Government Leases Ordinance


Published: 1997-07-01

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Cap 40 - GOVERNMENT LEASES ORDINANCE 1

Chapter: 40 GOVERNMENT LEASES ORDINANCE Gazette Number Version Date

Long title 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 17 & 18

To make provision for the renewal of certain Government leases.

(Amended 29 of 1998 s. 17)


[14 December 1973]

(Originally 75 of 1973)

Part: I PRELIMINARY 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 s. 18

Section: 1 Short title 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 s. 18


This Ordinance may be cited as the Government Leases Ordinance.
(Amended 29 of 1998 s. 18)


Section: 2 Interpretation 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18 & 105


In this Ordinance, unless the context otherwise requires-
"Commissioner" (差餉物業估價署署長) means the Commissioner of Rating and Valuation;
"Director" (地政總署署長) means the Director of Lands; (Amended L.N. 76 of 1982; L.N. 94 of 1986; L.N. 291 of

1993)
"lot" (地段) means any piece or parcel of ground demised under a Government lease; (Amended 29 of 1998 s. 105)
"new Government lease" (新政府租契) means such a lease as is deemed to be granted under Part II; (Amended 29

of 1998 s. 105)
"new Government rent" (新地稅) means such a rent as shall be fixed under Part II; (Amended 29 of 1998 s. 105)
"published" (刊登) means published in the Gazette and in one daily newspaper printed in the English language for

circulation in Hong Kong and in one daily newspaper printed in the Chinese language for circulation in Hong
Kong;

"relevant day" (有關日子) means 1 July 1973 or the day immediately following the day of expiration of the
Government lease, whichever is the later; (Amended 29 of 1998 s. 105)

"renewable Government lease" (可續期政府租契) means a Government lease to which the Ordinance applies by
virtue of section 3; (Amended 29 of 1998 s. 105)

"scheduled lot" (附表地段) means a lot specified in the Schedule;
"section" (分段) means any portion of a lot which has been-

(a) assigned or alienated for the whole of the term created by the renewable Government lease of the lot;
or (Amended 29 of 1998 s. 105)

(b) declared to have been divided or severed from the remainder of the lot,
by or under an instrument which is registered in the Land Registry and any portion of a lot retained following



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such assignment or alienation; (Amended 8 of 1993 s. 2)
"tenement" (物業單位) means any land (including land covered with water) or any building, structure, or part thereof

which is held or occupied as a distinct or separate tenancy or holding.

Section: 3 Application 29 of 1998; 3 of

2000
01/07/1997



Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18, 19 & 105; 3 of 2000 s. 3


(1) Subject to subsection (2), this Ordinance applies-
(a) in the case of Government leases which expired before the commencement of this Ordinance-

(i) to every such Government lease under which land in New Kowloon or in any other part of the
New Territories was demised for a term of 75 years and which contained a right of renewal for a
further term; and

(ii) to the Government lease of each lot specified in the Schedule; and
(b) in the case of Government leases which expire after the commencement of this Ordinance-

(i) to every such Government lease under which land in Hong Kong (other than the New Territories)
is demised for a term of 99 or 75 years and which contains a right of renewal for a further term;
and

(ii) to every such Government lease under which land in New Kowloon or in any other part of the
New Territories is demised for a term of 21 years and which contains a right of renewal for a
further term.

(2) This Ordinance does not apply to any lease to which the New Territories (Renewable Government Leases)
Ordinance (Cap 152) applies. (Amended 29 of 1998 s. 19)

(3) The Chief Executive may by order amend the Schedule. (Amended 3 of 2000 s. 3)
(Amended 29 of 1998 s. 105)


Part: II RENEWAL OF GOVERNMENT LEASES* 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 s. 20

_________________________________________________________

Note:

* (Amended 29 of 1998 s. 20)

Section: 4 Renewal of Government leases which expired before

commencement of Ordinance
29 of 1998 01/07/1997



Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18, 20 & 105


(1) Where a renewable Government lease of a lot expired before the commencement of this Ordinance and the
lot had not been divided into sections before the expiration of the lease, the right of renewal contained in the lease
shall be deemed to have been exercised by the person or all the persons, if more than one, entitled to that right
immediately before the expiration of the lease and there shall be deemed to have been granted to such person or
persons on the day following the day on which the lease expired a new Government lease of the lot.

