A land trust is a federal program designed to guarantee that federal lands can be used for conservation and development.
This article originally appeared at The Washington Post.
The Land Office is a non-profit agency that manages the land that it owns and manages its buildings.
The land department’s mission is to ensure that the land is used in a way that is appropriate for its natural, cultural, historic and recreational uses.
The department uses the authority of the Crown Land Act to set up land trusts.
The Crown Land Trust Act (CLA) allows the Crown to grant land to the land minister, the minister for natural resources and the land and resources minister for use in the management of Crown lands, and for the management and management of natural resources in accordance with the land policy.
A land trust means a landowner is responsible for ensuring that all natural resources on the land are used for the purposes of conservation and that all Crown lands are managed in accordance.
Land trusts are also referred to as land grants.
For example, a land trust might give a grant of land for the purpose of protecting the Crown’s heritage, including monuments, heritage buildings, archaeological sites, historic sites and historic buildings, and the use of Crown land for purposes of development.
The CLA is one of several land trusts in Canada that was created by the Act.
These land trusts are not legal tender and cannot be used to make grants to the Crown.
However, the land department is authorized to issue grants to land owners for land management purposes.
A trust is usually a legal arrangement between two parties that will establish a legal relationship.
For example, if a landholder wants to build their home on Crown land, they would apply for a land lease.
This would require the landowner to give the land owner a lease agreement and the lease agreement would have to be approved by the land trust.
A land lease would also have to go through the land ministry.
In the United States, land trusts also exist for the benefit of people living on land and the environment.
These trust agreements can include the following types of grants:A land-based trust (BLT) is a legal agreement that sets out the rights and obligations of the land owners.
The trust agreement must be approved under the Land Code.
This law sets out how a land-related trust can be established and the types of trust agreements that can be made.
A property-based land trust (PBLT), which also requires approval under the Act, is a legally enforceable contract between the land trusts and the owner.
The PBLT sets out what rights and responsibilities are expected of the property owners.
The federal land program also has land-trust programs in some provinces.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) has land trusts that are used to build housing in Canada.
CMHC has the authority to issue land trusts to the owners of land that is not the subject of a federal land grant.CMHC also issues land trusts for the construction of housing and other infrastructure projects.
CMHC has also issued land trusts, under the Ontario Land Grant program, to certain owners of public lands for the development of new residential and commercial buildings.
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) has a land land trust program that is designed to provide land owners with an incentive to preserve heritage properties.
These are property trusts that require the approval of the Minister of Natural Resources.
The Ontario Land Act has been amended to set out a land grant program, called the Land Transfer Program, for the creation of new Crown lands and for other land transfer purposes.
The Land Transfer Fund, which is funded through the Land Act, provides funds to the Government of Ontario for the establishment and operation of a land transfer program.
The funds are available for land transfer for all Crown land that would be transferred to the federal government under the legislation.
The land transfer programs are managed by the Ministry of Natural Resource Development (MNRE) and are administered by the Land and Resources Canada.
MNRE has the statutory authority to manage the land transfer of Crown and non-Crown lands, including land that does not fall under the jurisdiction of the federal Crown Land Office.
In addition to these programs, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has programs for the protection of natural resource assets in Canada and abroad.
The CBSA also has programs to manage Canadian heritage properties that are protected as heritage.
The Canadian Heritage Heritage Protection Program (CHIP) has also been created by legislation.
The CHIP program provides financial assistance to owners of heritage properties in Canada to manage their property and preserve it for future generations.