Regulation on supervision over the elaboration of the forestry fundamentals. | Land Portal
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June 2009
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This Regulation hereby prescribes the mandatory supervision rules, aimed at the control over the execution of the preparation of forest-economic documents or plans (for private and state owned forests).Forest-economic planning documents are projects assignment for the preparation of the forest-economic basis, including the classification of forests and forest land in ecological-productive terms, with the aim of determining the technical objectives of forest management (such as creation of spatial units, the marking of their boundaries in the field, the recording of boundaries and their mapping, and the determination of the surface of these units/forest land parcels).

Implements: Forest Law (Republic of Srpska). (2008-07-17)

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