Minerals Concessions Commutation Act, 1912
Act 38 of 1912
- Commenced on 1 September 1912
- [This is the version of this document at 1 December 1998.]
1. Short titleThis Act may be cited as the Minerals Concessions Commutation Act, 1912.
2. InterpretationIn this Act, unless the context otherwise requires—“mineral concession” means a concession made by or on behalf of the Ngwenyama of Swaziland and confirmed either by the late Chief Court of Swaziland*, or by the High Commissioner under the Concessions Act No. 3 of 1904, giving a right to precious or base metals, precious stones, minerals or mineral products on any area;“Minister” means the Minister responsible for Mines;“holder” in relation to a mineral concession means the registered holder of such concession or the executor or legal representative of such registered holder;“commuted mineral concession” means a mineral concession the holder whereof has commuted his contingent liabilities thereunder as provided in section 3.
3. Notice and taking effect of commutation
5. Tax on unworked land
History of this document
01 December 1998 this version
01 September 1912