Article 2 of the Agreement indicates the geographical co-ordinates which form, in accordance with article 1, the boundary which divides the territory of Yemen on the one side and that of Oman on the other side. A Joint Technical Commission shall be established for survey purposes (art. 4). Exploitation of common natural resources shall be subject to further agreement (art. 6).
This Decree consisting of 31 articles divided in V Sections aims at regulating land ownership in Oman and guarantying lands rights to the Omani population. It states that all land in the country is the property of the State, unless specified otherwise. The Law permits Omani nationals to enjoy the benefits of owning land on freehold and leasehold bases.
This Decree issues the Law on Conservation of the Environment and Prevention of Pollution and specifies the responsibilities of the Minister of Regional Municipalities, Environment and Water Resources.The Law is composed of 3 Chapters divided into 43 articles: Definitions and general provisions (I); Rules and principles to ensure safety of the Omani Environment (II); Penalties (III).The attache
This Royal Decree is composed of 5 articles. Existing and future pipelines are to be surrounded by an inviolable buffer zone 20 metres wide measured from the centre of the pipe. The Ministry of Oil and Gas is to define these inviolable rights of way in coordination with the Supreme Council for Town planning (art. 1). Public service projects are to respect these rights of way.
This Royal Decree is composed of 4 articles and an attached memorandum. Public utility projects are to recognize oil and gas pipeline projects defined in the attached memorandum and maps, as well as the associated machinery, equipment and joints used in the transport of oil and gas along the pipeline (art. 1).
This Decree amends the Expropriation Act for Public Interest issued by Royal Decree No. 64/78. These amendments, stated in an annexed paper, relate to articles 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 12.The amendments concern mainly the competent authorities of reference.
This Decree issues the Law on Expropriation of Ownership for Public Interest.The Decree is divided in three Chapters: Expropriation of property (I); Temporary seizure of real property (II); General provisions (III).Chapter I sets out rules and procedures for the expropriation of ownership by the competent authority. It also lists the complaint and compensation procedures.
This Ministerial Decision is composed of 10 articles. Coastal setbacks are defined as verges free of construction development along the Omani Coast (art. 1). Setback limits along the coasts are measured from the mean high water mark (art. 5).