(1) A tenure in force under a repealed Act immediately before its repeal remains in force subject to the provisions of this Act and the Principal Act.(2) If the tenure is a lease or occupancy for a defined term, the tenure does not (except as provided in this Act or the Principal Act) continue beyond the end of that term.(3) A conditional purchase current under section 28B or 28BB of the Western Lands Act 1901 immediately before the commencement of Part 1 of Schedule 1 continues after that commencement as a conditional purchase subject to this Act, the Principal Act and the Western Lands Act 1901.(4) In this section:
repealed Act means an Act repealed by the Principal Act or the Prickly Pear Act 1987.
tenure means:(a) an incomplete purchase listed in Part 1 of Schedule 1, or(b) a perpetual lease, term lease or special lease, or(c) a permissive occupancy, or(d) (Repealed)(e) a lease to the Commonwealth under section 69A of the Crown Lands Consolidation Act 1913.
(1) Part 1 of Schedule 2 applies:(a) to and in respect of incomplete purchases (other than purchases made after the commencement of this section or tenures derived from any such purchases), and(b) to the extent that they are expressed to so apply—to and in respect of land formerly comprised in those incomplete purchases.(2)–(4) (Repealed)(5) In this Act, a reference to land formerly comprised in an incomplete purchase includes a reference to land that was an incomplete purchase at any time before the commencement of this section even if the purchase was completed before that commencement.
Part 2 of Schedule 2 applies to and in respect of perpetual leases.
Part 3 of Schedule 2 applies to and in respect of term leases.
Part 5 of Schedule 2 applies to and in respect of special leases.
Part 6 of Schedule 2 applies to and in respect of permissive occupancies.
Part 8 of Schedule 2 applies to and in respect of leases to the Commonwealth under section 69A of the Crown Lands Consolidation Act 1913.