(2) Where a renewable Government lease of a lot expired before the commencement of this Ordinance and the
lot had been divided into sections before the expiration of the lease, the right of renewal contained in the lease shall be
deemed to have been exercised by the persons entitled to that right immediately before the expiration of the lease, and
there shall be deemed to have been granted to such persons on the day following the day on which the lease expired
separate new Government leases of the sections of the lot respectively held by them under the lease.

(Amended 29 of 1998 s. 105)



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Section: 5 Renewal of Government leases expiring after

commencement of Ordinance
29 of 1998 01/07/1997



Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18 & 105


(1) Where a renewable Government lease of a lot expires after the commencement of this Ordinance and the lot
has not been divided into sections before the expiration of the lease, the right of renewal contained in the lease shall, if
the lease has not been renewed pursuant to the right of renewal contained therein before it expires, be deemed to have
been exercised by the person or all the persons, if more than one, entitled to that right immediately before the
expiration of the lease, and there shall be deemed to be granted to such person or persons on the day following the day
on which the lease expired a new Government lease of the lot.

(2) Where a renewable Government lease of a lot expires after the commencement of this Ordinance and the lot
has been divided into sections before the expiration of the lease, the right of renewal contained in the lease shall, if the
lease has not been renewed pursuant to the right of renewal contained therein, before it expires, be deemed to have
been exercised by all the persons entitled to that right immediately before the expiration of the lease, and there shall be
deemed to be granted to such persons on the day following the day on which the lease expired separate new
Government leases of the sections of the lot respectively held by them under the lease.

(Amended 29 of 1998 s. 105)

Section: 6 Person entitled to renew 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18 & 105


For the avoidance of doubt, it is hereby declared that a person entitled to a right of renewal contained in a
renewable Government lease referred to in sections 4 and 5 means the person who is registered in the Land Registry
on the date of expiration of the lease as the owner or one of the owners of the lot to which the lease relates.

(Amended 8 of 1993 s. 2; 29 of 1998 s. 105)

Section: 7 Terms of new Government lease 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18 & 105


Every new Government lease shall be deemed-
(a) to be for the same term as is specified in the proviso for renewal in the renewable Government lease of

the lot or section to which the new Government lease relates;
(b) to commence immediately on the expiration of the term of the renewable Government lease of the lot

or section to which the new Government lease relates;
(c) to confer on the persons (if more than one) who were entitled to the right of renewal under the

renewable Government lease the same shares and interests as they respectively enjoyed under the
renewable Government lease immediately before its expiration.

(Amended 29 of 1998 s. 105)

Section: 8 Covenants, etc. in the new Government lease 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18 & 105


Every new Government lease shall be deemed to contain-
(a) a reservation of the new Government rent in respect of the lot or section to which the new Government

lease relates;
(b) a covenant by the lessee to pay the new Government rent in the same manner and on the same days as



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are specified in the renewable Government lease of the lot or section to which the new Government
lease relates;

(c) the same covenants, exceptions, reservations, stipulations, provisos and declarations (including the
right of re-entry) mutatis mutandis as are contained in the renewable Government lease of the lot or
section to which the new Government lease relates other than-
(i) the covenant to pay the Government rent;
(ii) the proviso for renewal on the expiration of the term;
(iii) any covenant or proviso expressed not to continue to apply after the renewal of the renewable

Government lease;
(d) a covenant by the lessee to perform, observe and comply with the covenants, exceptions, reservations,

stipulations, provisos and declarations deemed to be contained in the new Government lease by virtue
of paragraph (c).

