Regulation laying down detailed rules on the purchase, by managers of the National Forests organizational units, of forests, lands designated for afforestation and other immovables being a property of individuals and legal persons. | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

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This Regulation of the Minister of Environment Protection, Natural Resources and Forestry is composed of four paragraphs. A forest or land designated for afforestation can be purchased in the following cases: the forest or land is directly adjacent to lands managed by the National Forests; there is no common ownership; the field forest border has been regulated. Other immovables can be purchased as long as it is justified by needs of forest management run by organizational units.

Implements: Forest Act 1991. (1991-09-28)

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