ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS
1. Short title.
3. Conversion of Government leasehold into right of occupancy.
4. Interests other than Government leases.
5. Premiums, rents, fees and other terms and conditions.
7. Powers of Minister.
8. President's power to make orders for removal of difficulties.
10. Cap. 393 shall cease to apply where Government leasehold converted to right of occupancy
THE GOVERNMENT LEASEHOLDS (CONVERSION TO RIGHTS OF OCCUPANCY) ACT
An Act to convert Government leaseholds into rights of occupancy, to disapply the Freehold Titles (Conversion) and Government Leases Act, 1963 and to provide for related matters.
[1st April, 1970]
[G.N. No. 85 of 1970]
Act No. 44 of 1969
This Act may be cited as the Government Leaseholds (Conversion to Rights of Occupancy) Act.
(1) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires–
"appointed day" in relation to any Government lease means the Commissioner for Lands;
"derivative lease" means a sublease or a sub-sublease;
"Government lease" means any lease which immediately before the appointed day was a Government lease within the meaning of the Freehold Titles (Conversion) and Government Leases Act *;
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