(Amended 29 of 1998 s. 105)

Section: 9 New Government rent of a lot or section held under a new

Government lease
29 of 1998; 3 of
2000

01/07/1997



Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18 & 21; 3 of 2000 s. 3


(1) Subject to subsection (9) the new Government rent payable under a new Government lease shall be an
amount equal to 3 per cent of the rateable value of the lot or section held under new Government lease. (Amended 56
of 1978 s. 2; 29 of 1998 s. 21)

(2) Subject to the provisions of this section, the rateable value for the purposes of this section of a lot or section
held under a new Government lease is the rateable value or interim valuation as set out on the relevant day in the list
declared under section 13 of the Rating Ordinance (Cap 116), of the tenement, or, if there is more than one tenement,
the aggregate of the rateable values and interim valuations as so set out of all the tenements comprised wholly or
partly in the lot or section held under the new Government lease. (Replaced 56 of 1978 s. 2. Amended 29 of 1998 s.
21)

(3) (a) Where after the commencement of the Crown Leases (Amendment) Ordinance 1978 (56 of 1978) or
the relevant day, whichever is the later, an interim valuation is made by the Commissioner under the
Rating Ordinance (Cap 116) of any tenement comprised wholly or partly in a lot or section held under
a new Government lease consequent upon the redevelopment of the lot or section, then with effect
from the first day of the month following that in which the interim valuation becomes effective under
the Rating Ordinance (Cap 116) or the relevant day, whichever is the later, and notwithstanding
subsection (2), the rateable value of the lot or section for the purposes of this section is the aggregate
of- (Amended 29 of 1998 s. 21)
(i) the rateable value of the lot or section as last ascertained under this section; and
(ii) the interim valuation,
less that portion, if any, of the rateable value under sub-paragraph (i) attributable to a tenement or part
of a tenement included in or replaced by the tenement to which the interim valuation relates:

Provided that this subsection shall not apply to any lot or section if its effect would be to reduce
the rateable value of that lot or section to less than it would have been had the interim valuation not
been made.

(b) For the purposes of paragraph (a) "redevelopment" (重建) in relation to a lot or section means the
construction wholly or partly on the lot or section of a new building. (Replaced 56 of 1978 s. 2)

(3A) For the purposes of subsections (2) and (3), a tenement shall be deemed to be comprised partly in a lot or
section if the building in which it is contained stands partly on the lot or section; and where a tenement is so deemed to
be comprised partly in a lot or section, there shall be included for the purpose of determining the rateable value of the
lot or section only that proportion of the rateable value in the list declared under section 13 of the Rating Ordinance
(Cap 116) or the interim valuation of the tenement as the area of the lot or section bears to the area of all the lots or
sections on which the building stands. (Added 56 of 1978 s. 2)

(4) The reference in this Ordinance to the rateable value of a tenement as set out on the relevant day in the list
declared under section 13 of the Rating Ordinance (Cap 116) includes a reference to the rateable value of any
tenement ascertained pursuant to subsection (6) and the rateable value provided for by subsection (7).



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(5) The reference in this Ordinance to the rateable value or the interim valuation of a tenement made by the
Commissioner under the Rating Ordinance (Cap 116) is, in a case where such rateable value or such interim valuation
is varied on appeal under section 42 of that Ordinance, a reference to such rateable value or such interim valuation as
so varied.

(6) Where no rateable value of a tenement has been ascertained under the Rating Ordinance (Cap 116) whether
by reason of the exemption of such tenement from assessment to rates or otherwise, the Commissioner shall if
required by the Director ascertain the rateable value thereof as if the same were assessable to rates under that
Ordinance.

(7) Where on the relevant day no rates are payable under the Rating Ordinance (Cap 116) in relation to a
tenement, otherwise than by reason of any exemption under section 36 of that Ordinance, the rateable value for the
purposes of this section, of the lot or section comprising such tenement shall be- (Amended 56 of 1978 s. 2)

(a) the rateable value of the tenement of which the land comprised in such lot or section formed part as
last ascertained by the Commissioner for rating purposes; or

(b) the aggregate of the rateable values of-
(i) such tenements; or
(ii) the tenements which included any interest in such land;or
(iii) both the tenements referred to in sub-paragraph (i) and those referred to in sub-paragraph (ii),
as last ascertained by the Commissioner for rating purposes.

