Government Notice No. 662 of 2015

Restitution of Land Rights Act No. 22 of 1994 » Ndaba Family Claim, De Schuur Farm, Matatiele/alfred Nzo
Title Restitution of Land Rights Act No. 22 of 1994 » Ndaba Family Claim, De Schuur Farm, Matatiele/alfred Nzo
DepartmentHigher Education & Training
Gazette National Gazettes, No. 39045 of 31 July, 2015, 1 page(s), 275Kb
ActAct No. 22 of 1994



Related / Restitution of Land Rights Act No. 22 of 1994

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2015/07/31
Department of Higher Education and Training    
Restitution of Land Rights Act No. 22 of 1994 » various Properties, Government Notice No. 660
2
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Restitution of Land Rights Act No. 22 of 1994 » Ndaba Family Claim, De Schuur Farm, Matatiele/alfred Nzo, Government Notice No. 663
2
Department of Rural Development and Land Reform    
Restitution of Land Rights Act No. 22 of 1994 » Erf 99160, Kensington, General Notice No. 759
1
Restitution of Land Rights Act No. 22 of 1994 » Withdrawal Notice no 151 of 2014 in the Government Gazette no 37392 Dated 7 March 2014 and Re-instating Notice no 1795 in the Government Gazette no 26693 Dated 27 August 2004, General Notice No. 798
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2015/07/24 Restitution of Land Rights Act No. 22 of 1994 » Amendment is hereby made to Gazette Notice no 1720 of 2006 Contained in Government Gazette no 29397 Dated 24 November 2006, General Notice No. 739
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Restitution of Land Rights Act No. 22 of 1994 » Erf 7258, Ermelo, General Notice No. 740
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Restitution of Land Rights Act No. 22 of 1994 » Lange Spruit 22 Ju, General Notice No. 741
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Restitution of Land Rights Act No. 22 of 1994 » Hartebeesfontein 224 Jr, General Notice No. 742
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Restitution of Land Rights Act No. 22 of 1994 » Nooitgedacht 237 Is, General Notice No. 743
2
Restitution of Land Rights Act No. 22 of 1994 » Frischgewaagd 409 Jt, General Notice No. 744
2
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