New Zealand.. Analysis.
|2.||Commencement of Act.|
|3.||Repeal of Crown and Native lands Rating Acts from 31st March,1888.|
|4.||Shaving from effect of repeal.|
|5.||Native lands in boroughs to be rateable.|
|6.||Amount of rates payable to local bodies by Colonial Treasurer.|
|7.||Expenditure of rte derivable from Native lands|
1888, No. 35. An Act to amend and repeal the Acts providing for the Payment title of Rates in respect of Crown Lands and Native Lands.
Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of New Zealand in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the sam, as follows:
|1.||The Short Title of this Act is "The Crown and Native Lands Short title.Rating Act Repeal Act,1888."|
|2.||This Act Shall have retrospective operation and be deemed Commencement of Act. have come in to force on the first day of April, in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight.|
|3.||On the first day of April, one thousand eight hundred and Repeal of crown and Native Lands Rating Act from 31st March 1888. ninety, "The Crown and Native Lands Rating Act, 1882," and "The Crown and Native Lands Rating Act 1882Amendment Act, 1883Shall be and the same are hereby respectively repealed.|
|4.||The repeal effected by this Act shall not
|5.||Native lands in boroughs to be rateable.Notwithstanding the provisions of this or any other Act, all Native lands situate within a borough shall be rateable property under any Act for the time being in force regulating the making, levying, or recovery of rates in a borough.|
|6.||The amount of rates payable to local bodies by colonial Treasurer. The amount of rates to be paid in respect of Crown lands to local bodies by the Colonial Treasurer under "The Crown and Native Lands Rating Act, 1882,"—
|7.||Expenditure of rates derivable from Native lands. Rates derivable from Native lands under the said Act shall be spent only on roads for the benefit of such lands. Before any rates shall be paid to the local body, a scheme of the Proposed expenditure approved by the country council or Road Board shall be submitted to, and approved by, the Serveyor-General.|