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Forestry and Wildlife Conservation and Development

PROCLAMATION No. 155/2006 THE FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROCLAMATION Article 1. Short Title This Proclamation may be cited as the “Forestry and Wildlife Conservation and Development Proclamation No. 155/2006’’. Article 2. Definitions (1) In this Proclamation, unless the context otherwise requires: (2) ’Board’’means the Forestry and Wild life Advisory Board established under Article 5 of this Proclamation; (3) “Community or private woodlot” means a wood lot owned by a community or privately pursuant to an agreement under Article 24 of this Proclamation;
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