Regulation of the Law on Assignment and Reclamation of Lands in Islamic Republic of Iran. | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

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May 1980
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The present Regulation enforces the Law on Assignment and Reclamation of Lands in the Islamic Republic of Iran’. In particular, all lands in possession of the government and natural resources land is transferable except for grasslands, forests, national parks and lands of nomad’s migration. The Committee may transfer the lands which are abandoned for five years without any reasonable justification. The Regulation consists of 33 articles, sub-divided into 6 Chapters; Definitions (I); Different Types of Lands (II); Structure and Responsibilities of the Committees (III); Conditions of Lands’ Transfer (IV); Priorities (V); Miscellaneous Provisions (VI).

Implements: Law on Assignment and Reclamation of Lands in Islamic Republic of Iran. (1979-10-16)

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