(8) There shall be added to the new Government rent determined in accordance with subsection (1) such
amount as may be necessary to make the same an even number of dollars. (Amended 29 of 1998 s. 21)

(9) Where the person or all of the persons, if more than one, entitled to exercise the right of renewal contained
in a renewable Government lease paid or agreed in writing with the Director to pay the new Government rent of a lot
or section in an amount exceeding that which is specified in subsection (1) the new Government rent of the lot or
section shall be- (Amended 29 of 1998 s. 21)

(a) for the period from the expiration of the renewable Government lease to the 30 June 1973 the amount
so paid or agreed to be paid; and

(b) for the period from the 1 July 1973 to the expiration of the term of the new Government lease the
amount specified in subsection (1). (Amended 29 of 1998 s. 21; 3 of 2000 s. 3)


Section: 10 New Government rent to be noted in register in Land

Registry
L.N. 307 of 1998 04/09/1998



(1) As soon as practicable after a new Government lease of a lot or section is deemed to be granted under this
Ordinance-

(a) the Director shall notify the Land Registrar of the amount of the new Government rent payable in
respect of the lot or section; and

(b) the Land Registrar shall cause the amount of the new Government rent payable in respect of the lot or
section to be noted in the register of such lot or section kept in the Land Registry.

(2) As soon as practicable after the making by the Commissioner after the relevant day of an interim valuation
of any tenement which results in an increase in the new Government rent payable in respect of a lot or section-

(a) the Director shall notify the Land Registrar of the increased new Government rent; and
(b) the Land Registrar shall cause the amount of the new Government rent noted in the register of such lot

or section kept in the Land Registry to be deleted and shall cause the increased new Government rent
to be noted therein. (Amended L.N. 307 of 1998)

(Amended 8 of 1993 ss. 2 & 3; 29 of 1998 s. 105)

Section: 11 Correction of clerical or arithmetical errors 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18 & 105


(1) The Director may at any time correct clerical or arithmetical errors in a determination of the new
Government rent payable in respect of a lot or section under section 9, and if he makes such a correction he shall
notify the Land Registrar thereof.

(2) The Land Registrar on being notified by the Director of a correction under subsection (1) shall accordingly



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rectify the amount of the new Government rent shown in the register of the lot or section kept in the Land Registry.
(Amended 8 of 1993 ss. 2 & 3; 29 of 1998 s. 105)


Section: 12 Evidence of renewal 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18 & 105


The entry for the time being in the register in the Land Registry of the amount of the new Government rent
payable in respect of a lot or section shall be conclusive evidence of the grant of the new Government lease of the lot
or section and of the new Government rent thereof.

(Amended 8 of 1993 s. 2; 29 of 1998 s. 105)

Section: 13 Collection of new Government rent 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18 & 105


(1) Without prejudice to section 8(b) the Government may in collecting the new Government rent payable in
respect of a lot or section demand from the person, whether owner, agent or occupier, who pays the rates in respect of
any tenement comprised in land held under a new Government lease an amount equal to- (Amended 56 of 1978 s. 3;
29 of 1998 s. 105)

(a) 3 per cent of the rateable value of such tenement as set out on the relevant day in the list declared
under section 13 of the Rating Ordinance (Cap 116) and such sum as may be necessary to make the
same an even number of dollars; or

(b) 3 per cent of the interim valuation of such tenement made by the Commissioner under the Rating
Ordinance (Cap 116) and such sum as may be necessary to make the same an even number of dollars.

(2) The person on whom a demand under subsection (1) is made shall pay the sum so demanded within the
time specified in such demand.

(3) Where under this section any sum is paid by a person who is not an owner of the tenement in respect of
which the sum is paid under subsection (2), then the sum so paid shall be a debt due to that person from the owner of
the tenement and shall be recoverable as such from any rent or other moneys for the time being due by that person to
the owner. (Replaced 56 of 1978 s. 3)

(4) In this section "owner" (擁有人) in relation to a tenement means the person whose name is registered in
the Land Registry as that of the owner of the tenement or of any undivided share therein, and any person deriving title
from such person by virtue of an under-letting or otherwise. (Replaced 56 of 1978 s. 3. Amended 8 of 1993 s. 2)

Section: 14 Recovery of new Government rent 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18 & 105


(1) Without prejudice to any other remedy of the Government in respect of the default in payment of the new
Government rent any sum not paid in accordance with a demand under section 13 shall be recoverable as a debt due to
the Government. (Amended 29 of 1998 s. 105)

(2) Whenever any person makes default in payment of any sum demanded under section 13 the same may be
recovered by action in the District Court notwithstanding that the amount is in excess of the sum of $20000.

