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Unlawful occupation of the public lands. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Lands

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

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  • Public lands

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Other titlesUnlawful occupancy of public lands
SeriesH.rp.1858
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination2 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15967457M

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structure on that land or for the occupation of the land, and the unlawful occupier is occupying a building or structure on that land without such consent having been obtained; or (b) it is in the public interest to grant such an order. • where the public lands are subject to a community based land use plan (as defined in the Far North Act) and the purpose of the occupation is not consistent with the plan • where notice has been given pursuant to the Trespass to Property Act in respect of the public lands and the purpose of the occupation is not consistent with the notice. 3. Unlawful occupation • Unlawful occupation takes place when there is a measure of permanency and where a person has already erected a structure with the intention of living on the land. • When this happens, the person is a not merely a trespasser but unlawful occupier, as contemplated in the Prevention of Illegal Eviction and the Unlawful. - Amends Abolition of Influx Control Act 68 of - Amends Abolition of Racially Based Land Measures Act of - Amends Provincial and Local Authority Affairs Amendment Act of - Amends Abolition of Restrictions on the Jurisdiction of Courts Act 88 of - Amends Extension of Security of Tenure Act 62 of

  Residential evictions in South Africa are governed by the Prevention of Illegal Eviction from and Unlawful Occupation of Land Act No. 19 of (“PIE”). This legislation was enacted to regulate both the lawful eviction of unlawful occupiers, and the recognition of land owners’ rights to approach the courts for an eviction order. The right [ ]. “lessee” means a tenant of national lands and includes the person actually in possession or occupation of national lands under a lease or Lease Purchase Agreement; “Minister” means the Minister for the time being responsible for lands; “national lands” means all lands and sea bed, other than reserved forest within 6 of 41 of File Size: KB. National Lands [CAP. [] 5 Penalty for unlawful occupation. Persisting in unlawful occupation. Fixture of land marks and penalty for removing or defacing. Penalty for occupying, etc., on pretext of application. Procedure for offences. Appeals. Rules. Resolution of conflicts with the Registered Land Act. 39 File Size: 67KB. Unlawful occupation takes place when there is a measure of permanency and where a person has already erected a structure with the intention of living on the land. When this happens, the person is not merely a trespasser but an unlawful occupier as contemplated in the Prevention of Illegal Eviction and the Unlawful Occupation of Land of