Land Act, 1933

Power of Land purchase sporting rights in certain cases.

34.—Where lands have been vested in a purchaser under any Land Purchase Act prior to the Land Act, 1923 , and the sporting rights (other than fishing rights) on or over such lands were not so vested, the Land Commission may, if of the opinion that it would be for the benefit of the country that such rights should be acquired and that they should be vested in the proprietors of the lands on or over which they are exercised, as an appurtenance to such lands, and if such proprietors are willing to purchase such rights, make an order declaring the appointed day in respect of all such rights and vesting the same in the Land Commission at a price, payable in land bonds, to be fixed (in default of agreement) by the Lay Commissioners subject to a right of appeal to the Appeal Tribunal.