(3) In any proceedings under this section for the recovery of any sum demanded under section 13 the
production of a certificate signed by the Director stating the name and last known postal address of the person who is
liable to pay the same and particulars of the amount due shall be sufficient evidence of such amount and sufficient
authority for the District Court to give judgment therefor.

(4) In any proceedings in the District Court under this section the Director may appear in person or may be
represented either by a legal officer within the meaning of the Legal Officers Ordinance (Cap 87) or by any other
person authorized by him in writing.




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Part: III MISCELLANEOUS 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 s. 18

Section: 15 New Government leases subject to encumbrances and

interests
29 of 1998 01/07/1997



Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18 & 105


Every new Government lease and the land thereby deemed to be demised shall be deemed to be subject to such
of the following encumbrances and interests as the land and the renewable Government lease relating thereto were
subject to immediately before the expiration of the renewable Government lease- (Amended 29 of 1998 s. 105)

(a) any mortgage or charge, whether legal or equitable, and whether registered in the Land Registry or not;
(Amended 8 of 1993 s. 2)

(b) any public rights;
(c) any other rights, easements, tenancies or other burdens of whatsoever kind or nature, except-

(i) in the case of a covenant, a contrary intention is expressed; and
(ii) in the case of any other right, easement, tenancy or burden created by an instrument, it is not

expressed in that instrument to continue after the date of the expiration of the renewable
Government lease. (Amended 62 of 1984 s. 42; 29 of 1998 s. 105)


Section: 16 Government lease plan 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18 & 105


(1) If a plan of a lot held under a renewable Government lease is not annexed to the counterpart of the
Government lease kept in the Land Registry, or if the plan annexed thereto is, in the opinion of the Director,
inaccurate or inadequate to establish the location, position, or dimensions of the lot, the Director may cause the lot to
be surveyed and a plan thereof prepared.

(2) If a plan of a section of a lot held under a renewable Government lease is not registered in the Land
Registry, or if the plan so registered is, in the opinion of the Director, inaccurate or inadequate to establish the
location, position, or dimensions of the section, the Director may cause the section to be surveyed and a plan thereof
prepared.

(Amended 8 of 1993 s. 2; 29 of 1998 s. 105)

Section: 17 Completed plans to be open for inspection and method of

objection thereto
29 of 1998 01/07/1997



Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 s. 18


Upon completion under section 16 of the plan of a lot or section the Director shall cause a notice to be published
declaring-

(a) that the plan has been prepared and is available for inspection by the public;
(b) the place and times at which the plan may be so inspected; and
(c) that any person claiming to have an interest in any land comprised in the plan and who considers that

the plan is incorrect in any manner prejudicial to such interest may, within 60 days after the date of the
publication of the notice in the Gazette, serve upon the Director an application in writing, specifying
the nature of such interest and the manner in which such person considers the plan to be incorrect and
sufficient indication of the grounds for such consideration and requesting that the plan be corrected
accordingly.





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Section: 18 Approval of plan by Director 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 s. 18


(1) Upon the expiration of the period specified under section 17, the Director shall consider such applications
as may have been received by him pursuant to that section.

(2) After consideration of such applications, or where no such applications are received by him, the Director
may allow the plan to stand unamended or amend it in such manner as he thinks fit, and thereafter shall cause a notice
to be published approving the plan, either in the same form as that in which it was made available to the public under
section 17, or as amended in accordance with this subsection and specifying the manner in which the same has been
amended.

Section: 19 Application to District Court for amendment 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 s. 18


(1) Any person claiming to have an interest in any land comprised in the plan as approved under section 18(2)
and who considers that the plan is incorrect in any manner prejudicial to such interest may, within 30 days after the
publication under that section of the notice in the Gazette, apply to the District Court for an order directing the
Director to amend the plan in the manner specified in the application or in such other manner as the Court may think
just.

(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in the Crown Proceedings Ordinance (Cap 300), the Director shall be
named as defendant in any application made under subsection (1), and the Court may, of its own motion or on
application made to it, in addition cause to be joined as co-defendant any person who it appears may be affected by
any order which may be made directing the amendment of the plan.

(3) An application to the District Court under this section shall be instituted by an originating summons and
shall for all purposes relating to costs and fees be deemed to be an action in respect of which the value of the claim
exceeds $500 but does not exceed $2000.

