensation courts.
Amends: Expropriation Act 1975 (No. 63 of 1975). (1975-06-20)