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Types of land tenure

The Queensland Government is responsible for managing state land for the benefit of all Queenslanders. Under the Land Act 1994, unallocated state land can be made available through various forms of leasehold tenure or set aside for community use as roads or reserves.

This guide describes the various forms of tenure available and the responsibilities of landholders.

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Types of land tenure

In this guide:

  1. Leases
  2. Permits to occupy
  3. Licences
  4. Reserves (trust land)
  5. Roads

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