This Protocol sets up Interstate council on natural and technological disasters performing the following functions: (a) assistance in organization of cooperation between the Parties in the sphere of prevention of natural and technological disasters and mitigation of the consequences thereof; and (b) drafting recommendations for improvement of legislation related to prevention of natural and tec
The Parties have agreed to carry out cooperation in the following forms: (a) topographic, geodetic, cartographic and geoinformation activity; (b) publishing of maps, charts and other publications; (c) creation of databases on territory and land areas; (d) exchange of information; (e) joint research and development activity; (f) land use planning; and (g) exchange of experts.
The President, for the purpose of more efficient use of agricultural land and simplification of taxation decrees to introduce from 1 January 1999 single land tax for all the producers of agricultural commodities. The payers of single land tax shall be: (a) agricultural cooperatives (shirkats), farms and other producers of agricultural commodities except for dehkan farms.
This Ministerial Decree regulates the cadastral division of the territory of Uzbekistan and attribution of cadastral numbers to plots of land in the registration process. The purpose of cadastral division is to create identifiable parcels of land. The basic unit of cadastral division and land registration shall be a plot of land.
The Parties have agreed to cooperate in the following spheres: (a) integration of early warning systems and emergency intervention systems; (b) joint participation in the international organizations and programs; (c) liability of each Party for the outbreak and consequences of disasters; (d) prevention of the outbreak of disasters; and (e) autonomous decision-making at the national level.
This Decree establishes the modalities of land-use planning in urban areas. It includes also afforestation in urban areas. Land-use planning in urban areas shall be exclusive competence of the local self-government that must ensure organization and implementation of land-use planning in accordance with sanitary norms and regulations.
Land is the public property and it shall not be liable to sale, exchange, donation, mortgage except for cases envisaged by the national legislation. Legal persons can manage land parcels on condition of land usufruct, permanent use, temporary use, and lease, while natural persons can manage land parcels on condition of lifelong hereditary land tenure, temporary land tenure and lease.
This Joint Decree establishes the modalities for the calculation and payment of land taxes based on allocations, regardless of actual use. Legal and natural persons that have received allocations of agricultural land on condition of lease shall pay rent to the state budget instead of paying a land tax.
The President establishes that the grounds for initiation of legal and administrative proceedings shall be the following facts: (a) violation of terms and conditions of land lease contracts and, in particular, non-purposeful use of agricultural land; (b) sowing of plant species non-envisaged by contract; (c) unsustainable management of agricultural land; (d) systematic (for three years) non-com
This Law sets forth legal grounds for setting up, functioning, reorganization and liquidation of agricultural cooperatives (shirkats), regulates the rights and the duties thereof, and also the interrelations with other legal and natural persons.