It is well known that they have heretofore had serious and animated discussion concerning the rights to the lands which were ungranted at the time of the Revolution, and which usually went under the name of crown lands
. The States within the limits of whose colonial governments they were comprised have claimed them as their property, the others have contended that the rights of the crown in this article devolved upon the Union; especially as to all that part of the Western territory which, either by actual possession, or through the submission of the Indian proprietors, was subjected to the jurisdiction of the king of Great Britain, till it was relinquished in the treaty of peace.
Delighted with her progress, and fearful of wearying her with too much wisdom at once, Henry suffered the subject to decline, and by an easy transition from a piece of rocky fragment and the withered oak which he had placed near its summit, to oaks in general, to forests, the enclosure of them, waste lands, crown lands
and government, he shortly found himself arrived at politics; and from politics, it was an easy step to silence.
The Honourable Gerry Byrne, Minister of Fisheries and Land Resources, provided an update today on improvements in Crown lands
services, including a new feature that allows applications to be completed and submitted online to ensure faster, more efficient processing.
Llifon Huw Jones, who ahead of his first appearance over the charges declared himself to be allowed to "seize Crown lands
and possessions belonging to the crown", was due to be tried at Caernarfon crown court next week.
A review of the bound volumes of Crown Grants at the Crown Lands
Registry in St.
The modern treaty, the Maa-nulth Final Agreement, grants to the Huu-ay-aht self-government, ownership of its own lands and resources, a stewardship role on Crown lands
within Huuay-aht territory, as well as a Crown forestry tenure.
Examples include such metonomic usages as "The pen is mightier than the sword" (1839) or using "The Crown" to refer to the monarch (as in "Crown lands
") or "The Cabinet" to refer to a group of people; does Mr Taylor really believe that land belongs to a monarch's headgear or that, when the cabinet takes a decision, it is really the room in which they meet that has decided?
He has pointed out that in respect of disputed property the parties can go to courts or to the Government Agent if the dispute relates to private lands or crown lands
For land management Torrens is not relevant and Crown land
continues as such (27) with interest holders subject to the provisions of the Crown Lands
Act 1989 ('CLA').
Parts one and two, Orientation and Introduction to Crown Lands
in Victoria treat the inexperienced reasonably gently and give more experienced researchers an opportunity to refresh their knowledge.
"It has the potential to lead to confusion and uncertainty in the management of Alberta's Crown lands
and the regulation and development of Alberta's natural resources," said an affidavit from Jonathan Smith, branch head for aboriginal relations at Alberta Energy.
of Hawai'i) conducts a historico-legal analysis of the subsequent fate of the Crown Lands
as a means of aiding in ongoing disputes concerning their status.