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Lyrup Village Association (District Extension) Act.—1921.

(3) The Commissioner shall cause the lands so set apart to be subdivided as follows:

1. The horticultural lands into nine blocks (hereinafter referred to as “horticultural blocks”) of as nearly as

" practicable equal unimproved value ; and II. The commonage lands into one or more blocks of such

area as he determines.

Plans of new works

Construction of Irrigation Works and Financial Arrangements.

6. The Commissioner shall, in collaboration with the Board of and improvements. the Association, cause to be prepared plans and specifications of the

irrigation works and improvements which are necessary to be constructed in order to bring under cultivation and irrigation the horticultural blocks set apart under this Act.

Association to

7. (1) The Association shall cause such works and improvements carry out works and to be carried out in accordance with such plans and specifications. improvements.

(2) The Commissioner may, at the request of the Association, carry out such works and improvements at the expense of the Association.

Financial arrange. ments.

8. The moneys required for the purpose of carrying out such works and improvements shall be provided as follows : 1. The Commissioner may, notwithstanding the provisions

of section 114 of the Crown Lands Act, 1915, advance to the Association a sum not exceeding Six Thousand Five Hundred Pounds :

II. Any further moneys required for such purpose shall be

provided by the Association.

Advance to be a 9. (1) Subject to the provisions of section 10 of this Act, the sum charge upon Associa- advanced by the Commissioner to the Association shall be a first tion property.

charge upon all the property of, and shall be deemed a debt due by, such Association to the Commissioner. Such amount shall be paid to the Commissioner by such Association by forty-two equal annual payments, together with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum on the balance for the time being remaining unpaid. The first payment shall be made at the expiration of twelve months from the date of the making of the advance. Such amount and interest are hereinafter referred to as “ the sum advanced”.

(2) If and so often as the Association fails to duly make such annual payment, the same shall be recoverable from the members thereof, each member being liable to pay a proportion thereof to be ascertained by dividing the amount of such annual payment (or the unpaid balance thereof) by the number of members of the

Association

Lyrup Village Association (District Extension) Act.--1921.

Association at the time when the default occurred. Such proportion shall also be a charge upon the block of each such member, subject only to the charge created by subsection (1) hereof.

10. (1) Upon a lease being granted of any horticultural block Liability of lessees set apart under this Act, but only whilst such lease, or any lease for proportion of granted in substitution therefor, continues (a) the liability of the Association in respect of a proportion

(to be ascertained as mentioned in subsection (2) of this

section) of the sum advanced shall be suspended ; and (b) the lessee for the time being of such block shall be liable to

pay such proportion. (2) The proportion to be paid by a lessee shall be a.sum which bears the same proportion to the sum advanced as the area of such lessee's block bears to the total area of the horticultural blocks set apart under this Act.

11. The sum to be paid by a lessee shall be a first charge How lessee's proporupon such lessee's block, and shall be deemed to be a debt due by tion to be paid. the lessee for the time being to the Commissioner, and shall be paid to the Commissioner by the lessee by forty-two equal annual payments, together with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum on the balance for the time being remaining unpaid. Such instalments shall be paid on the days on which the Association would have been liable to pay the same if the lease had not been granted.

instalments as between lessee

12. The instalments required by sections 9 and 11 to be paid by Apportionment of the Association and the lessee respectively shall be considered as accruing from day to day, and when an event, upon the occurrence and Association. of which the liability of the Association or the lessee (as the case may be) to pay such instalments is transposed, occurs on any day other than a day upon which an instalment becomes due, the next instalment becoming due after the occurrence of such event shall be apportioned as between the Association and the lessee accordingly.

13. The moneys required for the purposes of this Act shall be Financial provision. paid out of moneys to be provided by Parliament for such purposes.

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Act, 1915, s. 100.

Leases. 14. (1) The Commissioner may lease any horticultural block set Leases of hortiapart under this Act to any person who is eligible for membership cultural blocks, of the Association, and thereupon such person shall be deemed for Cl. Crown Lands all purposes to become a member of the Association.

(2) Notice shall be given in the Government Gazette that any unleased blocks are open to application, and such notice shall contain such particulars as the Commissioner thinks proper.

(3) The blocks shall be allotted by the Land Board.

Lyrup Village Association (District Extension) Act.—1921.

(4) No person shall hold more than one of such blocks, and every lessee shall hold his block for his individual use and enjoyment.

(5) The Commissioner may, on granting a lease, obtain from the lessee such premium (if any), not exceeding the sum of Ten Pounds, as he thinks fit, and such premium shall be the property of the Association.

(6) All unleased horticultural blocks shall be under the control of the Association, and the Association shall keep all improvements thereon in good repair.

15. The commonage lands shall be leased to and held by the Association on perpetual lease.

Commonage lands.

Application of 16. Without limiting the effect of the incorporation of this Act Part VIII. of Crown with the Crown Lands Act, 1915, all the provisions of Part VIII. of , 1915.

that Act shall, mutatis mutandis, so far as they are not inconsistent ?
with any provision of this Act, apply to and in respect of the lands
hereby added to the District of the Association, in all respects as
if such lands had formed part of the reserved lands referred to in
the said Part VIII.

In the name and on behalf of His Majesty, I hereby assent to this Bill.

W. E. G. A. WEIGALL, Governor.

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Adelaide: By authority, R. E. E. ROGERS, Government Printer, North Terrace.

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