Conservation, Forests and Lands Act 1987
The purposes of the Conservation, Forests and Lands Act 1987 are—
(a) to create a body corporate called the Director-General of Conservation, Forests and Lands, to define its powers and to transfer to it the functions of the Forests Commission, the Soil Conservation Authority and the Vermin and Noxious Weeds Destruction Board, and to abolish those bodies;
(b) to provide a framework for a land management system and to make necessary administrative, financial and enforcement provisions;
(c) to establish a system of land management co-operative agreements;
to make consequential amendments to various Acts.
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