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Management of State Forests Act, No. 128 of 1992

Long title


To provide for the management of and control over State forests by a company to be established; and for matters connected therewith.

Table of contents

SECTION TITLE
1. Definitions
2. Incorporation of public company
3. Objects of Company
4. [...repealed by Act 1998_084_077 - was entitled “Agreement regarding State forests”]
5. Staff
6. Short title and commencement
 
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