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.
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
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.
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.
This Decree requires producers of agricultural commodities to pay a single land tax in place of all other taxes (except import taxes). They shall continue to pay state dues and licensing fees. Forest management, fishing and hunting enterprises shall not be considered producers of agricultural commodities for the purposes of this Decree.
This Decree establishes the modalities of compensation of damages to natural and legal persons for expropriation of land plots for state and public needs. Expropriation of land plots shall be performed by local government in case of consent by land owner or by coordination with land tenant or lease holder. In case of lack of the aforesaid consent expropriation can be appealed in court.
The purpose of this Law shall be to regulate of the relations originating from the application of mortgage of immovable property. Mortgage shall be classified in two types: (a) mortgage by contract (contractual mortgage); and (b) mortgage by law (legislative mortgage).
This Law sets forth legal grounds for setting up, functioning, reorganization and liquidation of peasant farms, regulates the rights and the duties thereof, and also the interrelations with other legal and natural persons.
This Ministerial Decree establishes the modalities for licensing geodetic and cartographic activities carried out by legal persons. Such licences shall be model (simple) and be valid for five years.