Section: 20 District Court may order the amendment of plan 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 s. 18


Where an application is made under section 19, the District Court, having heard the representations of the parties
and any evidence adduced by them may, if it thinks fit, order the Director to amend the plan as approved under section
18(2), in such manner as the Court may think just.

Section: 21 Appeal to judge 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 s. 18


Any party to an application made under section 19 who is aggrieved by a decision of the District Court under
section 20 may appeal against such decision within 14 days after the making thereof to a judge, who may confirm,
reverse or vary the decision of the District Court, and the decision of the judge on any such appeal shall be final.

Section: 22 Plan as approved or amended to be delivered to Land

Registry
29 of 1998 01/07/1997



Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18 & 105




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The plan, as approved under section 18(2), or, if amended by order of the District Court or a judge, as so
amended after all applications and all appeals have been finally disposed of under sections 20 and 21, respectively,
shall be delivered by the Director to the Land Registrar who shall-

(a) in the case of a lot, cause the plan to be annexed to the counterpart of the renewable Government lease
of the lot kept in the Land Registry and cause the previous plan, if any, to be cancelled;

(b) in the case of a section, cause the plan to be registered in the Land Registry in respect of the section of
the lot to which the renewable Government lease relates, and cause the previous plan, if any, to be
cancelled.

(Amended 8 of 1993 ss. 2 & 3; 29 of 1998 s. 105)

Section: 23 Breaches of covenant in renewable Government lease 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18 & 105


(1) Nothing in this Ordinance shall be construed as a waiver by the Government of any of its rights in respect
of any breach of covenant in any renewable Government lease.

(2) Any breach of covenant of a renewable Government lease existing immediately before its expiration shall
be deemed to be a breach of covenant of the new Government lease and the Government may exercise its rights
(including the right of re-entry) in relation to the new Government lease in the same manner and to the same extent as
such rights could have been exercised or enforced before its expiration in relation to the renewable Government lease.

(Amended 29 of 1998 s. 105)

Schedule: SCHEDULE 29 of 1998 01/07/1997


Remarks:
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 29 of 1998 ss. 18 & 105


[sections 2 & 3]


Lot No. Section/Sub-section Date of Expiration of Government
Lease

(Amended 29 of 1998 s. 105)
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K.I.L. 954 s.A R.P.
K.I.L. 955


K.I.L. 956 s.A ss. 1
K.I.L. 956 s.A R.P.


K.I.L. 956 s.B
K.I.L. 956 R.P.


K.I.L. 957 s.A ss. 1 R.P.
K.I.L. 957 s.A ss. 2 R.P.


K.I.L. 957 s.A ss. 3 R.P.
K.I.L. 957 s.A ss. 4 R.P.


K.I.L. 957 s.A R.P.
K.I.L. 957 s.B ss. 1


K.I.L. 957 s.B R.P.
K.I.L. 957 s.C ss. 1


K.I.L. 957 s.C R.P.
K.I.L. 957 s.D ss. 1


K.I.L. 957 s.D R.P.
K.I.L. 957 s.E R.P.


K.I.L. 957 s.F



Cap 40 - GOVERNMENT LEASES ORDINANCE 11

K.I.L. 957 s.G ss. 1 R.P.


K.I.L. 957 s.G R.P.
K.I.L. 957 R.P.


K.I.L. 958 s.A ss. 1
K.I.L. 958 s.A R.P.

} 8.4.1972 K.I.L. 958 s.B ss. 1
K.I.L. 958 s.B R.P.


K.I.L. 958 s.C
K.I.L. 958 s.D


K.I.L. 958 s.E
K.I.L. 958 R.P.


K.I.L. 959 s.A ss. 1 s. A
K.I.L. 959 s.A ss. 1 R.P.


K.I.L. 959 s.A ss. 2
K.I.L. 959 s.A ss. 3


K.I.L. 959 s.A ss. 4
K.I.L. 959 s.A R.P.


K.I.L. 959 s.B R.P.
K.I.L. 959 R.P.


K.I.L. 960 s.A ss. 1
K.I.L. 960 s.A ss. 2 R.P.


K.I.L. 960 s.A R.P.
K.I.L. 960 s.A ss. 3 R.P.


K.I.L. 960 s.A ss. 4
K.I.L. 960 s.B R.P.


