The Second United Nations Regional Cartographic Conference for Africa held at Tunis in September 1966, the Niger in association with Madagascar; presented a resolution recommending that the ECA organize a seminar on cadastre. It was hoped that such a seminar would enable the Niger to become acquainted with and compare the latest methods used by certain African countries and possibly to benefit from their experience in establishing a cadastre in the Niger.
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Library ResourceConference Papers & ReportsJanuary, 1972Ethiopia, Africa
Library ResourceLegislationDecember, 2006Zimbabwe
This Act concerns measures to prevent and correct unlawful occupancy of gazetted land and related matters. "Gazetted land" is agricultural land required for resettlement purposes. “Resettlement land” means land identified as resettlement land under the Rural District Councils Act. Persons unlawfully holding, using or occupying gazetted land shall cease to do so in accordance with this Act and may be awarded compensation for improvements effected on the land before its acquisition.
Library ResourceRegulationsJanuary, 2005Kenya
These Rules amend the Registered Land Rules in the Third Schedule. The Third Schedule prescribes forms for purposes of the Registered Land Act. Form R.L. 2 is amended by deleting the attestation clause and substituting therefore a new clause. This form concerns the transfer of a lease.
Amends: Registered Land Rules (Cap. 300). (2012)
Library ResourceLegislationMay, 2017Mauritius
This Act amends the Shooting and Fishing Leases Act by replacing section 18. That section grants power to the Minister to make regulations for the purposes of this Act, and, in particular, but without prejudice to the generality of that power, may make regulations – (a) for the levying of charges and the taking of fees; (b) amending the Schedule. Regulations made under this section may provide that any person who contravenes them shall commit an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding 20,000 rupees and to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year.
Library ResourceRegulationsApril, 2016Rwanda
Le présent arrêté fixe la gestion et l’utilisation des terres en Zone Économique Spéciale (SEZ), définies comme Zone géographique délimitée, sécurisée physiquement, administrée par un seul organe et offrant des conditions favorables à l’investissement portant notamment sur la mise en place d’une réglementation économique plus libérale et plus simplifiée permettant aux entreprises de s’y établir et d’y opérer.
Library ResourceLegislationNovember, 2011Ethiopia
This Proclamation provides for the lease of urban land. “Urban land” means land located within an administrative boundary of an urban center; “urban center” means any locality having a municipal administration or a population size of 2000 or more inhabitants of which at least 50% of its labor force is engaged in non-agricultural activities. This Proclamation shall be applicable to all urban centers with in Ethiopia with regard to urban land.
Library ResourceRegulationsDecember, 2017Kenya
These Regulations of the Cabinet Secretary implement provisions of the Land Registration Act in respect of the organization and administration of land registries, the procedures for the registration of land, and related matters. The land register referred to under section 7 of the Act shall contain (a) the property section; (b) the proprietorship section; and (c) the encumbrance section. The Regulations set out the content of each section and also of the proprietorship section of a register that pertains to community land.
Library ResourceRegulationsNovember, 2017Kenya
These Rules of the National Land Commission implement provisions of the Land Registration Act in respect of expiry and renewal of leases. In order to determine whether to grant or decline to grant an extension, the Cabinet Secretary or the County Executive Committee Member responsible for matters relating to land of the respective county government shall consider various conditions.
Library ResourceNational PoliciesJanuary, 2002Malawi
The goal of the National Land Policy in Malawi is to ensure tenure security and equitable access to land, to facilitate the attainment of social harmony and broad based social and economic development through optimum and ecologically balanced use of land and land based resources.A number of specific land policy objectives have to be satisfied in order to achieve the overall goal, particularly: a) Promote tenure reforms that guarantee security and instill confidence and fairness in all land transactions: Guarantee secure tenure and equitable access to land without any gender bias and/or disc
Library ResourceLegislationJanuary, 2017Malawi
The Act makes amendments of miscellaneous character to the Registered Land Act consequential to the enactment of the Customary land Act, 2016 and the Land Act, 2016. Amendments concern, among other things, land survey and registration bodies, registration of customary estate or lease of customary land, charges, and acquisition of easements and profits by prescription in respect of customary land.
Amends: Registered Land Act (Cap. 58:01). (1981)
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