Ministerial Decree No. 252 validating the Regulation on management of water fund land. | Land Portal

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This Ministerial Decree establishes that water fund land shall be considered public land occupied by waterbodies (rivers, lakes, water reservoirs, channels, waterworks) and also land along shoreline of waterbodies and water conservation zones. Water fund land shall be used for rational use, conservation and improvement of water resources. Water fund land shall be allotted for open-ended or temporary (for the period from 5 to 10 years) tenancy by decision of local administration or government. Right of use of water fund land can be stopped in the following cases: (a) voluntary renouncement of the plot of land; (b) expiration of the period of tenancy; (c) expropriation of the plot of land for other purposes; (d) infringement of environmental protection requirements related to management of land and water; (e) non-purposeful use of land and water; and (f) continuous non-payment of land tax.

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Gnetii, Vsevolod (CONSLEGB)


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