K.I.L. 960 s.C R.P.
K.I.L. 960 R.P.


K.I.L. 961 R.P.
K.I.L. 962 s.A R.P.


K.I.L. 962 R.P.
K.I.L. 963 s.A


K.I.L. 963 R.P.
K.I.L. 964 s.A ss. 1


K.I.L. 964 s.A ss. 2 s.A



Cap 40 - GOVERNMENT LEASES ORDINANCE 12

K.I.L. 964 s.A ss. 2 R.P.


K.I.L. 964 s.A ss. 3
K.I.L. 964 s.A R.P.


K.I.L. 964 R.P.
K.I.L. 966 R.P.


K.I.L. 967 s.A R.P.
K.I.L. 967 R.P.


K.I.L. 968 R.P.
K.I.L. 970 R.P.


K.I.L. 973 s.A
K.I.L. 973 R.P.


K.I.L. 975 s.A
K.I.L. 975 R.P.


K.I.L. 1165 s.B
K.I.L. 1165 s.C


K.I.L. 1165 s.D 8.4.1972
K.I.L. 1165 s.E


K.I.L. 1165 s.G
K.I.L. 1165 s.H


K.I.L. 1165 s.I
K.I.L. 1165 s.J R.P.


K.I.L. 1165 s.K R.P.
K.I.L. 1165 R.P.


K.I.L. 1166 s.A ss. 1
K.I.L. 1166 s.A R.P.


K.I.L. 1166 s.B
K.I.L. 1166 R.P.


K.I.L. 1167
K.I.L. 1168 s.B ss. 1 s. A


K.I.L. 1168 s.B ss. 1 R.P.
K.I.L. 1168 s.B R.P.


K.I.L. 1168 s.C
K.I.L. 1168 s.D





Cap 40 - GOVERNMENT LEASES ORDINANCE 13

K.I.L. 1168 R.P.
K.I.L. 1169 s.A R.P.


K.I.L. 1169 s.B
K.I.L. 1169 R.P.


K.I.L. 1356 R.P.
K.I.L. 1908 s.A R.P.


K.I.L. 1908 s.B
K.I.L. 1908 s.C


K.I.L. 1908 s.D R.P.

K.I.L. 1908 s.E R.P.


K.I.L. 1908 R.P.
K.I.L. 1929


K.I.L. 1930 s.A
K.I.L. 1930 s.B ss. 1


K.I.L. 1930 s.B R.P.
K.I.L. 1930 R.P.


K.I.L. 2106 R.P.
K.I.L. 2106 s.A R.P.


K.I.L. 2425 s.A
K.I.L. 2425 s.B


K.I.L. 2425 s.C
K.I.L. 2425 s.D


K.I.L. 2425 s.E
K.I.L. 2425 R.P.


K.I.L. 2426
K.I.L. 2427


K.I.L. 2428
K.I.L. 2429


K.I.L. 2430
K.I.L. 3088 R.P.

} 8.4.1972 K.I.L. 3089
K.I.L. 3090


K.I.L. 3091



Cap 40 - GOVERNMENT LEASES ORDINANCE 14

K.I.L. 3092


K.I.L. 3093
K.I.L. 3094


K.I.L. 3095 R.P.
K.I.L. 3096 R.P.


K.I.L. 3097 s.A.
K.I.L. 3097 R.P.


K.I.L. 3098
K.I.L. 3099 s.A ss. 1


K.I.L. 3099 s.A ss. 2
K.I.L. 3099 s.A R.P.


K.I.L. 3099 s.B
K.I.L. 3099 R.P.


K.I.L. 3137 s.A R.P.
K.I.L. 3137 R.P.


K.I.L. 9454
K.I.L. 9476


K.M.L. 40 s.A & Extension
K.M.L. 40 s.B


K.M.L. 40 s.C
K.M.L. 40 s.D


K.M.L. 40 s.E
K.M.L. 40 s.F ss. 1


K.M.L. 40 s.F R.P. 14.9.1972
K.M.L. 40 s.G ss. 1


K.M.L. 40 s.G R.P.
K.M.L. 40 s.H


K.M.L. 40 s.I
K.M.L. 40 s.J


K.M.L. 40 R.P.

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