Crown Land Sample Clauses

Crown Land. Where Council is the Crown Land Committee of Management appointed by the Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI)
Crown Land. 19.1 As specified in the Section 12 of the deed of settlement Waikato-Tainui and the CCL will agree arrangements for crown land administered by LINZ as soon as reasonably practicable.
Crown Land. If the Secured Property is Crown Land, the Mortgagor shall:
Crown Land. The definition of Crown land is set out in the “Legal Aspects of Boundary Surveying as apply in NSW” by Ticehurst (1994). “’It has been a fixed principle of English law that the Crown is the proprietor of all land for which no subject can show a title. When Colonies were acquired, this feudal principle extended to the lands overseas. The mere fact that men discovered and settled upon new territory gave them no title to the soil. It belonged to the Crown until the Crown chose to grant it ... So we start with the unquestionable position that, when Governor Xxxxxx received his first Commission from King Xxxxxx XXX on October 12 1786, the whole of the lands of Australia were already, in law, the property of the King of England.’ That quotation, from the judgement of Justice Xxxxxx in Xxxxxxxx v. Attorney-General (1913), contains the basic principle upon which freehold titles are founded in New South Wales. The term ‘Crown land’, when used today in relation to the administration of land ... has a more restricted meaning. In general language it means such land as the Crown is empowered to grant or otherwise dispose of from time to time to private individuals or to set aside for special purposes under the provisions of the Crown Lands Act 1989.” The traditional doctrine of the Crown’s radical title, as outlined above, still applies today even though it has been modified in recent times by the legal recognition of native title rights (certain pre-settlement rights of indigenous people). Today Crown land is used for many public purposes, including schools, hospitals, sports grounds, community recreation, conservation and housing development. In addition, it is also available for alternative uses, including leasing for commercial or agricultural purposes, through to land development and sale to meet the needs of expanding regional and rural communities. More importantly, multiple use of Crown land is specified by legislation through the Crown Lands Act 1989. It is the Crown Lands Act 1989 and the Western Lands Act 1901 which guide the management of Crown land within the State. Crown lands within NSW are identified as being in two Divisions:  the Western Division, and  the Eastern and Central Division. “Comprising 42% of New South Wales, the Western Division is chiefly held under leases granted by the Crown pursuant to the Western Lands Act. This Act, a product of a Royal Commission in 1901 and later legislative changes, seeks to promote the prudent economic develo...
Crown Land. Where the Works are to be carried out on Crown land, the Applicant acknowledges that the permission of the committee of management must be obtained prior to the Commencement Date and that the Applicant is solely liable for complying with any requirements of the committee of management at its own cost.

Related to Crown Land

  • The Property The Landlord agrees to lease the described property below to the Tenant: (enter the property information)

  • Land The real property described in Exhibit A attached hereto and made a part hereof (the “Land”);

  • The Properties 3.1 All of the Properties are in England, Wales or Scotland.

  • Leasehold Estate Each Mortgaged Property consists of a fee simple estate in real estate or, if the related Mortgage Loan is secured in whole or in part by the interest of a Mortgagor as a lessee under a ground lease of a Mortgaged Property (a "Ground Lease"), by the related Mortgagor's interest in the Ground Lease but not by the related fee interest in such Mortgaged Property (the "Fee Interest"), and as to such Ground Leases:

  • Project Site The “Project Site” is the place where the Work is being carried on.

  • Leased Properties Section 3.22 of the Disclosure Schedule sets forth a list of all of the leases and subleases ("Leases") and each leased and subleased parcel of real property in which the Company has a leasehold or subleasehold interest or to which the Company is a party either as landlord or sublandlord (the "Leased Real Property"). Each of the Leases are in full force and effect, and the Company holds a valid and existing leasehold or subleasehold interest or Landlord or Sublandlord interest as applicable, under each of the Leases described in Section 3.22 of the Disclosure Schedule. The Company has delivered to HK true, correct, complete and accurate copies of each of the Leases. With respect to each Lease set forth on Section 3.22 of the Disclosure Schedule: (i) the Lease is legal, valid, binding, enforceable and in full force and effect; (ii) to the Knowledge of the Company the Lease will continue to be legal, valid, binding, enforceable and in full force and effect on identical terms following the Closing; (iii) neither the Company, nor, to the Knowledge of the Company, any other party to the Lease, is in breach or default, and no event has occurred which, with notice or lapse of time, would constitute such a breach or default by the Company or permit termination, modification or acceleration under the Lease by any other party thereto; (iv) the Company has not, and, to the Knowledge of the Company, no third party has repudiated any provision of the Lease; (v) there are no disputes, oral agreements, or forbearance programs in effect as to the Lease; (vi) the Lease has not been modified in any respect, except to the extent that such modifications are disclosed by the documents delivered to HK; (vii) the Company has not assigned, transferred, conveyed, mortgaged, deeded in trust or encumbered any interest in the Lease (except for Permitted Liens); and (viii) the Lease is fully assignable to HK without the necessity of any consent or the Company shall obtain all necessary consents prior to the Closing.

  • Leased Property Upon and subject to the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth, Landlord leases to Tenant and Tenant leases from Landlord all of Landlord's right, title and interest in and to all of the following (collectively, the "Leased Property"):

  • The Site The site of the Bus Terminal shall comprise the real estate described in Schedule-A and in respect of which the Right of Way shall be provided and granted by the Authority to the Concessionaire as a licensee under and in accordance with this Agreement (the “Site”). For the avoidance of doubt, it is hereby acknowledged and agreed that references to the Site shall be construed as references to the real estate required for the Bus Terminals as set forth in Schedule-A and includes Commercial Complex.

  • Leasehold Interests Each lease or agreement to which the Company is a party under which it is a lessee of any property, real or personal, is a valid and subsisting agreement without any default of the Company thereunder and, to the best of the Company's knowledge, without any default thereunder of any other party thereto. No event has occurred and is continuing which, with due notice or lapse of time or both, would constitute a default or event of default by the Company under any such lease or agreement or, to the best of the Company's knowledge, by any other party thereto. The Company's possession of such property has not been disturbed and, to the best of the Company's knowledge, no claim has been asserted against the Company adverse to its rights in such leasehold interests.

  • Tax Parcels Each Mortgaged Property constitutes one or more complete separate tax lots or is subject to an endorsement under the related Title Policy insuring same, or in certain instances an application has been made to the applicable governing authority for creation of separate tax lots, which shall be effective for the next tax year.