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Crown Lands Act 1989 (NSW)

Category: Legislation
Binomial Name: State of New South Wales
Sub Category:Legislation
Place:
State/Country:Australia
Summary Information:
The Crown Lands Act 1989 (NSW) is 'an Act to provide for the administration and management of Crown land in the Eastern and Central Division of the State and to repeal the Crown Lands Consolidation Act 1913, the Closer Settlement Acts and certain other Acts' (long title).

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  • References

    Resource
    Government of New South Wales (2005) Crown Lands Act 1989 (NSW)

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