Land and Environment Court Act 1979 No 204
Current version for 1 September 2014 to date (accessed 19 December 2014 at 00:28)

19   Class 3—land tenure, valuation, rating and compensation matters

The Court has jurisdiction (referred to in this Act as “Class 3” of its jurisdiction) to hear and dispose of the following:
(a)  appeals, references or other matters that may be heard and disposed of by the Court under the Crown Lands Act 1989, the Western Lands Act 1901 or Division 2 of Part 12 of the Roads Act 1993, being appeals, references or other matters that are not referred to in any other section of this Part,
(b)  appeals under section 37 (1) of the Valuation of Land Act 1916,
(b1)  (Repealed)
(c)  appeals against boundary determinations under Part 14A (Boundary determinations) of the Real Property Act 1900,
(c1)  proceedings under the Encroachment of Buildings Act 1922,
(d)  appeals and applications under sections 179, 181, 526 (and section 526 as applied by section 531), 574, 677 and 730 of the Local Government Act 1993,
(e)  claims for compensation by reason of the acquisition of land, referred to in Division 2,
(e1)  (Repealed)
(e2)  proceedings under sections 29, 30 and 31 of the Access to Neighbouring Land Act 2000,
(e3)  appeals under section 22 or 24 of the Lord Howe Island Act 1953,
(f)  proceedings under section 10 of the Growth Centres (Land Acquisition) Act 1974,
(f1)  appeals under section 12B of the Mine Subsidence Compensation Act 1961,
(g)  proceedings to recover compensation payable pursuant to sections 96A (7) and 121ZL of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979,
(g1)  appeals under section 44, 202 or 220AA of the Fisheries Management Act 1994,
(g2)  appeals under section 36 (7) or 174 of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983,
(g3)  references under section 175 of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983,
(g4)  claims for compensation under section 71X of the Water Management Act 2000,
(g5)  applications under section 40 (2) of this Act,
(h)  any other appeals, references or other matters which an Act provides may be heard and disposed of by the Court, being appeals, references or other matters that are not referred to in any other section of this Part.
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