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The Land Commission was set up under Gladstones Second Land Act of 1881. Its purpose was to fix fair rents where disputes existed between landlords and tenants. Under later land purchase acts, Land Commission activity involved facilitating the transfer of land from landlord to tenant. The Land Commission also took over the powers and records of other state bodies, and over the years was given additional functions to perform.
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